The Faculty of Pharmacy Ain Shams University celebrated the graduation of

 

the 2018/2019 class of students at the Drug Design Program (credit hours)

 

under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Mahmoud Al-Matini, President of Ain Shams

 

University, and Prof. Dr. Maha Farouk Abdul Ghani, Dean of the faculty

 

and in the presence of Prof. Dr. Amani Osama, Vice dean of the Faculty

 

for Education and Student Affairs, Prof. Dr. Khaled Abu Shanab Vice dean

 

for postgraduate Studies and Research Affairs, Prof. Dr. Mohamed Mabrouk,

 

Vice dean for Community and Environmental Affairs, Dr. Ahmed Abu Zaid,

 

program coordinator, Dr. Mohamed El Sheikh, Head of the Syndicate of

 

Pharmacists in Cairo

 

Dr. Maha Farouk Abdul Ghani, Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy, expressed

 

her happiness with the celebration of the graduation of a new batch from the

 

Faculty of Pharmacy 2018-2019

 

We are proud to belong to the prestigious Faculty of Pharmacy at Ain

 

Shams University thanks to the efforts and perseverance of its professors,

 

researchers, scientists and pharmacists who have proven merit and

 

success everywhere”, and added:

 

My prayers for you to achieve ongoing success and excellence upon starting

 

your practical life and to reach all your goals and aspirations in the path of

 

life. These are the perfect goals that will make you all the best and that you

 

should strive for. Accept the challenges of life as strength comes from feeling

 

the challenge. Be the positive example and the role model!

 

Never stop acquiring science and knowledge.

 

Dr. Maha Ali pointed out that the pharmacist profession is one of the noblest

 

professions for it does not only aim at people’s recovery, but it also aims at

 

them having a healthy life. You need to treat patients with mercy, this comes

 

before the medication, be the role model.

 

Prof. Dr. Amani Osama, Vice dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy for Education

 

and Student Affairs, highlighted that the Faculty of Pharmacy today

 

celebrates the graduation of 75 students of the Drug Design Program

 

(credit hours) who studied at the faculty, wishing graduates to achieve

 

success in their career