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Mustafa Atee

About Mustafa

Research student and entrepreneur Mustafa Atee graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Pharmacy in 2005 and worked full-time as a community pharmacist for 7 years.

He later returned to pursue postgraduate studies, undertaking a Graduate Diploma in Clinical Pharmacy and Master in Clinical Pharmacy. He became a sessional academic teaching Pharmacy Practice and Evidence Informed Health Practice.

Mustafa recently won the Ci2016 Innovation Leader Scholarship, making him one of only nine Australians who have the opportunity to present their innovations to the world elite business leaders at Creative Innovation Asia Pacific 2016.

He has also won the Perth Convention Bureau 2016 WA Innovator of The Year Travel Award, a National iAward Finalist for Best Project of the Year 2016, and Australian Computer Society Disruptor Awards 2016 Finalist for ICT Researcher of the Year.

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