Author name: Gulnara Mirzaeva

Gulnara Mirzaeva

brings a unique blend of economic expertise and journalistic skill to her role as a pharmaceutical industry specialist at Mister Blister.

Gulnara Mirzaeva

Armed with a Bachelor's Degree in Economics from the prestigious Tashkent State University of Economics, Gulnara honed her financial acumen working at Xalq Banki and other leading institutions. 

 

This solid grounding in economics and finance provides her with invaluable insights into the business dynamics of the pharmaceutical sector.

 

Transitioning her career towards journalism, Gulnara now specializes in providing in-depth coverage and analysis of the pharmaceutical industry landscape. 

 

Her focus areas include pharmaceutical business operations, supply chain and distribution networks, retail pharmacy development, and the evolving legislative environment impacting healthcare and medicine in Uzbekistan.

 

Based in Tashkent, Gulnara balances her professional pursuits with an active lifestyle. An avid hiker and traveler, she enjoys exploring the great outdoors with her husband and two children, allowing her to bring a well-rounded, practical perspective to her writing.

 

Gulnara's unique combination of economic and industry knowledge, coupled with her journalistic skills, makes her a vital asset to Mister Blister. Her contributions are instrumental in keeping readers informed about the complex, ever-evolving pharmaceutical sector in Uzbekistan and beyond.

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