Professional Information
Executive Director
Kuwait Advancement for Conference and Exhibition Management
Education Management
Education, Honors & Awards
The University of Manchester
BSc Pharmacy (1999)
Eu2p Program
MSc Pharmacovigilance and Pharmacoepidemiology (2014)
Cardiff University
PhD Pharmaceutical Regulations (2011)
Personal Information
Kuwait Pharmaceutical Association
Oud; Traveling; Swimming; Dancing
I received an MBA in General & Strategic Management in 2006 with a distinction... Adding value and competitive advantage to my qualifications
11-15 Years
Dr. Reem Al-Essa has worked in the Ministry of Health, Drug and Food Control Department for over a decade, earning a promotion to the position of Drug Registration and Release Superintendent in 2003. The bulk of her research studies have been to evaluate the GCC regulatory review processes of pharmaceutical products carried out in the Gulf region, and she is currently focusing on the areas of benefit-risk assessment of medicines. Dr. Al-Essa attributes her success to her education, which have helped provide her with numerous opportunities. In 2012, she was able to make the change to the Education Management sector, opening her own company called Kuwait Advancement for Conference and Exhibition EST. Because of her passion and knowledge, she was able to build and sustain an excellent reputation with her clients. Dr. Al-Essa is also currently in the process of writing a book with 3 co-authors entitled, "Challenges and Opportunities of the Regulatory Systems in the Gulf Region."
- Regulatory Review Process in the Gulf Cooperation Council States: Similarities and Differences
Pharmaceutical Products; Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs; Education Management; Research; Drug and Food Control; Medical and Pharmaceutical Waste
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