• Monday 22 October 2018
  • 10:33 PM

 Mohammed Khalid Alabdulaali

 • Consultant Hematologist. • Honorary Assistant Clinical Professor  • Admin:Chief Executive Officer ,Director of Clinical Audit Administration • Member, Clinical Audit Program Advisory Committee, Ministry of Health.

Contact Information

Email Address:


Work Instituation:

 King Fahad Hospital, Hofuf, Ministry of Health







- Medical Doctor Degree 2000
College of Medicine, King Faisal University, Dammam, Saudi Arabia
- Masters in Public Health: the evidence-based approach 2004
The University of Manchester, United Kingdom
- King Saud University Fellowship Program for Pathology 2009
Hematology and Blood Transfusion
KKUH, College of Medicine, King Saud University Hospital, Riyadh, KSA
- International Fellowship of the College of American Pathologists 2010
The College of American Pathologists, USA.
- Master of Science in Healthcare Administration 2013
University of Alabama at Birmingham

Research Area of Interest


Currently my interests in the field of Hematology/Hematopathology are:
• Hematopoietic and lymphoid malignancies.
• Molecular hematology.
• Red cell disorders.
I am also interested in clinical auditing, health care management and quality improvement.



Bibliography and Research:
Peer review articles: (15)
Manuscript in preparation and ongoing research projects: (11)
Abstracts, posters and slide presentations: (14)
Participation in selecting, designing and/or reviewing graduation and Master Degree studies: (5)
Short notes and communications (17)
Educational releases in Arabic language: (7)

Peer review articles:
1.Bukhary Fatmah ES, Alabdulaali Mohammed K., Elkady Ahmed Y., Almasaud AS. Acute Chest Syndrome in Sickle Cell Disease, Study of Clinical and Laboratory Parameters That May Predict Prevalence and Pathogenesis. The Egyptian Journal of Internal Medicine 2003; 15(3):593-602.
2.V. De Sanctis., et al (Mohammed K. Alabdulaali). Prevalence of endocrine complications in B-thalassaemia patients (multi central study). Organo ufficiale della Società per lo Studio delle Talassemie ed Emoglobinopatie - SO.S.T.E. journal - Volume 3, numero 4 - Aprile 2004
3.De Sanctis V, Eleftheriou A, Malaventura C; Thalassaemia International Federation Study Group (Mohammed K. Alabdulaali). Growth and Endocrine Complications in Thalassaemia. Prevalence of endocrine complications and short stature in patients with thalassaemia major: a multicenter study by the Thalassaemia International Federation (TIF). Pediatr Endocrinol Rev. 2004 Dec;2 Suppl 2:249-255. PMID: 16462705.
4.M. K. Alabdulaali. Sickle cell disease patients in Eastern province of Saudi Arabia suffer less sever acute chest syndrome than patients with African haplotypes. Annals of thorasic medicine 2007; 2(4):158-162. PMID: 19727367.
5.Alabdulaali M. K, Alayed K. M. Endocrinopathies in Beta-thalassemia major in Saudi patients in Hofuf area. Journal of Community Medicine 2008; 4(1):26-31.
6.Alabdulaali Mohammed K., Bukhary Fatmah ES, Elkady Ahmed Y., Alkhamis Fahad A. Acute Chest Syndrome of Sickle Cell Disease, Clinical Features and Predicting Factors. Journal of Community Medicine 2008; 4(2):10-16.
7.Alabdulaali Mohammed K. The role of JAK2 abnormalities in hematologic neoplasms. Hematology Reviews 2009; 1(1),e10:56-61.
8.Alayed K. M., Alabdulaali M. K., Alkhairy K. S., Elnour S., Alhajjaj A. Aggressive Systemic Mastocytosis with Charcot-Leyden Crystals-associated Crystal Storing Histiocytosis in Bone Marrow. Pathology 2010; 42(1):85-87. PMID: 20025488
9.Alabdulaali M. K, Alayed K. M, Baltow B. A. Circulating mesothelial cells following multiple ribs fractures. Br J Haematol. 2010; 149(1):1. Epub 2009 Oct. PMID: 19814741.
10.Alabdulaali M. K, Alayed K. M, Alshaikh A. F, Almashhadani S. A. Prevalence of G6PD Deficiency and Sickle Cell Trait Among Blood Donors in Riyadh. Asian Journal of Transfusion Science 2010; 4(1):31-33. PMID: 20376264.
11.Alabdulaali M. K, Algahtani F. H. Evaluation of awareness on the role of elastic compression stocking in preventing post-thrombotic syndrome in patients in a tertiary hospital in Saudi Arabia. Saudi Med J 2011; 32(1):2-3.
12.Alsuliman A., Salam Maha, Alahmed Hijjy, Alabdulaali M. K. Chronic myelogenous lekaemia in sickle/beta0-thalassaemia. Indian J Pathol Microbiol. 2011; 54(3):597-8. PMID: 21934232.
13.Alsultan A, Ngo DA, Farrell JJ, Akinsheye I, Solovieff N, Ghabbour HA, Al-Ali A, Alsuliman A, Al-Baghshi M, Albu-Ali W, Alabdulaali M, Baldwin CT, Farrer LA, Luo H, Melista E, Safaya S, Nwaru M Jr, Chui DH, Steinberg MH. A functional promoter polymorphism of the δ-globin gene is a specific marker of the Arab-Indian haplotype. Am J Hematol. 2012 Aug;87(8):824-6. PMID: 22641479.
14.Alayed K. M., Alabdulaali M. K. Charcot-Leyden Crystals-associated Crystal Storing Histiocytosis. Review article. 
15.Sickle cell disease in Saudi Arabia: The phenotype in adults with Arab-Indian haplotype is not benign. By: Alsultan A., Alabdulaali M. K., Paula Griffin, Ahmed M. AlSuliman, Hazem A. Ghabbour, Paola Sebastiani, David H.K. Chui, Amein K. AlAli, Martin H. Steinberg.

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