Fathi Mohamed Sherif, Professor of Pharmacology, Researcher (National Medical Research Center) and University educator. Vice-dean of Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Tripoli (2014/2015). Editor-in-Chief of Libyan Journal of Medical Research and Pharmacy and Pharmacology International Journal.
Sherif, Fathi Mohamed was born on December 25, 1961 in Tripoli, Libya. He worked as a pharmacist for more than 10 years, and as a pharmaceutical university educator for more than 20 years. He obtained a university degree in pharmacy and PhD in pharmacology. He recipient Health Research prize from World Health Organization in 1994. He was a director of Libyan drug registration (2004-2007). Currently, he is Professor and researcher mainly interesting in drug use in Libya.
University Certificate, University of Tripoli, 1981; Bachelor in Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Tripoli, 1985; Graduated diploma in toxicology, Faculty of Medicine, Uppsala University, 1989; Doctor of Philosophy, Faculty of Medicine, Uppsala University, Sweden, 1992.
Director central pharmacy Health Ministry, Tripoli, 1985-1988. Assistant lecturer Tripoli University, 1986-1989, lecturer, researcher, 1992, head research unit, 1993, head department pharmacology, since 1994, associate professor pharmacology, 1995. Consultant High Medical Institute, Tripoli, since 1995, Ministry of Health, Tripoli, since 1995, Drug Research Center, Tripoli, since 1995.
Research fellow department medical pharmacology Uppsala (Sweden) University, 1992-1993. Science advisor Mediterranean Epilepsy Committee, 1997.
National Medical Researcher Center
(Head of pharmacology and toxicology unit at national medi...)
Researcher in neuropscyhopharmacology
neuroscience and neuropharmacology
Member Clinical Pharmacy Association (England), Society Neurosci. (United States), European Behavior Pharmacology Society, European Neurosci. Association.
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Son of Mohamed Omar Sherif and Habiba Millad Massallatti. Married Mariam Mohammed El-Zurgani, October 14, 1993; 1 child, Marwan.