Graduated from the University of South Alabama (USA) in 2008 as respiratory therapist, master in respiratory leadership from University of Evansville, Indiana, USA and finished with PhD in 2014 from University college London (Respiratory medicine UK), Work as a clinical research fellow at COPD Research Group, National Heart & Lung Institute, Imperial College London, he was appointed assistant professor in Respiratory therapy at BMC and head of program in 2016.
My primary research interest is in COPD exacerbations, with a particular focus on influence of weather and atmospheric pollution on patients with COPD, The relationship between exercise capacity and Inflammatory Markers at COPD Exacerbation, recovery and time course of exacerbation.
Graduated from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (USA) in 2011 as respiratory therapist, a Master degree in Interdisciplinary Studies major in Polysomonography from Texas State University, Texas and finished with PhD Health Science in 2018 from Seton Hall University. Member of National Honor Society for Allied Health (Alpha ETA) . Joined BMC as an assistant professor in Respiratory therapy in 2019.
Sleep related breathing disorders, with a particular focus on obstructive sleep apnea.
(2014) Bachelor’s degree from King Saud University in Riyadh as a Respiratory Therapist.
(2019) AARC Certificate of Pulmonary Disease Educator.
(2020) Master of Science Degree from Georgia State University USA, Georgia.