Dr. Mona Al Moussli

Dr. Mona Al Moussli is a trailblazer in the field of pharmaceutical and medical device regulatory affairs in the Middle East. With over twenty years of experience, she has firmly established herself as a seasoned professional renowned for her unparalleled expertise in navigating the intricacies of healthcare regulations.

Throughout her career, Dr. Al Moussli has demonstrated an unwavering dedication to upholding the highest standards of ethics and compliance within the industry. In 2013, she co-founded PRA Consultancy, a firm that has since become synonymous with regulatory excellence in the region.

Her impact transcends traditional boardroom boundaries as she actively works to shape the future of healthcare regulation through education and advocacy. Notably, Dr. Al Moussli played a pivotal role in the inception of the GCC Regulatory Affairs (RA) Course, a pioneering certification program designed to nurture the next generation of industry experts.

Fueled by her passion for advancing health and safety standards, Dr. Al Moussli has spearheaded numerous initiatives, including the renowned GCC Regulatory Affairs Pharma Summit and other significant gatherings focused on pharmaceutical-related regulations in the region.

Dr. Al Moussli’s commitment to advancing regulatory standards transcends borders, as evidenced by her initiation of the AFRI Summit. This crucial platform facilitates discussions on pharmaceutical and medical device regulations in Africa, fostering knowledge sharing and collaboration among stakeholders to improve healthcare outcomes across the continent.

Beyond her professional achievements, Dr. Al Moussli remains actively involved in community engagement, serving as an advisory board member at Dubai Pharmacy College and lending her expertise to the Women’s Business Council at the Dubai Chamber of Commerce. In recognition of her outstanding contributions, Dr. Mona Al Moussli was elected as a board member of the Emirates Medical Association – Pharmacy chapter for consecutive terms in 2021 and 2022.