Prof. Aboul Ela is a graduate of Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Alexandria, Egypt. She has done her Ph.D. at Department of Pharmacognosy, Faculty of Pharmacy University of Alexandria in collaboration with Institute for Organic Chemistry, Technical University of Berlin, Germany. Her specialty is phytochemistry and phytotherapy. She had a postdoctoral fellow ship at School of Pharmacy, University of London, UK. Currently, she is the head of pharmaceutical sciences department, Faculty of Pharmacy, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon. She has more than sixty publications in national and international journals. She is a peer reviewer and editor in many international journals. She participated in various international conferences. She is a member of American Society of Pharmacognosy. She has more than 25 years experience in the field of education and research in pharmacognosy, phytochemistry and phytotherapy .She established the Junior Research Teams of the faculty in phytotherapy and medicinal chemistry. She supervises many theses. She started interdepartmental research collaboration at the faculty level. She is an expert in QA in Higher Education. She awarded a distinguishable peer reviewer from Ministry of Higher Education in Egypt. She attended and organized many workshops and lectures in the field of QA. She trained many academic, non academic staff and students in QA and accreditation requirements. She has got many awards from order of Pharmacists in Egypt and research at the national level in her specialty.
Dr. Fuhr has 30+ years of experience in teaching and research. He was previously a Professor of Economics at Widener University. Dr. Fuhr’s primary research areas are antitrust, health economics, pharmacoeconomics, telecommunications, and sports economics. He has published over forty journal articles. In health care, he has written on hospital mergers, exclusive arrangements, health insurance, bundling and doctor’s fees. In pharmacoeconomics, Dr. Fuhr has written on cost benefit analysis and predictive modeling. Dr. Fuhr’s primary research areas are antitrust, health economics, pharmacoeconomics, telecommunications, and sports economics.
Health economics, Pharmacoeconomics,