Nibal Chamoun, B.S. Pharm, Pharm.D., BCPS

Clinical Assistant Professor
Clinical Coordinator, LAU Medical Center-Rizk Hospital
Pharmacy Practice
Campus: Byblos
LAU Extension: 2407
Office Location: CHSC 6115

Dr. Chamoun joined the Lebanese American University School of Pharmacy in October 2012. She is also a pharmacy Clinical Coordinator at the LAU Medical Center-Rizk Hospital, the primary teaching Hospital for the Lebanese American University schools of Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy. Dr. Chamoun came from UMass Memorial Medical Center, Worcester, Massachusetts where she was a Clinical Pharmacist in the Emergency Department.

Education and Training

  • B.S. in Pharmacy, Lebanese American University School of Pharmacy, Byblos
  • Pharm.D., Lebanese American University School of Pharmacy, Byblos
  • PGY1 residency, Beth Israel Medical Center, New York
  • PGY2 specialty residency in Cardiology and Anticoagulation, UMass Memorial Medical Center, Worcester

Board Certification

  • Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist (BCPS)

Scholarly Interests

  • Anticoagulation, cardiology, and critical care

Selected Publications

  • Naoum JJ, Chamoun NR, Patel MS, Street TK, Haydar M, Bismuth J, et al. Elevated heparin-induced antibodies are more common in diabetic patients with vascular disease. Thrombosis 2014;2014:649652. doi:10.1155/2014/649652.

  • Zeitoun AA, Dimassi HI, Chami BA, Chamoun NR. Acute pain management and assessment: are guidelines being implemented in developing countries (Lebanon). J Eval Clin Pract 2013;19:833-839.