The Research Centre Launches Al-Razi Training Program for Male and Female Students

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04

July

The Research Centre at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre launched the ninth session of Al-Razi Training Program for male and female scientific students attracting 30 students.

 

Dr. Ali bin Nasser Al-Odaib, the supervisor of the program, explained that the four-weeks training program includes scientific lectures and workshops as well as practical training in the laboratories under the supervision of the scientists at the Research Centre. The program aims to train male and female students to some practical skills and to coexist in the actual workplace from a scientific and research prospective. It also offers students a chance to show their technical skills and opens up channels of cooperation between the academic institutions and the Research Centre. Dr. Al-Odaib has also pointed out that Al-Razi Training Program will offer students accredited certifications from the Research Centre stating the training program period and its type.

 

Dr. Al-Odaib added that Al-Razi Training Program is one of the summer programs organized by the Research Centre for this year. The summer programs also include the Future Scientists Training Program, which targets high school students, Ibn Sina Training Program and Mawhiba Training Program in collaboration with King Abdulaziz and His Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity. Dr. Al-Odaib also mentioned that these efforts are in line with the objectives of King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre, which strive towards a society that promotes youth responsibility, prepares a better future for the young people and offers different opportunities in the fields of medical science, research and what goes in line with the advancement of science and civilization.