H.E. Dr. Hanan Al Kuwari: The Qatar Biobank: background and methods.
Dr. Kawthar L Dhabani: Vitamin D Deficiency and the Risk of Metabolic Syndrome within the Qatar Biobank: A Cross-Sectional Study
Soha R Dargham: Prediabetes and diabetes in a cohort of Qatari women screened for polycystic ovary syndrome.
Soha R Dargham: The prevalence and Metabolic characteristics of polycystic ovary syndrome in the Qatari population.
Dr. Halima Bensamil: Harnessing Qatar Biobank to understand type 2 diabetes and obesity in adult Qataris from the First Qatar Biobank project.
Amna AL Ibrahim: Association between Soft Drink Consumption and Asthma among Qatari Adults
Dr. Asmaa Al-thani: Qatar Biobank Cohort Study: Study Design and First Results.
Dr. Hiba AL Bawadi: Body Shape Index Is a Stronger Predictor of Diabetes.
Dr. Vijay Ganji: Serum Vitamin D concentrations are inversely related to prevalence of metabolic syndrome in Qatari women
Dr. Zumin Shi: Association of low serum magnesium with diabetes and hypertension: Findings from Qatar Biobank study
Dr. Muhammed Umar Sohail: Profiling the Oral Microbiome Plasma Biochemistry of Obese Hyperglycemic Subjects in Qatar
Dr. Eleni Fthenou: Conception, Implementation and Integration of heterogenous Information Technology Infrastructures in the Qatar Biobank
Dr. Eleni Fthenou: Conception, Qatar Biobank: A Paradigm of Translating Biobank Science into Evidence- Based Health Care Interventions
Linda Hannigan: The Implementation of an integrated Management system at Qatar Biobank
Ayat Salman: Qatar Biobank Milestones in Building a Successful Biobank
Ayat Salman: Qatar Quality Matters: A Global Discussion in Qatar
Abdelhamid Kerkadi: Adiposity Indicators as Cardio-Metabolic Risk Predictors in Adults from Country with High Burden of Obesity
Dr. Souhaila Khodor: Profiling the salivary microbiome in the Qatari Population
Dr. Zumin Shi : Serum Magnesium and Cognitive Function Among Qatari Adults
Dr. Tanvir Alam: “Understanding the Food Habits and Physical Activities of Diabetes Cohort in Qatar”
Dr. Tanvir Alam:” Cardiovascular Diseases in Qatar: Smoking, Food Habits and Physical Activities Perspectives”
Dr. Tanvi Alam: “Investigating Potential Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Diseases in Adult Qatari Population”
Dr. Hiba AL Bawadi:” Age and gender specific cut-off points for body fat parameters among adults in Qatar
Dr. Rayaz Malik : "Age and sex affect deep learning prediction of cardiometabolic risk factors from retinal images"
Dr. Rayaz Malik : "Retinal microvascular complexity comparing mono- and multifractal dimensions in relation to cardiometabolic risk factors in a Middle Eastern population"
You are being invited to take part in Qatar Biobank, Qatar’s long-term medical health initiative for Qatar’s population. To help you decide whether to contribute, here is some information on Qatar Biobank and what taking part involves.
Qatar Biobank will make it possible for scientists to conduct research to address some of the greatest health challenges facing Qatar and the region, including cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes, and cancer.