As staff member in the Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Medicine, Benghazi
University, I am actively involved & participated in:
• All Academic activities.
• Academic Research Projects & Supervisor for Post Graduate students as well as
• Teaching of Pharmacology for Medical, Dental, Pharmacy, Public Health and Nursing
Undergraduates as well as Post undergraduate students. .
• Visiting staff member and external examiner for Faculties of Medicine, Dental and
Pharmacy in Libya.
• Internal examiner Faculty of Medicine, Dental, Pharmacy & Public health, Al- Arab
• Participated in Scientific conferences, scientific sessions & workshops.
A. Information Technology based Courses
1. Building a database with access
2. Developing a database with access-skills improvement
3. Introduction to image and photo editing
4. Exploiting the power of MS word A: Individual chapters and academic papers
5. Exploiting the power of MS word B: combing chapter into the thesis
6. MS Excel functionality A: entering, forming and storing data
7. MS Excel functionality B: data analysis and drawing graph
8. MS PowerPoint A: getting started with a basic slide show
9. MS PowerPoint B: developing a professional presentation
10.Referencing and citing using Endnote and Reference Manager
11.SPSS: Statistics software package
12.GraphPad Prism: Data presentation, biostatistics, curve fitting and graphing.
13.Creating and publishing web pages
B. Research & Techniques based courses
14.Getting started with Research Design and Statistics
15.Study Design/ Experimental Critique Mathematics in lab
16.Introduction to library skills-Medical and Medical related
18.Time management/ preparing reports
19.How to prepare an effective Poster Presentation
20.Skills of Spoken and Written Communication
21.Finishing your thesis and preparing for Viva
22.Getting going on your thesis and getting your work published
C. Others attended courses:
1. 2010: Attended workshop in Quality Assurance and Accreditation given by
QAA debarment at Benghazi University, 2010.
2. Training course on Introduction to Epidemiology and Biostatistics.
3. Training course on Clinical trials
4. Biostatistics and Research Methodology Workshop
• I have ample exposure to computers. Conversant with following software: MS office
(Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Quantity one, Reference Manger and Endnote, Adobe
Photoshop & others.
• Having expertise in the preparation of Animated Power point presentations with
pharmacologically relevant videos for students.
• Good skills in statistical analysis for medical research using of Graphpad Prism software.
• Administrative and Managerial skills.
Industrial training (1994) in Analytical, Quality Control (Q.C), Quality assurance (Q.A) and
production division of at E.P.I.C.O & PHARCO (Egyptian drug manufacturer).
1. Professor Steve Alexander (President of ICRS), Professor of Molecular Pharmacology,
School of Biomedical Sciences, Queen’s Medical Centre, Faculty of Medicine and Health
Sciences, University of Nottingham, UK.
2. Professor David A Kendall, Professor of Cellular Pharmacology
and head of School of Biomedical Sciences, Queen’s Medical Centre, Faculty of
Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Nottingham, UK. Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org (Tel: + 44 (0) 115 82 30156)
3. Professor Suliman I. Sharif, Dean of Faculty of Pharmacy, Sharjah University, UAE
(Tel:+971507862787) Email: email@example.com.
4. Professor Fatahi Sharif, Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Pharmacy, Tripoli
University. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Professor Andrew Bennett, Professor of Molecular Biology/Biochemistry, School of
Biomedical Sciences, Queen’s Medical Centre, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences,
University of Nottingham, UK. Email: email@example.com
6. Professor Peela Jagannadha Rao, Professor of Medical Genetics, School of Medicine,
Grand Cayman St. Mathews University, Cayman Islands, USA.