Dr. Saba Habibollah

Saba Habibollah
Head of Center for Human Safety & Health and Diagnostic Genome Analysis, Clinical Scientist (Genetics), Genetic Counselling
Genetic Clinic
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Biography
Dr Saba Habibollah is a clinical scientist (genetics) and a genetic counselor, currently the clinical head of the Center for Human Safety & Health and Diagnostic Genome Analysis in the Iranian Hospital in Dubai, UAE. Dr Habibollah received her MD degree from Dubai Medical College in 2004. Soon after, her passion for the field of genetics led to the pursuit of an MSc degree in Medical Genetics in 2005 from Newcastle University, UK followed by a PhD in Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Tissue Engineering in 2006 from the North East England Stem Cell Institute, UK. Dr. Saba has a keen interest and extensive experience in academic and clinical stem cell research and has worked with most types of stem cells during her postdoctoral research associate positions in the UK (2010-2013). She has authored several scientific publications and book chapters. Presently, Dr Habibollah serves as the Head of the Education, Development and Quality Improvement Department in the Iranian Hospital. Her role in leading positions has inspired her to pursue an MSc in Healthcare Leadership with Manchester University, UK focusing on the global challenges facing healthcare leaders, and the roles that leaders can play in reshaping healthcare services with innovation and creativity. Her professional interests focus on genomic medicine applications for predictive, preventive and personalized health care services.

EXPERIENCE

- Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Tissue Engineering 
- Clinical Genetics 
- Diagnostic Genome Analysis 
- Clinical stem cell research 
- Genomics ( applications for predictive, preventive and personalized medicine) 
- Genetic Counseling 
- Metabolomics
- Epigenetics 
- Cancer Genetics
Education
2017 - 2019
Manchester University, Uk
Msc International Healthcare Leadership (2017-2019)