Majed Al Jeraisy


Abdullah International Medical Research Center, Riyadh


Dr. Majed Al Jeraisy is an experienced, dedicated and a determined leader. He has benchmarked  programs and initiatives as the Chairman of the Research Office at King Abdullah International Medical Research Center.  Research Office and is part of the bricks of success of this institution. He is also a promoter of knowledge and learning as an Assistant Professor in the College of Pharmacy at King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences. Among his other professional expertise, he is also a Clinical Pharmacy Consultant at the Pediatric ICU of King Abdullah Children Specialty Hospital. With more than two decades of service, he is a person with outstanding integrity.

Dr. Jeraisy has authored and co-authored numerous and relevant scientific research projects in the field of Pediatrics, Pharmacotherapy, General Medicine, Biochemistry, Pharmacology and Toxicology that were published in reputable Journals. Some of his research projects were given outstanding recognitions in various Research Project competitions. He is actively working on current studies and clinical trials with the same goal of imparting his knowledge in the Medical and Scientific Community.  In addition, he is also supervising research projects for the undergraduate students as well as post gradutes.


Area of Interest

His research projects in the field of Pediatrics, Pharmacotherapy, General Medicine, Biochemistry, Pharmacology and Toxicology 

top publication

1.Phelps SJ, Majed Al-Jeraisy, others, ed. Guidelines for Administration of Intravenous Medications to Pediatric Patients. 6th edition. American Society of Hospital Pharmacists. 2001
2.Al-Jeraisy MA, Einhau S, Christensen ML, Phelps SJ. Intraventricular vancomycin in pediatric patients with cerebrospinal fluid shunt infection. J Pediatr.Pharmacol Ther 2004; 9:36-42.
3.Alkatheri AM, Hajeer A, Al Kadri H, Al-Jeraisy M, Alsayyari A. Antibiotics for preventing urinary tract infections in kidney transplant recipients. (Protocol) The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2006.
4.Sami M. Al-Yami, Khalid A. Mohajer, Majed Al-Jeraisy, Ahmed Baterfi, Mustafa Abolfotouh. Recurrent visits and admissions of children with asthma in central Saudi Arabia. Saudi Med J (8): 921-24. 2011.
5.Mohajer KA, Al-Yami SM, Al-Jeraisy MI, Abolfotouh MA. Antibiotic prescribing in a pediatric emergency setting in central Saudi Arabia. Saudi Med J. (2):197-8 Feb 2011.
6.Mohamed Al-Jumah, Mostafa Abolfotouh, Ibrahim Abdulkareem, Hanan Balkhy, Majed Al-Jeraisy, Abdelrahman Al-Swaid, Eman Al-Musaaed, Bander Al-Kenaway. Saudi Public Perception and Attitude Towards Biochemical Research. EMHJ (17); 69-78. 2011.
7.Majed Al-Jeraisy, Menefah Al Enazi and Abolfotouh MA. Medication Prescription Errors In a Pediatric In-Patient Tertiary Care Setting in Saudi Arabia. BMC Research Notes (4):294. 2011.
8.Khaled Mohajer, Sami Al-Yami, Majed Al-Jeraisy, Mostafa Abolfotouh. Antibiotic prescribing in a pediatric emergency setting in central Saudi Arabia. Saudi Med J 2011 Vol 32 (2).
9. Aljadhey H, Alyabsi M, Alrwisan A, Alqahtani N, Almutairi R, Al Tawil E, Adam M, Shakir S, Aljeraisy M, Al-Blowi A, Alkhashan H, Albogami Y, Murray MD. The Safety of H1N1 Vaccine in Children in Saudi Arabia: A Cohort Study Using Modern Technology in a Developing Country. Drug Saf. 35(7):555-6 Jul 1;2012.
10.Majid Alfadhel, Khalid Al-Thihli, Hiba Moubayed, Wafaa Eyaid, Majed Al-Jeraisy. Drug treatment of inborn errors of metabolism: a systematic review. Arch Dis Child. 98:454–461. 2013.
11.Thamir M. Alshammari, Adel A. Alrwisan, Majed I. Aljeraisy, Khalid W. Taher, Faisal M. Alissa, Mansour A. Mahmoud, Mohamad A. Hassali, Hisham S. Aljadhey, Knowledge and attitude of healthcare professionals toward medication pregnancy category systems in Saudi hospitals. Saudi Med J; Vol. 35 (7): 704-71. 2014.
12.Manal Bawazeer, Majed Aljeraisy, Esam Albanyan, Alanazi Abdullah, Wesam Al Thaqafi, Jaber Alenazi, Zaam Al otaibi, Mohammed Al Ghaihab. Effect of combined dexamethasone therapy with nebulized r-epinephrine or salbutamol in infants with bronchiolitis: A randomized, double-blind, controlled trial. Avicenna J Med [serial online] 2014 13.Omar M. Hijazi, Anwar E. Ahmed, Jaber A. Anazi, Hashim E. Al-Hashemi, Majed I. Al-Jeraisy. Chloral hydrate versus midazolam as sedative agents for diagnostic procedures in children. Saudi Med J 2014; Vol. 35 (2).
14.Menyfah Q. Alanazi, Majed I. Al-Jeraisy, Mahmoud Salam. Prevalence and predictors of antibiotic errors in an emergency department, Central Saudi Arabia. Dove Press Journal: Drug, Healthcare and Patient Safety 2015.
15.Menfah Q Alanazi, Majed Al-Jeraisy¸ Mahmoud Salam. Comparative outcome analysis of home-initiated non-medical interventions among toddlers with orally ingested substances. Italian Journal of Pediatrics 2015 41:63.