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Daoud Al Badriyeh

Associate Professor of Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research, College of Pharmacy, Qatar University

Dr. Daoud Al-Badriyeh completed an honors degree in pharmacy at the University of Sydney (Sydney, Australia), and then received his PhD in Pharmacoeconomics and Outcome Research from Monash University (Melbourne, Australia). Dr. Daoud also pursued a certificate in Healthcare Analytics from the University of California, Davis (California, USA), and a postgraduate Patient Safety and Medication Errors training from the University of John Hopkins (Maryland, USA). And currently, Dr. Al-Badriyeh is an Associate Professor of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research at the College of Pharmacy in Qatar University. Dr. Al-Badriyeh’s research focuses on the pharmacoeconomics, decision analytic economic modeling (especially the multi-indication multi-criteria modeling for the formulary decision making), in addition to the comparative clinical effectiveness research and the economic impact of clinical and technology interventions to reduce error and adverse drug reactions in practices. While in Qatar, he received several competitive grants as principal investigator via the NPRP fund (the National Priorities Research Program, by Qatar Foundation). This is in addition to funding received via Hamad Medical Corporation .

Founder and current President of the Qatar Chapter of the International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR, USA).

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