Dr. Muhammad Abdul Malik of Batch 2014 was a position holder and his supervisor at the Department of Internal Medicine at St. Michael’s Hospital, Anand Anju writes,
He is very approachable and an excellent trainee, keen, knowledgeable and good team player. He is also motivated to learn and thoughtful. Thorough, careful, diligent and able to capture all relevant and key information
Dr. Fawad Shahid
One of our Best Graduate Dr. Fawad Shahid of Batch 2013 is currently serving as R-3 Resident at Ascension St.Jhon Hospital , USA . He was a position holder and has been received multiple accolades from the residency program His Program Director Raymond C. Hilu writes
Dr. Fawad Shahid is an ideal resident. In addition to his exemplary skill level as a Physician, he always meet all his professional responsibilities and administrative deadlines. He has an outstanding level of medical knowledge and patient management skills. His clinical skills and clinical judgments are advanced for his level of training.
Dr. Muhammad Muzammil Edhi
One of our bright student Dr. Muhammad Muzammil Edhi of Batch 2013 is presently serving at Rhode Island Hospital and Brown University, Providence, RI, United States, as Research Fellow, Brown Institute for Neuroscience, Department of Neurosurgery.
He has had great reviews from all supervisors he had worked with.
His supervisor Adnan Sadiq, MD Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Cardiothoracic Surgery, Divisions of Cardiothoracic Anesthesia and Critical Care, Washington University School of Medicine writes,
I had the opportunity to supervise Muzzammil, when he did an elective in Anesthesiology at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis.
My impressions of Muzzammil are as follows:
He is professional, courteous, and detail-oriented.
He has a solid command of the English language and communicates clearly and articulately.
He follows directions well (for example, he successfully and safely intubated a number of patients in the operating room under my direction).
He actively participates in conferences and lectures.
He is inquisitive and thoughtful and asks good questions.
He has the drive and discipline to become a successful physician-scientist.
He further says,
I believe Muzammil will prove to be a hardworking, enthusiastic and capable young scholar. I have no doubt that he will be an asset to whichever program acquires him.
Philip F. Stahel, MD, FACS, Director , Department of Orthopedics, Denver Health Medical Center and Editor-in-Chief of the peer reviewed open-access journal “Patient Safety in Surgery” writes,
I consider Muhammad an outstanding and charismatic young colleague and I am highly impressed by his extensive knowledge as a Researcher. I found Muhammad to be an eager learner who reviewed and discussed cases with a focus on the most recent evidence from the medical literature
His supervisor Dr. Carl Y. Saab, MS,MA, Ph.D. Director, Pain and Neural Circuits at Rhode Island Hospital and Brown University, Department of Neuroscience & Department of Neurosurgery writes,
Dr. Edhi’s work is instrumental to the success of long-term research projects that he is leading under my direct supervision.
His mentor Brain LeBlanc, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Surgery (Research), Brown University writes,
Dr. Edhi has consistently proven to be able to perform the required experimental procedures in the lab with accuracy and proficiency. His self-driven contribution to our research has been invaluable. No matter the complexity of the experimental protocol, he has proven himself totally dedicated, completely reliable and highly skilled