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Lion Healthcare Strategies

Lion Healthcare has discovered technology and know-how to solve this challenge. Using a proprietary bioactive fish peptide composition, we target blood glucose- and energy metabolism in the body and help people in the danger zone to develop diabetes 2 to prevent the disease. In addition, our solution can be supplementary to the medical treatment scheme for diabetes 2 patients to help keep their blood sugar level under better control.

The Vision

The vision of Lion Healthcare is to improve the quality of life through world-class innovation.


PerformRx is a pharmacy benefits manager (PBM) dedicated to clinical culture, boutique service, and holistic solutions. Our mission is to help clients, providers and members use effective medication therapy to improve health and wellness. For over two decades, our focus has been on providing optimal service through a clinical culture that seeks to provide members with high-quality care while ensuring our partners receive favorable costs. That culture is reflected in our employees—more than 80 percent of our staff members are pharmacists and pharmacy technicians—and in the services we provide.



Howard University College of Pharmacy

Howard University was founded in 1867.  Soon after, Pharmacy instruction at Howard University began in the “Department of Medicine” in 1868.  The initial program, held in the evening, offered students a “knowledge of the art and science of pharmacy”.Since this early beginning, the College of Pharmacy has been among the leaders in the preparation of individuals for rewarding careers in pharmacy.

The College of Pharmacy currently offers an entry-level four-year Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree program, a two-year post-B.S. Pharm.D. degree program, a Non-traditional Pharm.D. degree program, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Pharmaceutical Sciences.

EPPAD Pharmaceuticals

EPPAD Pharmaceuticals is a prominent investment arm of Ethio-American pharmaceutical experts and other interested individuals who share a common purpose of developing, manufacturing, and distributing quality-assured, affordable generic medicines for the Ethiopian market.  It is also in the portfolio of the business to build pioneering import and distribution business. The company aims to improve access to essential and quality-assured medicines that are affordable and make a meaningful difference to the health of the public.


Dr Raniya Al-Matari

Raniya Ali Al-Matari was born in the United States to a Yemini father and Ethiopian mother and raised in the Middle East capital of Saudi Arabia, Riyadh. She attendant various international schools in Saudi Arabia where, she met students and colleagues from around the globe. Her curiosity, and willingness to befriend and communicate effectively with her new-found friends, allowed her to eventually learn and become fluent in the five different languages of English, Arabic, Amharic, Tigrinya, and Urdu.

After graduating from high school, she moved to Jordan to study pharmacy at Jordan University of Science and technology and completed her degree in 2008. She moved to Alexandria, Virginia, so that she could pursue a Ph.D. degree in Pharmacy Administration. Shecompleted her Dissertation entitled Development and Validation of an Amharic version Simplified Medication Adherence Questionnaire and its use in the assessment of medication adherence predictors among persons of Ethiopian descent. Additionally, Raniya was a Research & Teaching Assistant, a member of the Howard University, Student Chapter of American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS), and a member of the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics & Outreach (ISPOR). Raniya is a Board-Certified Pharmacist in Saudi Arabia and Board-Certified Pharmacy Technician in the US. She was the recipient of the Chauncey Ira Cooper Scholarship from the Howard University Alumni Association, and the Mordecai Wyatt Johnson Award from the Howard University’s, Donor Scholarship. She is currently teaching at Howard University as a Biostatistics instructor to the freshman and sophomore students in the National Workforce Pipeline Program. She also works in different projects using several secondary analyses. She’s research interests include pharmacoepidemiology, health outcome research, and secondary data analysis.