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Medical Internal Medicine

Location:
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Posted:
January 07, 2018

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CURRICULUM VITAE FOR

KUSHAL SHAH, MD

Date **th June 2017

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Contact Information

Address: ****, ********** ****. ***. ***, Auburn Hills, MI 48307 Cell Phone: (719)- 271-5677

Email: ac3x3d@r.postjobfree.com

Office Address: 1101 W. University Drive, 2 South, Rochester, MI 48307 Other Personal Information

Citizenship: India

Visa Status: J-1

Gender: Male

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS

Step 1 : 227

Step 2 CK: 240

Step 2 CS: Pass

Step 3 : 234

TOEFL : 106/120

EDUCATION

Medical School: Rural Medical College of Pravara Medical Trust, Loni, India Internship: J.J. Hospital Group of Hospitals, Mumbai, India Degree: M.B.B.S

Dates: 2007- 2013

POST-GRADUATE TRAINING

Institution: Wayne State University, Rochester, MI Position: Resident, Internal Medicine

HONORS/AWARDS

Short Term Studentship (STS) Program in the field of Oncology which is an undergraduate research project approved by the Indian Council of Medical Research in July 2010

MAJOR PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

Maharashtra Medical Board, India

American College of Physicians

American Medical Association

Society of General Internal Medicine

MEDICAL LICENSURE

Professional Medical License from Maharashtra Medical Board, India. Michigan Education Limited and Controlled Substance License. Provider for Basic Life Support; American Heart Association. Provider for Advanced Cardiac Life Support; American Heart Association. Fundamental Critical Care Support (FCCS), Society of Critical Care Medicine. COMMITTEE SERVICE

Committee Name/Role: Utilization Committee, resident representative. Dates of Service: July 2015 – Present

Committee Name/Role: Code blue and Rapid Response Committee, resident representative.

Dates of Service: July 2015 – July 2016

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

Student Educational Noon Conferences on Basic EKG and Congestive Heart Failure. PUBLICATIONS

1. A case of hypoglycemia- induced QT prolongation leading to torsade de pointes and a review of pathophysiological mechanisms. Faris Hannoodi; Hashim Alwash; Kushal Shah; Israa Ali; Sarwan Kumar; Khalid Zakaria.

Department of Internal Medicine, Crittenton Hospital, Wayne State University. Clincs and Practice 2017; volume 7:960.

2. Development of Indigenous Hospital based Rural Cancer Registry and Assessment of pattern of cancer cases in Pravara Rural Hospital for the year 2008-2009.

Shah KA.

Australasian Medical Journal. 2012 Jan; 5(1): 103. Publication Status: Published. First author, responsible for the scientific content of the work, writing, editing and proofing the entire paper.

POSTER / CASE REPORT PRESENTATIONS

1. Multi-drug resistant Acinetobacter baumannii and Multiple Sclerosis: when conventional treatment fails.

Kushal Shah; Muhammad Ali; Sarwan Kumar. Department of Internal Medicine ACP Michigan May 2017.

2. Diabetic Foot Ulcer: An Unlikely Source of Spinal Epidural Abscess Muhammad Ali; Erika Olsen; Stephen Lerner; Omar Al Hourani; Kushal Shah. Department of Infectious Disease, Detroit Medical Center. ACP Michigan 2017

3. Plastic bronchitis (PB) complicated with pneumomediastinum and pneumopericardium in a young female: A rare complication of status asthmaticus

Kushal Shah; Maliha Naseer; Sarwan Kumar. Department of Internal Medicine SGIM Annual Meeting, Washington D.C. April 2017

4. An interesting case of Cor triatum dexter facilitating paradoxical embolism and ischemic stroke

Rudin Gjeka; Milford B; Geaorge A; Abdledsalam M; Mekala K; Shah K; Patel k; Reddy C.S. Department of Cardiology

ACC Annual Scientific Session March 2017

5. Coma: The Presenting Symptom of a Bilateral Thalamic Stroke Involving the Artery of Percheron.

Kushal Shah; Shahniwaz Labana; Jandark Yuseif; Alaeddin Maeza. Department of Internal Medicine

Society of General Internal Medicine, Hollywood, May 2016. 6. Coma: The Presenting Symptom of a Bilateral Thalamic Stroke Involving the Artery of Percheron.

Kushal Shah; Shahniwaz Labana; Jandark Yuseif; Alaeddin Maeza. Department of Internal Medicine

Michigan Association for Physicians of Indian Heritage (MAPI), Jan 2016 RESEARCH

Poster Presentation

1. Success rate of In-hospital cardiopulmonary resuscitation at Community hospital medical center; both at the end of CPR and at discharge for the hospital.

Kushal Shah; Farris Hannodi; Marwah Hussein; Muhammad Ali; Sarwan Kumar. Department of Internal Medicine

SEMCME, Novi, Michigan in May 2017.

2. Adverse effects of steroid therapy on cardiac events Faris Hannoodi; Tiba Alwardi; Hashim Alwash; Kushal Shah; Rudi Gjeka; Sarwan Kumar. Department of Internal Medicine, Crittenton Hospital ACP Michigan May 2017

3. Development of Indigenous Hospital based Rural Cancer Registry and Assessment of pattern of cancer cases in Pravara Rural Hospital for the year 2008-2009.

Kushal Shah; Nandini Ramaswamy. Department of Radio-Oncology Poster presented at: Medicon 2011; Mumbai, India.

Oral Presentation

4. A Cross sectional study of knowledge and awareness of Hospital Acquired Infections among nurses of Pravara Rural Hospital. Kushal Shah; Nandini Ramaswamy; D.B. Phalke. Department of Preventive and Social Medicine.

Community Medicine Conference, 2009, PIMS, India.

5. An Interventional study of knowledge regarding Medical and Ethical aspects of Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation among medical students. Kushal Shah; Nandini Ramaswamy; D.B. Phalke. Department of Preventive and Social Medicine.

Community Medicine Conference, 2010, PIMS, India.

Currently in Process

6. Correlation between Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Atrial Fibrillation with Dr. Kaspar, Dr. Sanam and Dr. Shah at St. John Providence Hospital QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS

1. Inappropriate use of Cardiac Telemetry. (PDSA 1). Larry McMann; Salwan Al Mutar; Kushal Shah; Sarwan Kumar. Department of Internal Medicine.

Michigan Summit on Quality Improvement & Patient Safety on June 2017. 2. Inappropriate use of Cardiac Telemetry. (PDSA 2) Kushal Shah; Sana Chams; Salwan Al Mutar; Sarwan Kumar. Department of Internal Medicine.

Michigan Summit on Quality Improvement & Patient Safety on May 2017. OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS:

1. Participated and Certified at Fundamental Critical Care Support (FCCS) Workshop at St. John Providence in May 2016.

2. Participated in a training workshop on “Emergency Medicine and Disaster Preparedness” conducted by KEM Hospital in collaboration with University of Southern California and FLYINGDOC Incorporation.

3. Participated in an Evidence based Medicine workshop at Medicon 2011, the 4th International Conference of Medical Student’s Research held at J.J. Hospital. 4. Accepted to the International Summer School of Oncology held in Vienna which is in collaboration with WHO center for Cancer Education. 5. Participated in a Comprehensive Abortion Care workshop at Pravara Rural Hospital.

6. Delegate at the CME on Multidisciplinary Management of Ischemic Heart Disease and Hypertension held by the Dept. of Anesthesiology and Critical Care at Pravara Rural Hospital.

7. Volunteered in free medical camps and blood donation drives carried out in villages located in the vicinity of Pravara Rural Hospital, Loni, India. 8. Volunteered for adopting five under privileged families from a village which was adopted by Pravara Rural Hospital for a project aimed to improve community health.

9. Assistant editor of the College Newspaper- Campus Report LANGUAGES

English: Advanced

Hindi: Native

Gujarati: Advanced



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