After being graduated with MSc in Clinical Pharmacy from University College London in the UK in 2007, started his career as a researcher and has been a project manager for developing, implementing and evaluating diabetes pharmaceutical services in community pharmacy setting in the UK. I was associated with the School of Pharmacy, University of Hertfordshire in the UK for 10 years as a Senior Lecturer. I am the winner of several academic awards for my teaching skills including Vice-Chancellor Tutor of Year in 2012 and Faculty Excellence Award in Blended Learning in the same year in University of Hertfordshire in the UK. In 2014, I was awarded with a financial grant for developing an educational mobile phone app for all UK pharmacy students, I have been an invited speaker for several educational projects on many forums. I have supervised several undergraduate and postgraduate research projects and has an extensive experience of helping students turn their research projects into publications.
I joined Umm Al-Qura University in Makkah, Saudi Arabia in late 2015 where I am currently working as a Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy and also served as head of the Curriculum and Assessment Unit for one year. Alongside, I practices as a clinical pharmacist in King Abdullah Medical City in Makkah. I have special research interest in pharmacogenomics as well as using simulation and artificial intelligence in pharmacy education and practice.