Dr Mohammed Tahir Ansari, Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham Malaysia’s School of Pharmacy was recently invited to share his knowledge at a few online seminars.
The first one was a three-day virtual international faculty development programme on New Paradigm in Pharmaceutical Education & Research. It took place between 24 and 26 June 2020 and was organised by Glocal University’s Glocal School of Pharmacy, India.
The next was a talk on COVID-19 Management: Malaysian perspective at an international e-conference on the management of COVID-19. This talk was organised by the Ali-Allana College of Pharmacy, Maharashtra and was held from 27to 29 June 2020.
His third talk was organised by the School of Unani Medical Education & Research, New Delhi. Dr Tahir was invited to share on how Malaysia managed to control the spread of COVID-19. This was part of the Jamia Hamdard Webinar Series on COVID-19.
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Posted on 9th July 2020