I am a pharmacist who graduated from Damascus University/Syria. I have 8 years of experience as a healthcare provider in Syria before and during the conflict. My various work experience (in community pharmacy, medical insurance systems and pharmaceutical marketing) allowed me to look at the Syrian health system from different angles.
I have been awarded an MSc in Public Health for Development from London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) in 2019.
An Alumna of both Chevening & LSHTM Scholarships.
After graduation from LSHTM, I started working in academic research as I got involved in different projects at the school;
1- Governance & adaptation of health system in Syria.
2- Estimation of crisis-attributable mortality in Yemen.
3- Gender issues & gender-based violence in conflict-affected countries.