About the coordinators


Ms. Rehab Ahmed is a co-founder (other co-founders: Hibat alla Mohamed and Mohammed Abdulbagi) and the main coordinator of Pharmacy Club since its foundation in 2012. She is a lecturer of Microbiology and a staff member at the Faculty of Pharmacy. Rehab is a member of H3ABioNet Sudan Node (http://h3abionet.org/fus ) and H3Africa project.

More info about her can be found here:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/myncbi/16mGMZgUAbv5B/cv/154114/ and here https://www.linkedin.com/in/rehab-ahmed-a6324639?trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile


Mohamed Abdulbagi is a co-founder and former coordinator of pharmacy club, He is a lecturer at pharmaceutical chemistry department, University of Khartoum since 2010.

He achieved the prize of best academic performance in pharmaceutical chemistry and pharmaceutics as well as Amipharma prize in the final bachelor year. He is currently studying for Ph.D. in pharmaceutical analysis at China Pharmaceutical University, China

Ghaida Faisal is a Pharmacist that has a passion for the area of Pharmaceutical Technology research. She has a dream of improving the Pharmaceutical Industry in Sudan. Her favorite quote is “ A capsule that is filled with the maximum dose of happiness is a magical treatment ”

Sahar Abd Elmoniem Alrayah , is a graduate of the faculty of pharmacy , University of Khartoum. She was a member of FPSA-IPSF (Faculty of Pharmacy Students Federation - International Pharmaceutical Students Federation) office 2013 & 2014. She participated in many public health campaigns and coordinated events like: HIV/AIDS awareness campaign & Medicine awareness campaign. She believes that research is the key for a better future of Sudan. . She hopes that the club would be there for motivation and support for Sudanese researchers. She chose to participate in the coordination of the club for the sake of research, pharmacy, and Sudan!

Roaa M. Suliman is The Professional Development Coordinator In the International Pharmaceutical Students' Federation - Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office. -IPSF-EMRO. Roaa has scientific interest in the medicinal use of plants and herbal medicine. Previously, Roaa was an Exchange Student In Indonesia and Spent her time with Researchers dealing with Translating Herbal medicine from Ancient Knowledge to evidence Based Medicine. Graduated with honors from University Of Khartoum - Faculty Of Pharmacy (2016).

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/roaa-mohamed-a11a15102/

Abdelrahim Mohamed Mahjob Elameen is a semi-finalist pharmacy student at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Khartoum. He is interested in the research of malaria parasite particularly in the area of genomics, where he mainly focuses on understanding the role of Plasmodium sp genetics in molecular mechanisms of malarial drug resistance. He contributed to the pharmacy club by inviting scholars and experts to share their knowledge and experiences. He looks forward to further improve the pharmacy club. He participated in many (FPSA-IPSF) public health campaigns like antibiotics resistance campaign and kidney failure campaign.


Azza Abdelnour is newly graduated from the Faculty of Pharmacy, University Of Khartoum. A Pharmacist by professional and Artist by passion.

She joined the pharmacy club team a year ago for her interest in the Research field especially Researches on Immunology and Vaccines and for the sake of the pharmacy field in Sudan.

She has been working for Sudanese Childhood Diabetes Association since 2017 and until today, participated in (FPSA-IPSF) public health campaigns such as Malaria, Breast Cancer awareness, Blood Donation and tobacco alert campaign and also organized symposiums like Universal health Coverage “Health For All” symposium and The 2nd Childhood diabetes symposium 2018.

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/azza-abdalnoor-473695162/


Mohamed is a semi finalist pharmacy student Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Khartoum, he contributed to the pharmacy club by documenting and editing the lectures, Mohamed loves chemistry and currently using bioinformatic tools to research drug design. Invested a considerable time in building an education magazine in his university. when working becomes too hard him, Mohamed went for Photography to blow off some steam.



Israa Mukhtar is a graduate of the The Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Khartoum 2017. She has worked in many community pharmacies and is currently serving her national service as a teaching assistant in the Department of Pharmacy, College of Pharmacy, University of Khartoum, and is interested in research. She is a very talented writer and writes short stories.


Thawab Mahmoud is a graduate of the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Khartoum.

She has been a member of the coordination team since November 2017.