medical pharmacologist, a treating physician and a methodologist, at the French and European level.
When I began my residency to be certified as a gastro-enterologist and an hepatologist I started to be interested in drugs, pharmacology, both to a fundamental and clinical prespective.
I thus developed skills in clinical research, that is now a quite important part of my job.
Quite naturally I had the desire to be involved in decision making processes, as a medical pharmacologist, a treating physician and a methodologist, at the French and European level.
I have trained in Pharmaco-epidemiology at McGill University, as a post doc fellow, under the supervision of my mentor, Pr Alan Barkun, and with the help of one of the most qualified scientist in the Field, Dr Elham Rahme.
I think I have reached most of my key objectives but I am always interested in new challenges. I like to say yes to new opportunities before thinking how to manage to succeed.
I am a team player, in my job, and as a rugby player