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Angelene van der Westhuizen BPharm: University of Otago MSc specialising in Pharmacology: University of Pretoria. Worked in New Zealand, United Kingdom and South Africa as a pharmacist. Previously employed as a lecturer in pharmacology at University of Pretoria and currently a Senior Clinical Pharmacist at Auckland Hospital New Zealand.