For the past 15 years, Dr. Boubker Naouri has worked as a public health worker and medical researcher. Dr. Naouri currently works with Palm Beach County Health Department.
His career began as Medical director for the Department of Immunization at the Pasteur Institute in Casablanca, Morocco, where he was in charge of childhood, travelers' and rabies immunizations. Eight years later, he was promoted to the Ministry of Health to supervise the National Laboratory Network while strengthening the surveillance and control of infectious diseases.
In 1992, Dr. Naouri graduated from Emory University, School of Public Health with a major in Epidemiology. He then began work with the managing a technical staff of 200, Dr. Nauori conducted applied research works related to infectious diseases and other public health issues. During his work with the National Institute of Health, he served as a consultant to Pfizer Inc., Department of Medical Research, in Morocco. Dr. Naouri analyzed data from several clinical trials to measure the efficacy and safety of drugs.
Additionally, Dr. Naouri provided consultation on the design and analysis of several epidemiological studies while serving as Director of Epidemiology and Disease Control.
Dr. Naouri is married and has two daughters: Nadia Naouri 17 years old, who will soon be a registered nurse and lives with him in West Palm; and Yasmine Naouri, who is attending Valencia for an AA in Business and Management and is working at Vistana resort, managing one of its restaurants.