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Dr. Osman is certified in Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and has been elected a fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. Completed a residency training at SIU-in Illinois, USA and a research fellowship in Clinical Psychopharmacology at the National Institute of Mental health (NIMH) in Bethesda, Maryland. Academic career focused on bridging clinical research and practice through community clinical, research, and educational program development and had an extensive and diverse international experience. At USF in Tampa, Florida he developed the Psychiatric research program at the Bay Pines VAMC. At SIU he helped develop the academic research program in developmental disabilities in Illinois. At Mercer University in Georgia, he developed the mental health community-wide programs in Substance abuse, mental health and developmental disabilities. In Saudi Arabia, he helped develop the substance abuse and addiction services for the western region of the Kingdom through his capacity as the Medical Director of Al-Amal Hospital-Jeddah 1999-2004. In the UAE research activities emphasized epidemiologic community studies in the primary care and interdisciplinary clinical outcomes research. Organizational involvement; a past president of American-Arab Psychiatric Association, member of scientific/executive councils for the Arab Board of Psychiatry and chairperson for its Committee on Curriculum/Accreditation/Credentialing.