Mohammed Hassar, MD

Mohammed is an internist, clinical pharmacologist, and emeritus professor at Rabat Medical School, from which he graduated in 1968. He directed the Institut National d’Hygiène and the Institut Pasteur du Maroc and developed an anti-poison and pharmacovigilance center; genetic units; and a food, water, and environmental safety center.

Mohammed served on several WHO committees and was on the governing board of the WHO-UMC for drug safety in Sweden for nine years. He was a board member of the International Association of National Public Health Institutes. His interests include rational drug use and drug safety, food safety, and biosafety, as well as capacity building in health research. He has been involved with SIT in Morocco since the late 1980s.

Education

  • MD, Rabat Medical School
Mohammed Hassar, MD

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