Dr. Layla Borham is a professor of Clinical Pharmacology at Cairo University. She received her undergraduate medical education, MSc and MD degrees from Cairo University Medical School. She has been working in Faculty of Medicine, Umm AlQura University, KSA for 15 years. During this period, she carried out a lot of scientific and social serving activities through her publications, scientific committee memberships, lectures and administrative work. She wrote the proposal for the foundation of the Faculty of Pharmacy, Umm AlQura University and was appointed head of its Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacy Departments for five years. She is a member in many committees in and outside the university. She is also a reviewer to national organizations, such as King AbdulAziz Medical City, and Ministry of Higher Education. She is a reviewer in Current Rheumatology Journal, and associate editor in Umm AlQura Medical Journal. She supervises a number of student activities through teaching clinical pharmacology to medical students and young researchers. She works in teaching hospitals as a clinical pharmacology consultant. In addition, she works in the Ministry of Health hospitals and primary health care centres giving awareness lectures to health care providers and patients. She has been awarded a golden prize from Umm AlQura University for her overall services at the University.
Cardiovascular research; CNS and epilepsy research; Endocrinal; DM and osteoporosis research; Rheumatology research.