Dr. Riyadh holds a PhD in Public Health from Imperial College School of Public Health. He also holds masters in international health management from Imperial College Business School. He is an honorary research fellow at Imperial College London and held a position as a visiting scientist at Harvard University. Dr. Alshamsan is a winner of the British Chevening scholarship awards.
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