Dr. Hazem Elewa, RPh, PhD, BCPs
Clinical Assistant Professor
College of Pharmacy, Qatar University
Clinical Pharmacy Specialist
Dr. Hazem received his Bachelor degree in pharmacy from Alexandria University, Egypt in 2000. After completing his PhD program at University of Georgia, he joined University of Florida for a post-doctoral fellowship in pharmacogenomics. Since October 2010, Dr. Hazem served as a Clinical Pharmacist at Georgia Regents Medical Center and was appointed as a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Georgia, College of Pharmacy as well as a clinical rotation preceptor since 2011. He also received the American Board of Pharmacotherapy Specialty and has been BPS-Certified since December 2010. Dr. Hazem’s currently work as Assistant Professor at the College of Pharmacy, Qatar University. His clinical practice is focused on Cardiology and anticoagulation. His research interest includes antithrombotics and personalized medicine in cardiovascular diseases through the use of pharmacogenetics. He received multiple grants through Qatar National Research Foundation and Hamad Medical Corporation. To date he has published over 30 peer-reviewed papers and presented multiple abstracts at international conferences.