Dr. Noof Alwatban

Assistant Professor of Public Health Program
Dr. Alwatban is a physician and an academic. She has earned a Master’s in public health, community oriented primary care shortly after she earned a Doctoral degree  in public health, health policy from the George Washington University. She is passionate about the regulatory role Saudi Arabia plays in decreasing unfavorable health outcomes. She is also interested in infectious control and environmental health studies. She has experience in working in both national and international organizations. She has worked for 2 years in the department of health (DOH) in the U.S under the Bureau of epidemiology. She is experienced in teaching several courses including but not limited to Disease prevention and control, Emergency preparedness, Environmental health studies and Qualitative study designs.
Birth Date


Public health, Community oriented primary care (COPC), Health policy

Work Experience

-Assistant Professor
College of Public Health and Health Informatics

-Teaching Assistant
The George Washington University

-Research Assistant
Pennsylvania Department of Health


-Doctor of Public Health (DrPH)
The George Washington University

-Masters of Public Health (MPH)
The George Washington University

-Medical Degree (MD)
Arabian Gulf University