Dr. Nazer, PharmD, Clinical Assistant Professor, joined the College of Pharmacy in 2012. Dr. Nazer has more than 10 years experience in critical care and has been extensively involved with teaching and mentoring pharmacy students. Recently, she moved to Jordan where she works as a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist at King Hussein Cancer Center, overseeing the pediatric and adult critical care units and leading the development of the pharmacy research activities. Prior to that, Dr. Nazer served as the Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator and Critical Care Pharmacist at Mount Sinai Hospital in Chicago. Dr. Nazer held a faculty appointment with the College of Pharmacy at Western University of Health Sciences for 5 years where she initiated, developed and implemented the evidence based medicine curriculum, as well as trained students at Glendale Memorial Hospital in the area of critical care. Dr. Nazer held various other key positions in academia and industry.
Dr. Nazer received her BS in pharmacy from the University of Jordan and her PharmD degree from Campbell University in North Carolina. She completed a residency in internal medicine at Oklahoma University and is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. She is actively involved with various local and international societies such as the Society of Critical Care Medicine and the Middle East Critical Care Assembly, Her areas of interest and research include evidence based medicine, medication safety, and sepsis.