AAU participates in the biggest event of the Middle East in the field of pharmacy (DUPHAT 2017)
Al Ain University, represented by the College of Pharmacy, participated in in the 22st Dubai International Pharmaceuticals & Technologies Conference & Exhibition "DUPHAT 2017” from 7 to 9 March in Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, under the patronage of H. H. Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, Minister of Finance and President of the Dubai Health Authority.
The exhibition was opened by H.E. Humaid Mohamed Al Qutami -Chairman and Director-General of the Dubai Health Authority, who visited the university’s booth and briefed on the pharmacy program which blends of scientific theories and practices through training in pharmaceutical factories, hospitals and private pharmacies.
AAU's participation in this exhibition comes in recognition of the university’s belief to bring the largest companies and foundations operating in the field of pharmacy and pharmacy colleges from different universities under one roof. The AAU College of Pharmacy’s participation included studies, medical researches, scientific posters and pictures, which aims to exchange experiences with different institutions.
Dr. Noor Atatreh –AAU Chancellor- stressed on that the university's participation in the exhibition is mainly to focus on the importance of employing scholars in scientific conferences and exhibitions that introduce them to the latest developments, research and innovative subjects. He added that AAU has always been participating in the DUPHAT exhibitions to push the students to pass along with medical institutions, to disclose their qualifications and to access to the latest developments and experiences surrounding them in order to pursue with the recent developments in the field of pharmacy.
Al Ain University is keen on participating annually in DUPHAT to enhance student’s skills, qualify them to engage with the pharmaceutical market and give them the opportunity to keep updated with the new technology in the pharmaceutical manufacturing and pharmacy supplies.