Alum Mohamed Amin empowers clinicians and patients with culturally relevant care

One of the largest annual religious observances for the world’s nearly 2 billion Muslims is Ramadan, which lasts for an entire month and means that participants refrain from eating or drinking between sunrise and sunset while focusing on prayer and reflection.

As a pharmacist native to Alexandria, Egypt — where more than 90 percent of citizens are Muslim — Mohamed Amin (PhD ’13) could clearly see an opportunity for pharmacists to guide patients through Ramadan safely, with respect for both their religious obligations and their health.

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