Fatima Suleman

University of KwaZulu-Natal
South Africa

afrehealth nominee Fatima Suleman

Fatima Suleman [B.Pharm (UDW,SA), M.Pharm (UDW, SA), PhD (Public Health Sciences)(UIC,USA)] is a Professor in the School of Health Sciences, University of KwaZulu-Natal and Professor, and Director: World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Pharmaceutical Policy and Evidence Based Practice. She is a former Prince Claus Chair of Development and Equity: Affordable (Bio)Therapeutics for Public Health (until September 2018) at Utrecht University, and a Fulbright Alumnus (Fulbright Scholar 2002-2004).

She has been appointed by the South African Minister of Health to serve on the National Pricing Committee (2010-2020) and served as the Chair of the Pricing Committee from 2014-2020. She has been appointed to the World Health Organization's Expert Advisory Panel on Drug Evaluation (2017 - 2021). She is an EXCO member for the African Forum on Research and Education in Health (AFREhealth) PI Council (current). She has served on a number of WHO committees over the years and been a technical advisor on pharmaceutical policy for a number of countries. She has a number of publications in the area of pharmaceutical policy and medicine use.

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