Eight students from the Faculty of Pharmacy had participated in a virtual education program hosted by the University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy in the United States. Pharmacy students from JUST attended one-week virtual education program entitled: “Innovations and Transformations in Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020: Overview to discovery, delivery, and clinical use of drugs and vaccines.” From July 6th-10th. The students described this as a very rewarding experience which gave them the opportunity to explore new areas in cancer research, drug delivery, and scientific writing.
This invitation from the University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy was arranged by Dr Stephen F. Eckel, an Associate dean and director of global engagement at North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy and Dean of Pharmacy Dr Sayer al-Azzam. Participating students were recruited by Dr Nehad M. Ayoub, Assistant dean for clinical training affairs at Faculty of Pharmacy. Participating students were Nour Al-Ghraiybah, Aiman Yaseen, Salam Sardiah, Judi Bataineh, Saja Mahasneh, Mais Srouji, Tala Al-Gharram, and Mousa Mahasneh from Faculty of Pharmacy at JUST.