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Mona Koshkouei

DPhil (Oxon) | MPharm | MRPharmS | FHEA

Principal Pharmacist | Head of GMP Operations

My research interests are the impact on healthcare professionals' working practices as a result of regulation reform and digital systems integration with a specific interest in implementation of digital systems in healthcare. My work has focused on evaluating the challenges implicated in the scale-up and sustainability of the proposed technology, with community pharmacy implementation of the Falsified Medicines Directive as a case study.

I am a qualified pharmacist having specialised in clinical governance and pharmacy ethics & practice, and am engaged with teaching in this field alongside digital system implementation and health policy more broadly on a number of the department's courses and supervise Master's level projects. My career has been dedicated to designing and developing healthcare services across a wide range of clinical settings in addition to clinical training frameworks for hospital pharmacy. 

My role in the PC-CTU is as Principal Pharmacist and Head of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) Operations for our clinical trials involving Investigational Medicinal Products (IMPs). I originally joined the PC-CTU in May 2020 as the pharmacist on the PRINCIPLE trial, a UK-wide clinical study to find COVID-19 treatments for recovery at home. I now work across a number of clinical trials within the department.

Twitter: @MonaKoshkouei