DRUG DESIGN DEVELOPMENT AND DELIVERY JOURNAL

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Rula M. Darwish

Biography:

Rula M Darwish was the Dean of School of Pharmacy /the University of Jordan 2014-2016 and is currently a professor in Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology Department. She was awarded a scholarship from the University of Jordan to complete her studies in the UK and got her Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Microbiology from King' College /University of London. She publishes in reputable journals and has been serving as an editorial board member of many important Journals. She has good experience in drug development, registration and GMP implementation in addition to administration.

She is a member of many important committees such as in committees of the Accreditation and Quality Assurance Commission for Higher Education Institutions (AQACHEI). She was also a member of the higher committee in JFDA and now in the review board ( IRB) in Jordan Food and Drug Administration committee (JFDA), a consultant for important Universities in Jordan a member of the Jordanian society for quality a member of the FIP and others

Research Interests:

Her research interests focuses on Antibiotics and the effects of formulation ingredients on antimicrobil activity , Disinfection and Sterilization , Discovery of new insecticidal natural products from local plants ,Control of crossinfections , the preserving effect of different formulations

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