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Dr Seba Attia

Lecturer In Pharmacology

I am a passionate educator dedicated to teaching and supporting undergraduate and postgraduate students. My experience in academia reflects my commitment to advancing knowledge and nurturing healthcare professionals.


I am a lecturer in Clinical Pharmacology, with a dedicated academic career that began in 2012. After obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Medicine and Surgery with distinction from the Faculty of Medicine, I was appointed at the same university.

I further pursued my career and education in clinical pharmacology, completing a Master’s degree in 2015, where I explored the cell signalling of metformin in liver diseases. in 2019, I earned my MD degree, focusing on comparing the roles of metformin and alagebrium in metabolic syndrome.

I am currently an Honorary Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacology at the William Harvey Research Institute, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry at Queen Mary University of London. Alongside teaching, I am passionate about research with a particular interest in molecular pharmacology.


  • MBBCh, Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, 2011
  • MSc (Pharma), Master’s degree in Pharmacology, 2015
  • MD (Pharma), Doctorate degree in Pharmacology, 2019