Ziad Nasr, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCIDP received his educational training at the Lebanese American University (LAU) [ACPE accredited] where he earned a Bachelor degree of Pharmacy in 2011 and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree (with honors) in 2012 where he had the opportunity to finish half of the program’s requirements in Houston, Texas at The Methodist Hospital. In 2015, he received his Board Certification as a Pharmacotherapy Specialist from the Board of Pharmacy Specialties in the United States. Recently in July 2019 he attained his Board Certification as an Infectious Diseases Pharmacotherapy Specialist.
Dr Nasr practiced as a pharmacist in the community setting and pharmaceutical industry in Lebanon before he moved to Saudi Arabia to work as a clinical lecturer and a cross-appointed clinical pharmacy specialist for a year, after which he joined the college of pharmacy [CCAPP accredited] at Qatar University in September 2014. As a clinical assistant professor, Dr. Nasr’s core undergraduate teaching includes pharmacotherapy courses related to infectious diseases, hematology and supportive care in cancer patients, integrated case-based learning sessions, and professional skills courses. He is greatly involved in the Doctor of Pharmacy program where he precepts students and serves as a cross-appointed clinical pharmacy specialist in infectious diseases at Hamad General Hospital. Dr Nasr is involved in several college and university committees including professional skills, excellence in teaching and learning, and students’ support. In addition, he is highly active in scholarly activities at the college level where he obtained several funded grants for research purposes and has published to date more than 15 scholarly articles in reputable scientific journals.
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