Amani Ramadan Ahmed Mahmoud Goma


Office No: C534
Extension No: 1170

Amani started her clinical pharmacy career after graduation from faculty of Pharmacy Alexandria University in 1996. Before working as a hospital pharmacist in Ministry of Health, she attended a one-year training program in clinical pharmacy in 1996 she also attended the first international workshop in clinical pharmacy in 2000. She took a biochemical analysis diploma in 2001 then PharmD degree in 2008.

After joining faculty of Pharmacy Pharos University in September 2008, she collaborated in designing interactive simulation and computer-based pharmacy practice courses.  She visited Cork University In 2011 as part of a staff exchange program. She had training in health governance in 2013, a master’s degree (2016), then a PHD degree (2022) in bioinformatics and medical statistics from Medical Research Institute, Alexandria University. She participated in teaching Evidence based, Biostatistics and Pharmacoeconomics courses.

  • Patient safety culture
  • Pattern of Multidrug resistance
  • Antimicrobial stewardship
  • Pharmacoeconomic analysis
Position Starting Date Ending Date
  • Lecture of Clinical Pharmacy & Pharmacy Practice. Faculty of Pharmacy Pharos University
Dec 2022 Present
  • Assistant Lecturer Faculty of Pharmacy Pharos University
Sep 2008 Dec 2022
  • Hospital Pharmacist Alexandria Ophthalmology hospital
Nov 1996 Jul 2008
  • Clinical pharmacist, El Salama Hospital
Sep 2008 Sep 2008
  • Community pharmacist
Aug 1996 Oct 2000
  • Part time Teaching assistant, Faculty of Pharmacy, Alexandria University,
Oct 1998 Apr 2000
Scientific Activities Date
  • Amani R. Gomaa, Adel Z. Abdel Sayed, Nabil L. Dowidar, Gihan M. Shehata. Documenting Mistakes in Governmental Hospital Pharmacies in Alexandria Egypt. The 2nd PUA International Conference. Alexandria, Egypt, 11-12 March 2020.
  • Amani R. Gomaa, Adel Zaki, Nabil Dowidar and Gihan Shehata. Governmental hospital pharmacy, patient safety culture in Alexandria. The first PUA International Conference. Alexandria, Egypt, October 27-29, 2015.
  • Professional Visits:
    • A visit to the School of Pharmacy at UCC during the period from 6 – 11 November 2011. As a part of the staff exchange program between the schools of Pharmacy at Pharos University in Alexandria (PUA) and University College Cork (UCC) in Ireland
  • Professional Seminars and Workshops: (Presenter)1. “Antibiotic Abuse” Alexandria Ministry of Health, 3 March 2020

2. “Patient Safety Culture among pharmacists” Health Insurance Organization , Alexandria.  November 2019


3. Clinical skills “beyond the basics” workshop, Organized by Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice Unit PUA- February 7-9 ,2017


4. “Drug Information Resources and Evidence Based Medicine”  organized by ElBehera Health Insurance Organization February 2016


5. Clinical Pharmacy program, Organized by Elbehera Ministry of Health  2014-2015


6. “Therapeutics for Clinical Pharmacists”. The Clinical Pharmacy Training Program; a collaboration between the Ministry of Health, Egyptian Syndicate of Pharmacy and Andalusia Group 2012-2013