Name: Neda Bogari

Birthday: March 27th

Nationality: Saudi

Place of Brith Makkah

CV Dr Bogari 28 Dec20 RDICC.pdf

Medical Genetics Department

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PhD Human Genetics

from University of Southampton


Cardiovascular Genetics, Project: A study of the relationship between ABCA1 genes polymorphisms, plasma lipid levels and risk of atherosclerosis


BSc , Medical Sciences,    Umm Al-Qura University 2001

PhD, University of Southampton  2008

Doctor Neda Mustafa Bogari is a Professor of Human Genetics  and was the Associate Dean (syntefic chair) in the Institute of Consulting Research and Studies at Umm Al-Qura University.

Neda Bogari graduated with a B.Sc. in College of Applied Medical Sciences 

From Umm Al-Qura University, Makkah, Saudi Arabia in 2002. He undertook research based at the University of Southampton into the genetic basis of cardiovascular graduating with a Ph.D. University of Southampton in 2008.

In 2009, Dr Bogari returned to Umm Al-Qura University as an assistant Professor of genetics and continued his research into genetics. He is now an associated professor with a large Group of researchers, national and international. The research Group undertakes a number of research projects into the early life origins of cardiovascular, allergic, epileptic, kidney injury and other conditions with a particular focus on the interaction between the environment in early life and genetic and epigenetic factors in determining susceptibility. Much of the group's work builds on the unique. 

Dr Bogari was appointed to Vice-Dean of Institute of Consulting Research and studies for scientific chairs at Umm Al-Qura University, Makkah, Saudi Arabia 2012 to 2014. As well as his on-going research, he contributes to Molecular Genetics teaching as part of the Bachelor of Medicine program and Molecular biology of third Year of the Bachelor of  College of Pharmacy and Basics of Human Genetics Course of the Joint First Year.

He has published over 30 papers and ebooks within the field of genetics and genomics.

Some populations, especially Arabs and particularly Saudi Arabia, have substantially greater genetic diseases than non-Arabs duet he studied several Monogenic Disorders like SMN, and different multifactactorial diseases.