Nafisa Ibrahim Babba

Bayero University Kano

I hope this message finds you well, my name is Dr. Nafisa Ibrahim Babba, and I hold a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree from Bayero University Kano, Nigeria. I am passionate about pharmacology and committed to advancing healthcare in my community and beyond. One of the highlights of my academic journey was the publication of my research article in the Q1 Journal of Antibiotics. This accomplishment underscored my dedication to contributing valuable insights to the field of pharmacy. In addition to my scholarly pursuits, I have actively engaged with the academic community through participation in local and international conference. Notably, I had the privilege of presenting my research at the West African Society for Pharmacology (WASP) conference. It was a rewarding experience to share my findings and engage with fellow professionals in discussions about the latest advancements in pharmacology and more. I am proud to be a member of WASP, where I continue to collaborate with peers to drive innovation and excellence in the field. Furthermore, I had the opportunity to extend my reach beyond borders by participating in a virtual presentation hosted in the United Kingdom. This experience broadened my perspective and allowed me to connect with professionals from diverse backgrounds, enriching my understanding of global healthcare challenges and solutions. My journey as a pharmacist is driven by a deep sense of responsibility to improve patient care and healthcare outcomes. I am committed to leveraging my expertise and experiences to mentor aspiring pharmacists and advocate for policies that promote access to quality healthcare services, particularly in underserved communities.