Conclusion of Al-Razi & Future Scientists Programs Events at “KFSH&RC”





The Events of the ninth session of Al-Razi Training Program for students of scientific disciplines in universities, and the seventeenth session of Future Scientists Training Program for students of the scientific section of the secondary stage were concluded at the Research Center of King Faisal Specialist Hospital in Riyadh.

Dr. Ali bin Nasser Al-Odaib, Chief Research Scientist at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and supervisor of the Al-Razi Training Program has handed over the center's accreditation certificates, inclusive of the period of program and the type of training to 30 trainees.

During the honoring ceremony, Dr. Al-Odaib reviewed the activities of the Al-Razi Program that lasted for four weeks and included scientific lectures and workshops. In addition to practical training at 17 laboratories under the supervision of scientists and specialists from the Research Center, pointing out that the program aims to open channels of cooperation between the academic entities and the Research Center of King Faisal Specialist Hospital, and enables students to actually coexist in the research and scientific work environment, in addition to training them on practical skills and giving them the opportunity to demonstrate their technical skills.

In the same context, Mr. Abdulrahman Alahow, the Director of the Future Scientists Program at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center honored the 17 students who were enrolled in the Future Scientists Program during the period from July 7, 2017 to July 27, 2017, pointing out that the program accommodated, in its seventeenth session, 14 male trainees and 3 female trainees from the scientific section of the secondary stage, who are distinguished for their academic excellence and scientific capabilities. The trainees were distributed to various laboratories in the Research Center aiming to develop their skills in logical thinking and scientific research so that they can identify their scientific capabilities and plan for their future.

Mr. Alahow added that the Research Center continues to follow up the students participating in the program after finishing their study in secondary stage and joining the university, and allows them to continue training and conduct experiments and researches, in addition to attracting excellent students among them to work in the Center after graduation, indicating that the program has contributed to the training of 252 students during the previous sessions.

The honoring ceremony was attended by a number of parents of students who expressed their happiness that their sons and daughters have received a high level of training.