Noor Attalah Al-Jaafreh, Pharm D
(All experience and training certificates were verified by Dataflow Company and submitted to QCHP)
Address: Alsadd, Doha-Qatar
Qatar Tel: +974-********
Status: Married, Husband sponsorship
Date of birth: December, 7, 1988
Place of birth: Amman, Jordan
- BSc in Doctor of pharmacy, Faculty of pharmacy (ACPE Certified), University of Jordan, June 2012.
- Princess Basma High School, July 2006.
I am seeking a job where I can utilize my knowledge in a challenging role that allows for advancement and gaining more experience. In addition, I am eager to contribute my hard work towards the success of your company.
Dynamic, self-motivated with friendly personality.
Dedicated and result oriented.
Team player with the ability to work individually.
Highly persistent with a goal-driven attitude.
Medical Supervisor (Senior Medical representative) at Cryosave company -Doha, Qatar
1.Cryosave is a multinational cryopreservation company, the business was started in Doha in only one private hospital. now I made agreements with Hamad hospital (WWRC, Alwkra and alkhor), two other private hospitals, four key medical centers and I developed a very strong relationships with rate A gynecological doctors.
2.I convinced more than 250 pregnant ladies to enroll with Cryosave and store their babies stem cell (after this great achievement I have got promoted to medical supervisor in a very short period of time)
3.I made trainings regarding the benefits of stem cells and collection procedures to gynecological doctors, nurses and midwifes in many hospitals and medical centers around Doha.
Business Development Senior Officer at Maani Pharma (Responsible Pharmacist)
(Jan 2016- Aug 2017).
1.I searched and evaluated the portfolio of many companies to create new business opportunities based on the market need and I succeed in making deals with four key pharmaceutical companies.
2.I submitted, followed up and registered 10 files to the Jordanian FDA in one year and for sure this needs a very high negotiation and problem-solving skills.
3.I analyzed and evaluated the portfolio of all needed companies participated in CPHI for future business
Medical research assistant (Business Development department) at Tabuk Pharmaceutical Company.
(August 2014 – December 2015).
Pharmacovigilance, research and regulatory officer (information officer) at Jordanian Pharmaceutical Company.
(October 2012 – August 2014).
1.I prepared more than 120 Periodic safety update reports (PSUR) and risk management plans (RMPs) according to the good manufacturing practice guidelines for the health authorities in EMEA region and GCC countries and they were accepted by the first time without any comments.
2.I prepared more than 200 leaflets in Arabic and English according to the guidelines
3.I submitted 20 registration files for renewal to the Jordanian FDA for renewal and they were accepted by the first time.
4.I registered the first biological file to the JFDA successfully.
Clinical training at Jordan University Hospital (March 2011- May 2012)
Clinical training at Royal medical services (Des 2011- June 2012)
Clinical training at Jordan Hospital (June 2009-Sep 2011)
Outpatient pharmacy training at Jordan hospital (Feb 2008- June 2008)
I was responsible on:
Check prescriptions to make sure there are no errors and that they're appropriate and safe for the individual patient;
Provide advice on the dosage of medicines and the most appropriate form of medication.
Participate in ward rounds to take patient drug histories;
Liaise with other medical staff on problems patients may experience when taking their medicines;
Discuss treatments with patients' relatives, community pharmacists and GPs;
Make sure medicines are stored appropriately and securely;
Supervise the work of less experienced and less qualified staff; Answer questions about medicines from within the hospital, other hospitals and the general public;
Keep up to date with, and contribute to, research and development; Write guidelines for drug use within the hospital and implement hospital regulations; Provide information on expenditure on drugs;
Prepare and quality-check sterile medications, for example, intravenous medications;
Set up and supervise clinical trials.
1.Research study at university of Jordan funded by King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau (KADDB) and it was certified as the best project funded in 2012
The acute and chronic effect of smoking on platelet function and response to antagonist. Impact and importance of the study:
The findings of the study will help elucidating the underlying mechanism by which smoking works as independent risk factor of cardiovascular disease.
The findings will help physicians in finding alternatives for patients taking aspirin, clopidogrel or other antiplatelets if they insist not to quit smoking.
2.Testing some compounds for their antiplatelet activity.
Clinical research June 2015
Business writing skills February 2015
Mind mapping workshop March 2015
Jordan Volunteers (TAKAFUL group).
1.I participated actively in the Scientific Day at Jordan University. My contribution was through: Member of the Organizing committee. Also I was an active participant in the Diabetic Foot Infection management and education session. Also I was certified for my contribution, and honored for the project, for its creative design and fine delivery.
2. I presented a presentation taking about the acute and chronic effect of smoking on platelet function and response to antagonist in the Forth international conference of allergy and immunology. (September 2012)
3.I was certified from KAADB which sponsored the project as one of the best projects for the year 2012.
Arabic language (Mother tongue)
English language (Advance)
Good IT skills such as Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
Excellent Research Skills in various medical based search engines.
References: Available Upon Request