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Background: Omneya Mohamed, a pharmacist by training, holds a M. Sc. degree in International Health Policy and Management, Brandies University, MA, USA-class 08. Also, she holds a professional diploma in health system management, Université Senghor, Egypt-class 05. Omneya started her career in 2000 as practicing pharmacist in the Ministry of Health and Population, Alexandria, Egypt. In 2005, she joined the Library of Alexandria ?Bibliotheca Alexandrina? as a research specialist in health and biotechnology issues. Her last position at the Library was the Deputy Director for the Center for Special Studies and Programs-CSSP. This center aims to promote high quality scientific research and to deliver need-based training for scientists and researchers. In 2010, Omneya has joined the Social and Administrative Services Division in School of Pharmacy, Wisconsin University-Madison, WI, USA as a PhD student and a teaching assistant.
Professional Interests: As a teaching assistant, she contributed to the Psychosocial and Management Aspects of Pharmacy (Fall 2010 & 2012), Professional Decision-Making in Pharmacy Practice (Fall 2011) and Pharmacists and Pharmacy in the Health Care System (Spring 2011 & 2012).She is interested in pharmaceutical policies in developing and developed countries. Her research work focuses on medications reimbursement, Wisconsin pharmacists? workforce and drug prices in pharmaceuticals market.