Watfa Al-Mamari

Developmental pediatrician
Sultan Qaboos University

Watfa Al-Mamari is a developmental pediatrician who established the first developmental pediatric clinics in Oman in 2011. She has worked closely with academic institutions to ensure that developmental pediatrics is included in the curriculum for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. She has a special interest in autism and led the team to establish a national program in Oman to screen children for autism at 18 months of age.
Al-Mamari graduated from Sultan Qaboos University in Muscat, Oman, and later did her residency and fellowship at McGill University in Montreal, Canada.

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