Dr. Mohamed E.E. Shams is a professor in Faculty of Pharmacy at University of Mansoura in Egypt and working nowadays as a head of the Dept. of Pharmacy Practice in the School of Pharmacy, College of Health Sciences in Muscat, Oman where he teaches courses dealing with professional practice and patient care. Dr. Mohamed E.E. Shams earned his Ph.D. from the Faculties of Pharmacy and Medicine at Johannes Gutenburg University of Mainz in Germany. His pharmacy experience includes practice in patient care, clinical pharmacogenetics, clinical pharmacokinetics, therapeutic drug monitoring, pharmacoeconomics, medications errors, drug-interactions, long term care and hospital settings. He has many papers and projects either presented or published in reputed journals. He is an internationally recognized expert in many areas of clinical pharmacy, pharmacy practice and pharmaceutics.
Dr. Mohamed E.E. Shams research wok focuses on therapeutic drug monitoring of psychoactive and antidepressant drugs; phenotyping and genotyping of drug metabolism to guide pharmacotherapy in psychiatry; detection of gene deletions, mutations or multiplications of metabolizing enzymes; detection of drug interactions; pharmaceutical care of patients suffering from chronic illnesses like hepatocellular carcinoma, non alcoholic stetohepatitis (NASH), and diabetes mellitus; electronic prescribing; measuring the rate of therapeutic adherence to medications, innovative medicines, technologies and approaches for improving patients’ healthcare.