Actively looking for a job

Aseel Alsantely

Aseel Alsantely

Graduate Student ResearcherKing Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)

Biological SciencesKAUST

Riyadh Riyadh Province, Saudi Arabia


Hi, I'm Aseel Alsantely!

Graduate Student Researcher at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)

No social links added


    Biological Sciences

    Biological Sciences

    Doctorate ·Graduating in 2023·KAUST
    Biological Sciences

    Biological Sciences

    Master's·Graduated in 2021·KAUST

    Life and Earth Sciences

    Bachelor's·Graduated in 2019·Alfaisal University


    Graduate Student Researcher at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)

    February · 2021 - Present

    Develop a population genetic study for rice species in the Americas, including Oryza glumipatula, Oryza alta, Oryza grandiglumis, and Oryza latifolia. This is performed by sequencing contemporary specimens collected in the Americas and herbarium spec...See more

    Graduate Student Researcher at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)

    January · 2020 - January · 2021

    Assembled two high-quality reference genomes for polyploid CCDD rice genomes, Oryza grandiglumis and Oryza latifolia, where individual sub-genomes were differentiated, and their evolutionary changes

    Trainee at Genetics Department, King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center

    September · 2018 - October · 2018

    A training session focuses on the following: 1. collecting infant blood samples for the newborn genetic disease screening analysis, 2. recording the number of samples collected and identified suspected diseases ...See more

    Undergraduate Researcher at College of Science and General studies, Alfaisal University

    August · 2018 - May · 2019

    Developed a possible approach for colorectal cancer (CRC) therapy through combination therapy of 5 fluoro-pyrimidynes (5FU) and Super Paramagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles (SPIONs). CRC cells underwent a continuous cell culture and Bradford Assay was...See more

    Visiting Student at GeoEngineering Laboratory, Petroleum Engineering Research Center, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)

    May · 2018 - June · 2018

    Two lab experiments were carried out: relaxation in porous media and the influence of brine on the settlement of sediments. The outcome of both labs supported the evaluation of water content and that the brine addition to sediments contributes to a f...See more


    Heat Shock Proteins in Human Diseases pp 53–78

    Second author

    Thermal therapy (hyperthermia) holds a promising treatment for tumor-affected patients particularly those with surgery intolerance. Recent advances and clinical trials for therapeutic purposes of heat shock proteins (Hsp) inhibitors and the astonishing progress in the field of nanotechnology pave the way for novel strategies for combined and effective treatment and targeting of the tumor cells. In here, we highlight the history of hyperthermia, as a therapeutic tool for tumors, and provide the state-of-the-art regarding the promising synergism between hyperthermia, HSP modulation and the targeted nanoparticles for tumor cell targeted therapy

    Assembly of Two CCDD Rice Genomes

    First author

    Assembly of Two CCDD Rice Genomes, Oryza grandiglumis and Oryza latifolia, and the Study of Their Evolutionary Changes [Thesis].





    Microsoft Office


    Genome Analysis

    Gene Mapping

    Gene Expression Studies

    R Language


    Data Analysis

    Mac OS X




    Team Problem Solving

    Problem Solving




    Negotiation Skills


    • Business & Consulting
    • Education
    • Sciences

    Localized connects university students and recent graduates with industry experts and employers.

    Download appiOS mobile appAndroid mobile app


    ©2023 Localized, Inc. All rights reserved.