Dr. Natasha Nambiar identifies herself as a medical educator and health professional with a love for teaching. She has over 7 years of experience training undergraduate medical, dental, physiotherapy, and nursing students about the lifecycle of a drug- from its clinical development and testing to market approval and its effects on the human body.
She has authored original research and review articles in national and international peer-reviewed journals along with serving as a peer-reviewer. Breaking down complex concepts into bits of take-home information has always been an enjoyable challenge for her. Along the way, she also worked as a freelance medical writer developing case narratives and resource materials for medical communication companies.
Her passion for protecting patient health and drug safety monitoring led her to be on the advisory board of an infection control committee and coordinating pharmacovigilance activities in a community hospital.
Her time in the U.S. has been exploratory- successfully passing U.S. medical licensing exams and tutoring students online. Currently, she is pursuing an online certification in Pharmacovigilance – a trending area that uses a safety database to collect and analyze adverse reaction data from consumers.
Areas of Expertise
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