Mohammed Abou Daya

Mohammed is a paediatric critical care pharmacist who graduated from The School of Pharmacy, University College London in 2012. Since university and throughout his career, Mohammed has undertaken several research, mentoring and teaching programmes, obtaining accredited certificates from King’s College and Health Education England. He has worked across several large teaching hospitals including Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust and is currently at Barts Health NHS Trust.  


Mohammed was previously involved in a Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) steering committee as an advocate for progressing the profession. He joined the NPPG organising team in 2021 as chair of the Paediatric Critical Care specialist interest group.  Mohammed has a passion for child health and development. He is currently a trustee at the Lantern of Hope, a charity that aims to deliver medical education and disease prevention strategies amongst children in Sierra Leone. He has also been a scout leader for over 10 years with a will to empower the next generation.