Dr. Noora Alhajri is a Clinician-Scientist who received her training in the United States of America and Ireland. She earned her Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree from the prestigious Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland (RCSI) with first class honors (H1:1). Following her graduation, she got accepted at the George Washington University where she accomplished her Master of Public Health Degree (MPH) with a GPA (4.00/4.00). During her MPH training she got accepted at the World Health Organization (WHO) where she worked with a team of international leaders and developed a tool to promote the Social Accountability of Medical Education (I-SAT). She then received a grant from the National Institute of Health (NIH) in Baltimore, Maryland, to pursue her post-doctoral fellowship training at the prestigious Johns Hopkins University (JHU) division of Vascular Surgery, and Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism. Dr. Alhajri also worked as a visiting scientist at the Division of Cardiovascular Science at the NIH. During her Post-Doc fellowship training she published several scientific papers in international peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Alhajri was recently accepted as a fellow in training at the American Heart Association (FIT-AHA). Currently she’s working as a course co-director and instructor of Epidemiology and Population Health. Dr. Alhajri is interested in researching Peripheral Artery Disease in Woman, the mechanism of Heart Failure, Acute Coronary Syndrome in young individuals, and topics related to Diabetic Foot Ulcers.