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Ph.D., M.D., MSc

Associate Professor


Huda Tawfik, M.D., Ph.D., is an associate professor of Pharmacology working within the Foundational Sciences discipline of the CMU College of Medicine. She was previously working with the Medical College of Georgia as an assistant professor of pharmacology and a medical educator. During her work at MCG, she has had success in developing a curriculum which integrates pharmacology with clinical contents. She utilized active learning techniques, such as Team-Based Learning, Case-Based, and Problem-Based Learning to enhance the understanding of pharmacology within clinical contexts. She also uses a high-fidelity simulation activity to teach hard topics in pharmacology and therapeutics, such as antiarrhythmic medications and antibiotics use in infectious diseases. Dr. Tawfik is involved in multiple collaborative undergraduate medical education research projects. Dr. Tawfik's current research interests include teaching clinical reasoning to medical students using PBL instruction and developing curricular activities for the Pharmacology EPAs using case-based instruction. Recently, Dr. Tawfik developed a model to teach Value-Based Practice to M1 and M2 in the Medicine and Society course. The article was accepted at the Clinical Teacher journal and a workshop was presented at the IME meeting in the Innovations in Medical Education Conference (IME), Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, Los Angeles in 2020. She also developed a practical method for educators to teach social accountability in medical education. The work was presented at the IME 2022 meeting.


Ph.D., Pharmacology, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, United States of America
M.Sc., Pharmacology, Suez Canal University, Ismailia, Egypt
M.B.B.Ch., Medical Doctor, Suez Canal University, Ismailia, Egypt