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Suleiman Ibrahim Sharif
Suleiman Ibrahim Sharif Suleiman Ibrahim Sharif
Department of Pharmacy
University of Sharjah
UAE
Tel: 009-716-505-7400
Fax: 009-716-558-5812
Biography

Prof Suleiman Ibrahim Sharif has received his PhD in Pharmacology, Nottingham University, UK during the period of 1980. Currently, he is the dean of Pharmacology in Sharjah College of Pharmacy, UAE. Prof. Sharif is the editor of Drug Utilization Studies in Benghazi (1986) and co-authored Synopsis of Pharmacology with MCQs (1995). He published several articles focusing on studies on dependence and withdrawal from morphine, drug prescribing and aspects of self-medication.

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Neuropharmacology, Drug Utilization Studies and pharmaceutical Education.

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Team-Based Learning in Pharmaceutical Education
Suleiman Ibrahim Sharif
Editorial: J Pharma Care Health Sys 2014, 1: 1
DOI: 10.4172/2376-0419.1000e103
 
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