Dr. Korayem earned a bachelor of pharmaceutical science degree from King Saud University in Saudi Arabia and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Nova Southeastern University in Florida.
In 2017, she completed my PGY-2 in internal medicine at the University of Arizona. After that, she returned back to Saudi Arabia, where she became an assistant professor at the Department of Pharmacy Practice at the College of Pharmacy (COP), Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University (PNU).
She was appointed as the Vice Dean of Educational Affairs then the Acting Dean of the College of Pharmacy until 2019.
Dr. Korayem currently work as a Clinical Assistant Professor at the College of Pharmacy, PNU, and practice as a senior clinical pharmacist in the internal medicine ward at King Abdulla bin Abdulaziz University Hospital. Her research focus is on solid organ transplantation, internal medicine, and pharmacy education.
Dr. Abdulrahman Mohammed Al Turaiki graduated from King Saud university college of pharmacy in 2010, then joined national guard hospital as pharmacist.
In October 2013 started his residency and he obtained the Saudi board in internal medicine pharmacotherapy in 2017. Also dual certified by Board of Pharmacy Specialties USA in pharmacotherapy and ambulatory care.
Currently working as clinical pharmacist in internal medicine also a program director for internal medicine pharmacotherapy program in national guard.
Dr. Al Turaiki is a member in multiple committees within pharmacy department and the hospital. He have multiple published research in anticoagulation, stroke, infectious disease multiple sclerosis and other ongoing research. He participated as speaker in many events either nationally or internationally.
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