Since the first year of medical school, Noura alsubaie developed an interest in research, leading her to be involved in 10 research projects of which three have been published during her undergraduate program.
As students' representative at the Riyadh Campus College of Medicine Community Services Sub-Committee, Noura Alsubaie was part of enhancing extracellular activities and was involved in many of them. She led more than five campaigns to raise awareness towards medical conditions in the society and was involved in 20 projects, from being an organizer, speaker to content writing; she enjoyed spreading awareness and fulfilling her role as a future health advocate.
Her multiple talents, matched only by her dedication & sense of social responsibility, made her successfully integrate her medical education and computer skills with community building. This is exemplified in her use of her programming skills. She, and her colleagues, presented a Programming Academy Course for an entire semester for university students to teach those future health practitioners how to integrate programming in a health field setting; this was also effective in her role as leader of Information Technology in “Let us talk medicine”, an educational website that aids health profession students during their academic journey.