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This is my great honor to be chosen as a travel scholarship to joint FIP Congress in Bangkok, Thailand this year 2014. I would like to send a very profound thanks to WPPF and FIP Executive Committee members for giving me this opportunity to intergrade myself to the pharmaceutical profession internally.

I am so exited to be one of the FIP/WPPF travel grant scholars because I believe that this experience would provide me a very large knowledge globally and especially in the academic and community pharmacy as well as in the pharmaceutical profession as a whole.

After attending several meeting with Asian Young Pharmacist Group, I earned a lot of new idea of what other young pharmacists around Asia were trying to do to help promoting this profession. I do appreciate to meet other YPG in the FIP congress, which would be another chapter to upgrade my understanding.

I passionately enjoy the practice of two years in the pharmaceutical industry and distribution, in pharmaceutical academic in a very young age soon after I graduated. Graining enough experiences to be about to understand the pharmaceutical situation in my own country, I found out that the topic of the FIP World Congress 2014 this year: “Access to medicines and pharmacists today, better out comes tomorrow” is what Cambodia need as a developing country. Pharmacists always play an important and direct role to deliver all information about drugs to patients. If the services provided to community are not patient oriented but profit so the out comes would be the disaster.

With the strong ambitious of forming a Cambodian Young Pharmacist Group, this FIP World Congress would be a great opportunity for me to bring back the new scenario supporting this expectation. I will serve as a conduit of knowledge and information to our local pharmacist association for a better future health care provider.

 

 

Summary of CV

 

EXPERIENCE:

Lecturer of organic and analytical chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Health Sciences, Phnom Penh.

2012-2013              Deputy quality manager, Pharmaproduct Manufacturing (PPM), Phnom Penh.

Lecturer of organic and analytical chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Health Sciences, Phnom Penh.

2011 (2 months)     Technical assistance, Phytochemistry Laboratory (UHS/PFRI), Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Health Sciences, Phnom Penh.

2010-2011              Lecturer of mineral chemistry and toxicology, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Health Sciences, Phnom Penh.

2009-2010              Lecturer of analytic chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Health Sciences, Phnom Penh.

2008-2009              Intern (DES: Diplôme des Etudes Spécialisées),

Subject: « Isolation of the alkaloids from Eurycoma longifolia Jack ». Phytochemistry laboratory (UHS/PFRI), Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Health Sciences, Phnom Penh.

2007-2008              Intern (Year 5 in Pharmacy faculty) on « Manufacturing processes and quality control of drug  » in pharmaceutical manufacturers, Phnom Penh.

$12006-2007                             Intern (Year 4 in Pharmacy faculty) in biological laboratory in hospitals de Phnom Penh.

2005-2006                  Intern (Year 3 in Pharmacy faculty) on « Storing and dispensing the drug »in hospital’s pharmacies, Phnom Penh.

EDUCATION:

Subject: « Synthesis and reactivity of diethyl acynyl phosphonate: application in organic synthesis ».

Subject: « Bioguide fractionation of Eurycoma logifolia Jack ».

MBA Major in Management, Pannasastra University of Cambodia, Phnom Penh.