Dina Alsalih is healthcare and pharmaceutical education specialist. She was awarded her Ph.D. in Public Health- Epidemiology from Walden University in 2014. Her doctoral research was focused on evaluating the vaccination system in the US and comparing the differences between the American and Japanese vaccination schedules. After completion of her doctoral degree, she was appointed as an adjunct professor at University of Phoenix, and earned an honored Member of University Faculty award in 2015. Her teaching interests include Microbiology and Human Disease, Health Ethics, and Legal Issues in Health Care. Dr. Alsalih earned her MBA in Healthcare Management from the University of Dallas, and her B.S in Pharmacy from AlZaytoonah University.
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