Department of Pharmacy Practice and Pharmacotherapeutics
Our People
 
  • Dr. Abduelmula Rajab Abduelkarem
  • Head of Department of Pharmacy Practice and Pharmacotherapeutics
  • Academic RankAssociate Professor
  • Email:aabdelkarim@sharjah.ac.ae
  • Tel:+(971) 6 5057443
  • Specialization:Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice
  • Research Interests:Pharmaceutical public health and quality of life, Pharmacy education, Chronic diseases and pharmacist role, Quantitative and qualitative aspects of medication usage
  • Dr. Suleiman El-Sharif
  • Academic RankProfessor
  • Email:sharifsi@sharjah.ac.ae
  • Tel:+(971) 6 5057406
  • Research Interests:Neuropharmacology, Drug utilization studies, Pharmacy education.
  • Dr. Osama Hussein Mohamed Ibrahim
  • Academic RankAssociate Professor
  • Email:oibrahim@sharjah.ac.ae
  • Tel:+(971) 6 5057404
  • Specialization:Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice
  • Research Interests:Clinical Pharmacokinetics and dose adjustment, Role of pharmacists in chronic disease management, Drug use evaluation, Pharmaceutical care and its impact on patient health
  • Dr. Raafat Abd El-Gawad El-Gharib El-Awady
  • Head of Department of Pharmacy Practice and Pharmacotherapeutics
  • Academic RankProfessor
  • Email:relawady@sharjah.ac.ae
  • Tel:+(971) 6 5057409
  • Specialization:Pharmacology
  • Research Interests:Mechanisms of resistance to anticancer drugs, Regulation of DNA repair and cell cycle after anticancer drugs, Testing and biological characterization of potential anticancer agents
  • Dr. Hany A. Omar
  • Academic RankAssociate Professor
  • Email:hanyomar@sharjah.ac.ae
  • Tel:+(971) 6 5057411
  • Specialization:Molecular Pharmacology and Therapeutics
  • Research Interests:Molecular mechanisms of anticancer drugs, Treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma, Molecular pharmacology as a basis for cardiovascular drugs development, Oxidative stress and antioxidants implication in the pathophysiology of clinical disorders
  • Dr. Hamzah Alzubaidi
  • Assistant professor
  • Email:halzubaidi@sharjah.ac.ae
  • Tel:+(971) 6 5057424
  • Specialization:Clinical pharmacy and pharmacy practice.
  • Research Interests:•Health service research •Diabetes management among ethnic minority groups •patient-centered care •Application of health promotion theories and models to strengthen patient adherence •Pharmacy practice; focusing on reduction of preventable medication related problems
  • Dr. Rania Awada Harati
  • Academic RankAssistant Professor
  • Email:rharati@sharjah.ac.ae
  • Tel:+971 6 5057438
  • Specialization:Experimental & Clinical Pharmacology.
  • Research Interests:Impact of inflammation on the blood-brain barrier, Maturation of the blood-brain barrier, Regulation of drug influx/efflux transporters, Development of three-dimensional in vitro cell culture models, Optimizing the Sorafenib treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma.
  • Dr. Mohamed E Rashrash
  • Academic RankAssistant Professor
  • Email:mrashrash@sharjah.ac.ae
  • Tel:+(971) 6 5057471
  • Research Interests:My preferred area of research for a long time is collecting primary data in health promotion and public health. Secondary data analysis is my favorite in particular fields such as health economics and epidemiology. My preferred disease states for research are infectious diseases such as Hepatitis and HIV, and chronic diseases in particular cardiovascular diseases, and diabetes.
  • Rana Mehdi Ibrahim
  • Academic RankLecturer
  • Email:ribrahim@sharjah.ac.ae
  • Tel:+(971) 6 5057428
  • Specialization:Pharm.D, Doctorate in Pharmacy, University of Florida, Guainseville, USA 2007.
  • Research Interests:Geriatric Care, Health Promotion, Anticoagulation Therapy, Adherence to Chronic Therapies, Clinical Pharmacists’ Role in the UAE.
  • Manal Mohammed Shihata Al Sha’rawy
  • Academic RankLecturer
  • Email:msharawy@sharjah.ac.ae
  • Tel:+(971) 6 5057418
  • Specialization:M.Sc. Analytical Toxicology
  • Research Interests:- General screening in Postmortem tissue and blood samples: by solid phase extraction followed by liquid-liquid extraction using TLC, GC identification methods. - Heavy Metal Toxicity studies and daily exposure - Toxicity targeting - Diabetes & Allergic studies - Prophet Mohammed Medicine
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