Rabab Fetieh

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Dr. Rabab Mohammad Abdulqader Fetieh (Arabic: رباب محمد عبدالقادر مغيربى فتيح) is a Saudi academic, currently a Professor of Orthodontics at the Faculty of Dentistry in King Abdulaziz University (KAU).[1] She was Vice-Dean of the same institution (1993–2003) and a member of the founding faculty. Dr. Fetieh was head of the Orthodontic division at KAU (1989–2004) and was the Assistant Dean for Research and Post-graduate Affairs.

She received her BDS from Alexandria University in Egypt and her DMSc from Harvard University. She is a pioneer in her field, as she is Saudi Arabia's first female orthodontist.[citation needed]

Her husband is the well known Saudi pediatrician Tarek Baghdady. She currently resides in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia with her husband and 3 children.

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