Besides committing to understand all the aspects of pharmacy, Sherif El-Refai gained experience in developing and submitting Business plans that incorporated pharmacy services into pre existing medical departments. He even completed independent research for the American Journal of Health-System Pharmacists and gained experience to hold a position of pharmacist from 2011-2012.
Since his earning as Doctor of Pharmacy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel hill (UNC-CH) in 2011, Sherif El-Refai gained professional experience in his role as pharmacist in Jersey City. As a UNC_CH student, Sherif El-Refai maintained a dean’s listing distinction, remarkably gaining determination to the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Additionally he served as a member of the Clinical Discussion Group of Muslim Student Association.
Sherif El-Refai further initiated his UNC-CH research in 2005, where he finished his Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences and then later worked towards a doctorate on the Eshelman School of Pharmacy. During his course he received diverse professional experience serving as a Pharmacy Technician with Eckerd's Pharmacy from 2006 to 2007.
Sherif El-Refai undertook numerous clerkships during his course of studies, initially completing his Introductory Hospital Experience Rotation at WakeMed Hospitals in Raleigh in 2008 where he subsequently finished his clerkships in the diverse practice areas of hematology/oncology, ambulatory care, inpatient remedy, and ICU trauma.
Sherif El-Refai even contributed to the advancement of his field through numerous research and by writing projects. Collaborating with his pharmacy supervisor, he researched and composed pamphlet for patients titled as “Daily Training Regimen for the Elderly.” he also created brochures on”Medication Therapy Management Services” and gave a presentation discussing the benefits of community partnerships.