Dr Khaleel Ahmed MD, DABSM

Speaker's Profile:

Dr Ahmed is ABIM Board certified in Sleep Medicine and Internal Medicine. He completed his Sleep Medicine Fellowship from Norwalk Hospital in 2008 and Internal   Medicine Internship and Residency in 2007 from GBMC Health care, Towson, MD.


Membership in Honorary/Professional Societies

  • American Academy of sleep medicine (AASM)
  • American Medical Association (AMA)
  • Associate of American College of Physicians (ACP). 


Medical License:

  • State of Maryland
  • State of North Carolina


Achievement's:

  • Winner of “Innovation in Business Award” by Cary Chamber of Commerce in May 2012 for outstanding sleep medicine services.


  • Supervised and managed Parkway SleepHealth Center to achieve full accreditation by American Academy of Sleep Medicine 04 -2012. 

     

Research Experience: 


  • Comparison of Oxygen   Desaturation Index, Epworth sleepiness scale, Berlin Questionnaire and   Modified Berlin Questionnaire in Postoperative Patients with Sleep Disordered   Breathing. Khaleel M. Ahmed,   Ian Weir, Christopher Manfredi, Jonathan Fine, Edward B. O'Malley, Mary B.   O'Malley, Stephen M. Winter Norwalk Hospital   Sleep Disorder Center, Section of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine,   Norwalk Hospital, Norwalk, CT, USA.


  • Health care, Sleep Medicine Association of Maryland. Principal Investigator, Dr. Brian Bohner M.D. Pulmonary/Critical care. (Sleep Medicine Association of Maryland,   GBMC Health Care). Validity of SMAM questionnaire for diagnosis of sleep   apnea.

 

  • GBMC Health care, Sleep   Medicine Association of Maryland. Principal Investigator, Dr. Brian Bohner M.D. Pulmonary/Critical care. (Sleep Medicine Association of Maryland,   GBMC Health Care). Impact of pre study acclimatization with Auto Titrating Positive Pressure   (APAP) in patients undergoing nasal CPAP titration. 

  

  • Johns Hopkins University  Hospital, Principal Investigator, Dr Lewis Becker MD FACC. Johns Hopkins Sibling and family heart study. Assessment of asymptomatic   individuals with sibling history of early CAD than those with just a parental   history to develop early atherosclerosis using exercise thallium stress test and coronary artery calcium scoring during a nuclear cardiology and research rotation.


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