Support & Communication Committee
Dr. Abeer Alenazi
Abeer Alenazi is Pharmacy Practice Resident at Prince Sultan Military Medical City. She graduated with a PharmD degree from AlMaarefa University in 2019. Upon graduation, she gained two years of experience as a product specialist in GSK company. In addition, she has worked as a member of a variety of committees as well as participated in research workshops. She has published several articles in different fields, including ID and critical care.
Dr. Mai Alalawi
Mai Alalawi is a clinical pharmacy specialist and a faculty member in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Fakeeh College for Medical Sciences. She completed her PharmD degree from King Abdulaziz University in 2018, and then the ASHP accredited International Pharmacy Practice Residency Program from Children’s Cancer Hospital Cairo (57357) in 2021. Mai mentored students in research while she was an intern, led several research workshops, and now she has several publications in different areas, including ID, oncology, and critical care.
Dr. Aisha Alharbi
Aisha Alharbi is a PGY-1 Pharmacy Resident at King Abdulaziz University Hospital. She completed her PharmD from King Abdulaziz University with the 1st honorary degree in 2018. Aisha was awarded with several research awards during both her internship and residency. She is a co-founder and an active leader of a volunteering society that teaches and supervise undergraduate clinical research. She participated in research teaching courses in Jeddah, Riyadh, and Medina. She also organized and supervised the 1st pharmacy research summer school that ended with training 25 students and conducting 5 different clinical research projects. Also, She have completed Training of Trainers (TOT) program on research methodology course, in collaboration with the Clinical Research Unit at King Abdul-Aziz University. Aisha have several research publications in prestigious journals.
Dr. Samiah Alsohimi
Samiah Alsohimi is a clinical pharmacist at King Fahad Armed Forces Hospital (Jeddah). She completed her PharmD from King Abdulaziz University in 2016. Then she completed her PGY-1 from King Abdulaziz University Hospital. She started her pharmacy career since 2017. Dr.Samiah published several research publications on critical care. Her current research areas of interest are; sedation& analgesia, fluid management, and vasopressor &inotropes.
Dr. Mashael AlFaifi
Dr. Mashael AlFaifi is critical care clinical pharmacist at King Saud Medical City (KSMC). Dr. Mashael received her PharmD degree from Jazan University in 2018. Shortly after graduation, she joined and completed PGY-1 residency program at King Saud Medical City (KSMC) in (2021). Additionally, she has been certified by the American Board as a Pharmacotherapy Specialist. In 2022, Dr.Mashael complete her PGY-2 in Critical care residency program at King Abdulaziz Medical City- National guard health affairs (KAMC-CR). Dr. Mashael developed an interest through many publications in research related to critical care and ID field. Her research areas of interest are; neuro critical care, burn and infectious disease.
Dr. Abdullah Al Harthi
Dr.Abdullah is an Assistant Professor of pharmacy practice at Shaqra University and Critical Care clinical pharmacist. Dr.Abdullah completed his PharmD in 2017 from Taif University. Then, he joined King Abdulaziz Medical City- National Guard Health Affairs as a PGY1 resident in 2018. After that, in 2021, he completed his PGY2 in critical care at KAMC-Ryiadh. Dr.Abdullah is a dual American board-certified specialist in pharmacotherapy and critical care. In 2022, he was selected as a board member and secretary/treasurer of the Critical Care Pharmacy Specialized Network (PSN) of The Saudi Society of Clinical Pharmacy (SSCP). Dr.Abdullah’s area of interest is Trauma, Burn, and research.
Dr. Rahaf Alqahtani
Dr. Rahaf Alqahtani, a clinical pharmacist specializing in critical care, works at King Abdulaziz Medical City in Riyadh (KAMC-RD). She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences (KSAU-HS) in May 2019. Following that, she completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency (PGY-1) at KAMC-RD in 2021, followed by a Critical Care Residency (PGY-2) in 2022. Dr. Rahaf is board certified in pharmacotherapy and critical care. Additionally, she acts as a preceptor, guiding pharmacy residents and students during their critical care rotations at KAMC-RD.