Khalid Eljaaly

assistant professor and infectious
disease/antibiotic stewardship pharmacist in faculty of pharmacy, head of health
interprofessional research branch in the university vice-presidency for development, and
head of research unit in the health promotion center at King Abdulaziz University

Biography

Khalid Eljaaly, PharmD, MS, BCPS, BCIDP is an assistant professor and infectious
disease/antibiotic stewardship pharmacist in faculty of pharmacy, head of health
interprofessional research branch in the university vice-presidency for development, and
head of research unit in the health promotion center at King Abdulaziz University,
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. He is also an honorary research fellow in college of pharmacy at
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA. Dr. Eljaaly graduated with a PharmD degree
from King Abdulaziz University. He completed his PGY1 pharmacy practice residency at
SEMC, a Tuft-University affiliated hospital and his PGY2 infectious disease pharmacy
residency at BIDMC, a Harvard Medical School-affiliated hospital in Boston, MA, USA.
Then, he completed both antibiotic stewardship pharmacy fellowship and Master of
Science in clinical translational sciences at University of Arizona. He is a member of the
social media committee and board certification in infectious disease pharmacotherapy
(BCIDP) recertification program committee in the Society of Infectious Diseases
Pharmacists, a member of the research affairs committee in the American College of
Clinical Pharmacy, a member of the external affairs committee in the Society of
Healthcare Epidemiology of America, and a member of the editorial advisory board of
ContagionĀ®. Dr. Eljaaly has publications in top-ranked journals and received several
international awards. His Twitter handle is @khalideljaaly.