Khawlah is a neuroscientist with a specialisation in neuroimaging. She is currently pursuing her PhD at the Australian National University and also holds a position at Radiological Sciences, King Saud University. Khawlah completed her Master’s degree in Magnetic Resonance Imaging from the University of Queensland, Australia.
Khawlah’s research primarily focuses on investigating the impact of cardiovascular and lifestyle factors on brain aging. She focuses on understanding how blood pressure affects cerebral structure in relation to degenerative diseases and dementia, with the ultimate goal of improving brain health in aging individuals. In addition, Khawlah also studies the effects of dietary magnesium intake on brain health and aims to determine how it could contribute to reducing the incidence of dementia and slowing down brain aging.
Khawlah is committed to conducting research that has a positive impact on society. She is also passionate about effectively communicating her scientific findings to the general public. Overall, Khawlah Alateeq’s research has the potential to significantly improve the understanding of the human brain and contribute to the development of new strategies to promote brain health.