About the Founder
Dr. Danawi is a Professor in Global Public Health and Epidemiology. He is actively engaged in industry-wide projects relating to remote consulting, Higher Education (face to face and online master and doctoral programs in Public Health/Healthcare Administration), Clinical Trial Design and Management. Dr. Danawi created the “Arab Board for Clinical Research” to advocate for the inclusion, staffing and education of Arabs in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, and Arab Americans in clinical research and to promote the use of Decentralized Clinical Trials (DCTs). Dr. Danawi is engaged in Scientific Writing and Legal Support to provide proof of causation based on Bradford Hill criteria.
Dr. Danawi has expertise with Pharmaco-epidemiology and Drug Safety/Pharmacovigilance with major Pharma including outcomes research and real world evidence. Dr. Danawi is passionate about creating positive social change in underserved communities in Africa and the Middle East. This passion is materialized with an established U.S. 501 (C) 3 federal exempt not for profit organization with chapters in Lebanon and Ghana to provide technical assistance to projects implementation, curriculum development and training of local associates for self-reliance in diseases prevention (including tropical diseases), health services (medical and mobile primary healthcare clinics with medication assistance programs), telehealth, family and community health initiatives. These initiatives include refugee (Syrian, Iraqis and Palestinian) health, youth development, vocational training, nursing training, scholarships, and support of orphanages.