Assistant Professor

Dr. Ray Al-Barazie

Dr. Ray Al-Barazie, PhD
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Liwa College, Saeed Bin Ahmed Al Otaiba Street (Al Najda Street previously), Al Danah, Baniyas Tower B, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Professional Summary

Dr. Ray Al-Barazie, PhD

Dr. Ray is an assistant professor in the Allied Science Department at the College of Health & Medical Sciences. She is an expert in biomedical sciences, particularly areas related to pharmacology, toxicology, microbiology, and immunity to infections with 10 years of experience in academia, administration and research.

Short Bio

Dr. Ray obtained her PhD – Medicine & Health Sciences in Biomedical Sciences from United Arab Emirates University, UAE.
Dr. Ray has 10 years of extensive experience in academic and admin positions in Higher Education Institutions and Pharmaceutical field in UAE. Dr. Ray’s professional journey is backed by hands-on experience in various practical approaches and techniques such as Molecular techniques, in-vivo experiments, ELISA, Flow Cytometry, Tissue culture and in-vitro assays among others.
Dr. Ray participated in several conferences and forums such as the 50th Annual meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology, the Ninth GCC medical students Conference, the 2nd MENA Stem Cells Forum, and the 30th International Conference on Systems Engineering ICSEng 2023 among others.

Her research and publications focus on various fields including pharmacological modulation of the immune response to infectious disease, toxicological effects of chemicals and drugs on the immune system, applications and uses of microbes, and the impact of metaverse technology in the medical field and family relationships.

Core Qualifications

  • Program leadership.
  • Annual programs evaluations and reports.
  • Curriculum revision and update.
  • Students’ internship supervision.
  • Committee membership.


  • Doctor of Philosophy: in Biomedical Sciences United Arab Emirates University, UAE, 2015
  • Bachelor’s in Pharmacy Ajman University, UAE, 2007


  • Mohamed, A., Al-Barazie, R. (2023). Metaverse Technology in Health and Family: Assessing Impacts, Identifying Guidelines, and Examining Perceptions. In: Selvaraj, H., Chmaj, G., Zydek, D. (eds) Advances in Systems Engineering. ICSEng 2023. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 761. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-40579-2_49
  • Darwish, H. S., Almamri, H., Barazie, R., & Mustafa, M. (2022). Bioinformatics Analysis of LDLR Gene Mutation that Shed a New Light on Red Yeast Rice Monacolin K Treatment – Systematic Review. Annual Research & Review in Biology, 37(7), 44-51. https://doi.org/10.9734/arrb/2022/v37i730521
  • Al-Barazie, R. M., Bashir, G. H., Qureshi, M. M., Mohamed, Y. A., Al-Sbiei, A., Tariq, S., Lammers, W. J., Al-Ramadi, B. K., & Fernandez-Cabezudo, M. J. (2018). Cholinergic Activation Enhances Resistance to Oral Salmonella Infection by Modulating Innate Immune Defense Mechanisms at the Intestinal Barrier. Frontiers in immunology, 9, 551. https://doi.org/10.3389/fimmu.2018.00551
  • Maria Fernandez-Cabezudo, Ray Al-Barazie, Basel al-Ramadi; Inhibition of acetylcholinesterase regulates the anti-microbial immune response (P1378). J Immunol 1 May 2013; 190 (1_Supplement): 203.6. https://doi.org/10.4049/jimmunol.190.Supp.203.6

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