SHAROON QAISER, MBBS

Office Address

Department of Neurology 
University of Kentucky Medical Center
KY Clinic, J-401
Lexington, KY 40536-0284

Personal Statement

Dr. Qaiser was raised in Pakistan and attended King Edward Medial College. As a medical student, Dr. Qaiser often wondered about the possibilities of the ever-changing field of neurology. Dr. Qaiser enjoys working with children and advocating for those who cannot advocate for themselves. After residency, Dr. Qaiser sees himself in the mission field, bringing care and compassion to those who need it most.  In his free time he likes reading books, with C.S. Lewis and Charles Spurgeon being his favorite writers. He likes listening to baroque and classic music. G.F. Handel is his favorite composer.

Medical School

2005, MBBS, King Edward Medical College, Lahore, Pakistan

Residency

2016 to present, Child Neurology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

2014 to 2016,  Pediatrics, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

2009 to 2014, Internal Medicine, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Lahore, Pakistan

2006 to 2007, Internal Medicine/Pediatrics, Abbasi Shaheed Hospital, Karachi, Pakistan

2005 to 2006, Surgery/General, Mayo Hospital, Lahore, Pakistan

Medical Licensure

Kentucky Medical License
PMDC, Pakistan

Hospital Privileges

University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center

Certifications

Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP)
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)

Publications and Abstracts

“A 15 year-old with transient blurred vision and unusual speech” A case submission in Case of the month at Child Neurology Society case series. July 2016.

“Infant with constipation and poor feeding - A case of Infant Botulism”  A case submission  in case of the month at  Child Neurology Society case series May 2016.

Presentations

Commission Clinic: Sharing Experience of Five Decades. Presented at: 8th Annual Post Doctoral Poster presentation in College of Medicine at UK. 12/09/2015.

Commission Clinic: Five Decades of Excellence. Presented at Annual CNS Conference; DC Washington. 10/21/2015.

Raised ICP in Cryptococcal Meningitis: A Clinician Challenge. Presented at: Morning Report. 03/04/2015.

Cryptococcal Meningitis. Presented at: Combined Adult and Pediatric ID Conference. 10/14/2015.

“Time is Neuron” Status Epilepticus Protocol: An abstract presentation at the 46th Annual CNS conference Vancouver, B.C., 2016.

QI Projects and Protocols

Hand Out Tool: S-HAAND

Status Epilepticus Protocol: Time is Neuron

Peds Stroke Protocol

Awards

American Academy of Pediatrics and the Child Neurology Section on Neurology Trainee Travel Award for abstract, “Time is Neuron - Pediatric Status Epilepticus Protocol: Implementation and measuring effectiveness” for the 46th Annual Child Neurology Society meeting in Vancouver, B.C., 2016.

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