Walaa F. Alsanie
department of internal medicine
Mr. Walaa Alsanie is a scientist at The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, (The University of Melbourne, Australia) where he is currently finishing his PhD. He is a lecturer in the department of internal medicine at the faculty of medicine, and a researcher at Taif Stem Cell Research Institute, Taif University, Saudi Arabia. Mr Alsanie received his Masters degree with distinction in Laboratory Medicine from RMIT University, Australia. Mr Alsanie completed his Bachelor degree in Laboratory Medicine at the faculty of Medicine, Um-âAlqura University, Saudi Arabia. Mr. Alsanie has authored several publications in various journals. His publications reflect his research interests in pluripotent stem cells differentiation towards different neural lineages, for the purpose of transplantation, disease modeling and drug testing. Mr. Alsanie is a member in the Australasian Neuroscience Society and Stem Cells Australia. He was awarded by The Golden Key International Honour Society.
Mr. Alsanie research focuses on investigating the potential of pluripotent stem cell based therapies in different neurological disorders, such as Parkinson disease and spinal cord injury.