Being a pharmacist and medical writer, I believe in sharing research and information to adapt to medical science and healthcare's ever-increasing complexity. I am committed to providing quality healthcare information as an essential link in disease control and management for the communities.
Ayesha Gulzar is a clinical pharmacist with an interest in medical research, pharmacy practice, and medication therapy management. Dr. Gulzar has been working in medical communications, writing medical and clinical research for patients and health professionals in the United Kingdom. She has been associated with various organizations as a health journalist and medical editor. Prior to her medical research and communication role, she worked as a drug research and quality control pharmacist in the pharmaceutical industry. As a hospital pharmacist, Dr. Gulzar has worked across various therapeutic areas, including chronic and rare diseases, patient care, and medication therapy management.
Ayesha Gulzar has received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Lahore. She is pursuing further studies in clinical pharmacy and therapeutics.
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