Iman A. Hakim
University of Arizona
Iman Hakim is a professor of public health and the Dean of the University of Arizona College of Public Health. She is internationally known for her translational research on the role of bioactive food compounds in modulation of oxidative damage and prevention of chronic diseases. She has been the Principal Investigator of several large-scale clinical trials focused on nutrition and cancer prevention. Dr. Hakim earned her medical degree from Cairo University in Egypt and her PhD from Ain-Shams University in Cairo, Egypt. She received her MPH degree in Preventive Medicine from the University of Arizona, College of Medicine.