Suzanne Soliman, PharmD, BCMAS

Chief Academic Officer
  New York, NY
Dr. Suzanne Soliman is currently the Chief Academic Officer at the Accreditation Council for Medical Affairs (ACMA). She was the former Associate Dean & Associate Professor at Touro College of Pharmacy. Prior to that she was Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy. Prior to this position, she worked as Medical Science Liaison and National Information Manager in the pharmaceutical industry at Abbott Laboratories in the Medical Affairs Group. Dr. Soliman earned her PharmD from the University of Illinois at Chicago and completed a Primary Care Pharmacy Practice Residency at Midwestern University Chicago College of Pharmacy. Her practice interests include pharmacy education, lipids, diabetes, and women’s health..

In her current role, Dr. Soliman is responsible for ensuring that the educational programs offered by the ACMA adhere to the highest standards of excellence. Additionally, she spearheads several research initiatives as well as partnering and collaborating with other organizations within the medical affairs community.

John Mikhail, MD

Medical Advisor
  Rutgers University-Robert Wood Johnson University Medical Center      Previous: Jersey Shore University Medical Center
Dr. John Mikhail is a trained pulmonary & critical care physician. His role at the ACMA is to provide medical advisory services. He also assists the ACMA in bridging the gap between the needs of the medical community and the overall mission of the ACMA. He also provides important oversight of the BCMAS program ensuring that it is up to date and continuously improved to meet the needs of medical affairs professionals who partner with academic centers of excellence. He earned his BA in Psychology from Rutgers University and his MD from Ross University School of Medicine.

Sarah Basmadjian, BS

Associate, Academic Programming
  Greater New York Area
Sarah is involved in organizing and coordinating, all logistical aspects of ACMA certificate program offerings. She also routinely incorporates student feedback to ensure continuous improvement for all of our programs on an ongoing basis.

Sarah received her bachelor’s degree in integrative neuroscience from Binghamton University.