Research & Scholars

KSAU prides itself in assisting Faculty and Students with many research opportunities and support in conducting novel and state of the art research trials. We realize that cutting edge research benefits the society and promotes advances in the health education sectors. Moreover, the King Abdullah International Medical Research Center (KAIMRC) serves as a focal point supporting research in the University, facilitating the advancement of biomedical and clinical research, and knowledge into practical solutions to support community health.


About the Office of Research​​

Welcome to the KSAU-HS Office of Research. Under leadership of the Associate Dean, Dr. Al-Dubayee, the Office of Research has a primary responsibility to enable and enhance local scientific research. Conducting and publishing high-impact research is essential to achieving goals set under Saudi Vision 2030, and helping to transform the Kingdom into a knowledge-based economy. We encourage and support research that addresses preventive, diagnostic, and therapeutic healthcare services and enables our nation's decision-makers to address public health concerns more accurately, in accordance with the University's ongoing commitment to fulfilling Saudi Vision 2030 as it sets a clear direction for improving access to quality healthcare. ​


Office​ of Research Mission Statement​



To achieve global leadership in health professions education with commitment to excellence in research through empowering healthcare academics and researchers to contribute to global academia and science by addressing their specific scholarly needs through training and individual support.  


The KSAU-HS  Office of Research provides high-quality healt​h-related research and community services. It aims to establish an international research office at the forefront of world-class quality of life and health outcomes research in Saudi Arabia and worldwide. In addition, it will strive to promote communication and engagement between the KSAU-HS research community, the public and policymakers. This, in turn, will lead to the transformation of research findings to real-world improvements in quality of life and health outcomes regionally and globally. ​