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MUBARIZ NAQVI, M.D.
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER
EDUCATION

BSC Gordon College Rawalpindi, Punjab University, Pakistan M.D., Dow Medical College University of Karachi, Pakistan
GRADUATE TRAINING
1970-1971
Rotating Internship, St. Vincent Hospital Toledo, Ohio Pediatric Resident I, Medical College of Ohio at Toledo Toledo, Ohio Pediatric Resident 2-3, Children's Hospital of Michigan Detroit, Michigan Neonatology Fellowship, Wayne State University Detroit, Michigan
BOARD CERTIFICATION
1970
Subspecialty Board of Neonatal/Perinatal Medicine Voluntary Recertification of Neonatal/Perinatal Medicine Voluntary Recertification in Neonatal/Perinatal Medicine & Maintenance of Certification. #01251
LICENSURES

Michigan
LANGUAGES SPOKEN
English
Punjabi
Urdu
ACADEMIC POSITIONS
1976-1978
Instructor of Pediatrics, Neonatology, Wayne State University Detroit, Michigan Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Neonatology, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, School of Medicine, Amarillo, Texas Director, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Director, NICU Graduate Follow Up Program Northwest Texas HealthCare Systems Amarillo, Texas Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Neonatology, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, School of Medicine, Amarillo, Texas Director, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Northwest Texas HealthCare Systems Amarillo, Texas Six months sabbatical leave Department of Pediatrics, Division of Neonatology University of Texas, Houston School of Medicine Houston, Texas Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, School of Medicine, Amarillo, Texas Clerkship Director, Department of Pediatrics, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, School of Medicine, Amarillo, Texas MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
American Academy of Pediatrics
Association of Pakistan Physicians of North America

COUNCILS AND COMMITTEES

Pediatric Residency Committee
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
ABSTRACTS

1.
Naqvi M, Ostrea EM Jr. Decreased Mortality in Early Onset Group B Streptococcal Sepsis. Pediatric Research. 1978; 12:496 Ostrea EM Jr, Naqvi M. Meconium Stained Amniotic - A Useful Antenatal Index of Fetal Maturity and Risk to HMD. Pediatric Research. 1978; 12:531 Naqvi M, Warnick K, Blue J, Williams N. Neonatal Period. Clinic Research. 1978; 26:826 Naqvi M, Brown MC, Ostrea EM Jr. Grief Response of Parents at Neonatal Loss. Pediatric Research. 1978; 12:335 Naqvi M, Valookaren G, Ostrea EM Jr, Mariona F. Improved Outcome of Diabetic Pregnancies. Pediatric Research. 1979; 13:502 Naqvi M, Jesurun CA, Ostrea EM Jr. Maternal and Neonatal Factors Associated With the Birth of Tiny Babies <1,000 grams. Pediatric Research. 1979 Naqvi M, Hyatt K. Neonatal Intervention Program Reduces Hospitalization Time and Cost. Pediatric Research. 1979; 14:436 Naqvi M, Mohan P, Bickers P, Valis D, Carrol A. Neonatal Foot Length -- A Method of Gestational Age Assessment. Pediatric Research. April 1986; Vol.20, No.4/Part 2 Mohan P, Naqvi M, Bidiwala K, Andrew L, White V, Haynes K. Developmental Outcome of Very Low Birth Weight Infants (VLBW) With Intraventricular Hemorrhage (IVH). Pediatric Research. April 1986; Vol.20, No.4/Part 2, p.374A Andrew L, Naqvi M, Clarke S, Haynes K, Lawrence E, Wells JM. Follow-Up of Very Low Birth Weight (<1,500 grams) Infants Admitted to the Texas Panhandle Regional Neonatal Center from 1980-1983. Pediatric Research. April 1986; Vol.20, No.4/Part2, p.374A Slater MA, Andrew L, Haynes K, Naqvi M. The Association of Follow-Up Care to Outcome for Medically Fragile Infants. Pediatric Research. April 1986; Vol.20, No.4/Part 2, p.165A Naqvi M, Tenorio G, Whitecotton M, Reynolds K. The Effect of Minimal Stimulation on the Incidence of IVH in VLBW Neonates. Pediatric Research. April 1986; Vol.25, No.4/Part2, p.359A Naqvi M, Hillrichs C, Taylor R, Huseman B. Caloric Intake and Growth of LBW Infants Under Intensive Care. Pediatric Research. April 1986; Vol.25, No.4/Part 2, p.294A Naqvi M, Sparks JW, Bonthela S, Berseth CL. Antroduodenal Motor Responses Do Not Differ In Preterm Infants Fed Breast and Artificial Formula. Pediatric Research. May 1995. Calderon LA, Kumar AR, Naqvi M, Biskinis EK. Immediate Outcome of Extremely Low Birth Weight Infants Less Than 1000 grams and Between 22-25 Weeks of Gestation Admitted to a Regional Hospital in the Texas Panhandle. (Three year retrospective study) Khattak A, Biskinis EK, Naqvi M. Effect of 50% Sucrose on Pain in Fullterm Infants During Curcumcision. Pediatric Academic Society May 1999. Sloan Rush, MSI, Ryan Rush, MSIII, Mubariz Naqvi, MD, James Avery Rush, MD. Retinopathy of Prematurity – Incidence and Associated Factors in Infants with Birthweight ≤ 1500 grams or Gestational Age ≤ 32 weeks. American Academy of Pediatrics 2001 National Conference and Exhibition. October 2001. Santaloya-Jorgas J, Valentine S, Naqvi M. Spontaneous Inutero Resolution of Second Trimester CNS Ventriculomegaly and Hydrops Fetalis. Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology 2002. B. Nasrallah, A. Rox, B.Mazer, L. Richards, J. Chuachingco, M. Naqvi. Two methods of umbilical cord care: 70% isopropyl alcohol versus natural drying. Pediatric Academic Society May 2003 K. Mathis, MH. Ul-Haq, D. Ballou, EK Biskinis, J. Rohrer, M. Naqvi. Is bottle feeding as effective as breast feeding is in decreasing pain response in term neonates during heel stick procedures. Pediatric Academic Society May 2003. Nasrallah B, Simms TR, M-Ul-Haq M, Biskinis EK, Naqvi M. Factors associated with multiple versus single packed red blood cell transfusions in the NICU. Perinatology Journal. Nov 2003. Rush R, Rush S, Ighani F, Anderson B, Irwin M, Naqvi M. Effects of comfort care in pain response in preterm infants undergoing screening for retinopathy of prematurity. An update on ROP from the lab to the nursery. Handout published by University of Rochester Medical Center November 2003 Rush S, Rush R, Nicolau J, Chapman K, Naqvi M. Systemic manifestation in response to mydriasis and physical examination during screening for retinopathy of prematurity. An update on ROP from the lab to the nursery. Handout published by University of Rochester. November 2003 Gunkle H, Kennedy K, Sanchez P, Escobedo M, Shattuk K, Naqvi M, et al. Elective intubation for single dose surfactant treatment in neonates with mild to moderate RDS: A randomized multicenter trial. American Academy of Pediatrics Perinatal Section 2003 Naqvi M, Brooks C, Barnett G, Simms T, Biskinis EK, Snowden C. Determinants of natural analgesia in term neonates undergoing heel stick procedure. Presented at Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting; Pediatric Research Abstract #200; April 2004 Naqvi M, Hurn H, Davis N, Didier A. Does comfort care augment the analgesic effect of dorsal penile nerve block during circumcision in male infants. Poster submitted to the American Academy of Pediatrics. October 2005. Washington DC. Naqvi M, Akangire G, Haq MH, Chung YJ, Low J. Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (SIRS) and Sequence of Organ Failure in Neonates: A Retrospective Study. Pediatric Academic Society’s Annual Meeting. May 2007. Toronto, Canada.
PUBLICATIONS
1.
Ostrea M, Naqvi M. The Influence of Gestational Age on the Ability of Fetus to Pass Meconium in Utero. Acta Obstet Et Gynecological Scandinavia. 1982; 61:275, No.3 Naqvi M, Carroll AL, McCue W, Habersang R. Zinc Deficiency in a Breast Fed Infant Texas Medicine. October 1987; Vol.83 Slater MA, Naqvi M, Andrew L, Haynes K. Neurodevelopment of Monitored Versus Nonmonitored Very Low Birth Weight Infants: The Importance of Family Influences. Journal of Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics. October 1987; Vol.8,No.5 Tenorio GM, Naqvi M, et al. Intrauterine Stroke and Maternal Poly Drug Abuse. Clinical Pediatrics. 1988; Vol.27,No.11 Rais-Bahrami K, Platt P, Naqvi M. Neonatal Pseudomonas Sepsis: Even Early Diagnosis Is Too Late. Clinical Pediatrics. August 1990; Vol.29,No.8, p.444 Rais-Bahrami K, Naqvi M. Hydrencephaly and Maternal Cocaine Use: A Case Report, Clinical Pediatrics. December 1990; Vol.29, No.12, p.729-730 Bahrami KR, Barry D, Naqvi M, Habersang R. Thrombosis of Left Heart in a Newborn. Clinical Pediatrics. August 1992. The Vermont Oxford Trials Network: Very Low Birth Weight Outcomes for 1990, Pediatrics. 1993; Vol.91, No.3 Kumar A, Dunn N, Naqvi M. Methemoglobinemia Associated With A Prilocaine - Lidocaine Cream: A Case Report. Clinical Pediatrics 1997; 36(4): 239-240 Skinner S, Naqvi M. Gastric Ulcer Presenting as Gastroesophageal Reflux and Apnea in a Term Neonate. Texas Medicine 1998;94(9):57-58 George M, Naqvi M, Haase M. Methylene Blue Induced Hyperbilirubinemia and Photo-toxicity in a Neonate. Clinical Pediatrics November 2000. The Vermont Oxford Trials Network: Morbidity and mortality among very-low birthweight neonates with intrauterine growth restriction. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2000;182 (1):198-206 Rush R, Rush S, Nicolau J, Chapman K, Naqvi M. Systemic manifestation in response to mydriasis and physical examination during screening for retinopathy of prematurity. Retina 2004; April, 24(2): 242-245 Alsayouf H, Biskinis EK, Nirgiotis J, Naqvi M. A Neonate With Abdominal Distension. Clin Pediatr, 2004; 43: 677-679 Escobedo MB, Gunkel JH, Kennedy KA, Shattuck KE, Sanchez PJ, Seidner S, Hensley G, Cochran CK, Moya F, Morris B, Denson S, Stribley R, Naqvi M, Lasky RE; Texas Neonatal Research Group. Early surfactant for neonates with mild to moderate respiratory distress syndrome: a multicenter, randomized trial. J Pediatr, 2004 Jun; 144(6): 804-8 Rush R, Rush S, Ighani F, Anderson B, Irwin M, Naqvi M. Effects of comfort care on pain response in preterm infants undergoing screening for retinopathy of prematurity. Retina 2005; Jan, 25(1): 59-62 Young JM, Naqvi M, Richards L. Microbial contamination of hospital bed handsets. Am J Infect Control, 2005 Apr; 33(3): 170-4 Tiwari R, Hicks K, Naqvi M, Biskinis E, Nirgiotis J, Van Hook J, Suffield R. Prenatal diagnosis of a Neonate with fetus in fetu, J of Perinatology (2006), 26, 366-7 19. Naqvi M, Paddick J, Kulkarni A, Akangire S, Subhani M,; Prune Belly Syndrome Associated with Polyhydramnios in a Preterm Neonate; Consultant for Pediatrician, September 2009; Volume 8; p. 333 – 335. Naqvi M, Mendoza G; Routine Management of the Healthy Newborn Infant as Recommended by the AAP; Panhandle Health, Summer 2012: Volume 23, No. 3, p. 11-14.
BOOK CHAPTER

1.
Naqvi M, Introduction to Clinical Research and Ethics – Chapter 6 p. 85 -98 Book Title: Introduction to Clinical Research, Author Tetyana Vasylyeva, MD, PhD ISBN#: 13-978-0-983-0-75-9-4, 2012
CURRENT PROJECTS
1.
Long-Term Follow-Up of High Risk Infants Participant in the Vermont-Oxford Trials Network Database Project Risk factors associated with ROP in preterm infants

COURSES CONDUCTED IN NEONATAL-PERINATAL EDUCATION

1.
Outreach Education Programs for the Rural Hospitals in the Texas Panhandle
ABSTRACTS AND POSTER PRESENTATIONS

1.
Caloric Intake and Growth of LBW Infants Under Intensive Care. Presented as a poster to the Texas Pediatric Society. September 1989. The Effect of Minimal Stimulation on the Incidence of IVH in VLBW Neonates. Accepted for presentation to the Midwestern Perinatal Society. November 1, 1989. Antroduodenal Motor Responses Do Not Differ In Preterm Infants Fed Breast Milk and Artificial Formula. Presented as a poster to the Society For Pediatric Research San Diego, CA. May 1995. Antroduodenal Motor Responses Do Not Differ In Preterm Infants Fed Breast Milk and Artificial Formula. Presented as a poster to the World Congress and Exposition on Child Health in Vancouver, British Columbia. May 1995. Calderon LA, Kumar, AR, Naqvi, M, Biskinis, EK. Immediate outcome of infants of birth weight less than 1000 GMS (three year retrospective study). Accepted for presentation at the National Perinatal Association Annual Clinical Conference and Exposition. November 12-15, 1998. Providence, R.I. Naqvi M, Biskinis EK, Khattak A. Effect of 50% Sucrose on Pain Response in Full Term Male Infants During Circumcision. Presented as a poster presentation at the Pediatric Academic Society, May 1999. San Francisco, CA. Rush S, Rush R, Rush J, Naqvi M. Retinopathy of Prematurity-Incidence and Associated Factor in Infants With Birth Weight  1500 grams or gestational age  32 weeks. American Academy of Pediatrics, Perinatal Section, 2001 San Francisco, CA. K. Mathis, MH. Ul-Haq, D. Ballou, EK Biskinis, J. Rohrer, M. Naqvi. Is bottle feeding as effective as breast feeding is in decreasing pain response in term neonates during heel stick procedures. Pediatric Academic Society May 2003, Seattle WA. Simms T, Nasrallah B, Hasham M, Biskinis E, Naqvi M. Factors associated with
multiple versus single packed red blood cell transfusion in neonates.
Presented at
American Academy of Pediatrics. October 2003. New Orleans, LA.

10. Ecobedo M, Gunkel J, Kennedy K, Sanchez P, Naqvi M. Single dose survanta for
infants in respiratory distress. A multicenter randomized controlled trial. American Academy of Pediatrics. October 2003. New Orleans, B.Nasrallah, T.R. Simms, M M-Ul-Haq, E.K. Biskinis, M.Naqvi. Factors associated with multiple versus single packed red blood cell transfusions in the NICU. American Academy of Pediatrics 2003 National Conference and Exhibition, Perinatal Section November 2003 Gunkle H, Kennedy K, Sanchez P, Escobedo M, Shattuk K, Naqvi M, et al. Elective intubation for single dose surfactant treatment in neonates with mild to moderate RDS: A randomized multicenter trial. American Academy of Pediatrics, Perinatal Section. November 2003. New Orleans, LA. Rush S, Rush R, Nicolau J, Chapman K, Naqvi M. Systemic manifestation in response to mydriasis and physical examination during screening for retinopathy of prematurity. 3rd International Symposium on Retinopathy of Prematurity. November 13, 2003. Anaheim, CA. Naqvi, M., Consultant Pediatrics, A case report Bellsyndrome. Rush R, Rush S, Ighani F, Anderson B, Irwin M, Naqvi M. Effects of comfort care in pain response in preterm infants undergoing screening for retinopathy of prematurity 3rd International Symposium on Retinopathy of Prematurity. November 13, 2003. Anaheim, CA. Nasrallah B, Simms TR, M-Ul-Haq M, Biskinis EK, Naqvi M. Factors associated with multiple versus single packed red blood cell transfusions in the NICU. American Academy of Pediatrics Neonatal/Perinatal Section. November 3, 2003. New Orleans, LA Naqvi M, Brooks C, Barnett G, Simms T, Biskinis EK, Snowden C. Determinants of natural analgesia in term neonates undergoing heel stick procedure. Presented at Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting. May 2004, San Francisco, CA. Akangire G, Hasham M, Chung J, Naqvi M. Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome and Sequence of Organ Failure in Neonates: A Retrospective Study. Poster presentation at Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting. May 2007, Toronto, Canada Shah R, Naqvi M. An Innovative Method of Teaching Newborn Medicine to Medical Students by Using Multi-colored Pocket Cards. Poster presented at AAMC Meeting, November 2, 2012. San Francisco, CA.
GRANTS
1.
Seed Grant given by Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center for $8,000.00 March of Dimes Student Grant for $1,000.00 Extended Clinical Services for Follow-Up of High Risk Neonates in the Rural Areas in the Texas Panhandle - March of Dimes, $30,000.00 1986-1989 March of Dimes Summer Student Grant for $1,000.00 in 1985 to Study the Growth of LBW Infants Under Intensive Care March of Dimes Summer Student Grant for $1,000.00 in 1988 to Study the Epidemiology of LBW Infants Born in the Texas Panhandle March of Dimes Summer Student Grant for $1,000.00 in 1989 to Study the Epidemiology of LBW Infants Born in the Texas Panhandle Neonatal Intensive Care Network Statistics in West Texas. Children’s Miracle Network. M. Myers, M. Naqvi, T. Hale, amount $15,421. Women’s Health Research Institute - Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Amarillo grant for $7,600.00 to study the anti-infectious properties of human milk. Regional Dean’s grant for mentorship of medical students for the Pain Control in Neonates project  $500 in 2002  $1000 in 2003  $1500 in 2004 Regional Dean’s grant for $1500.00 in 2004 for Student Research in the IRB approved project entitled: Does comfort care enhance the analgesic effect of local anesthesia given during circumcision? Regional Dean’s grant for $250.00 in 2004 for student’s IRB approved project entitled: length correlate with gestational age in appropriately grown neonates. March of Dimes $2,000.00 for text books for neonatal intensive care unit. Abbot Labs for $1,000.00 to study the microbial contamination of hospital beds Amarillo National Bank $50,000 grant for student research projects. October 2007. 15. Amarillo National Bank $7,000 grant for Vermont Oxford Data-Collection December 2010 16. Amarillo National Bank $50,000 grant for Vermont Oxford membership and Outreach Education for Regional Hospitals in the Texas Panhandle, July 2013.
AWARDS
1.
Clinical Teaching in Newborn Medicine Award given by Texas Tech University School of Medicine, Family Practice, Residency Program, 1979 Clinical Science Award by Texas Tech School of Medicine, Class of 1982 Clinical Teaching in Neonatology Award given by Texas Tech University School of Medicine, Pediatric Residency Program, 1986 Danny J. Schwartz Award for Excellence in Perinatology for the Texas Panhandle, 1989 Clinical Teaching in Neonatology Award given by Texas Tech University School of Medicine, Pediatric Residency Program, 1991 Story Teller Award given by Children's Rehabilitation Center, Amarillo, Texas - for voluntary medical services to handicapped children - March 1992 15 Year Service Award given by Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Amarillo, Texas Miracle Maker Award given by Children's Miracle Network Telethon and Lederle, Amarillo, Texas, May 1995 Outstanding Pediatric Faculty of the Year 1995-1996, given by Pediatric Residents, May 1996 Outstanding Pediatric Faculty 1999-2000, given by Medical Students, June 2000 Outstanding Pediatric Faculty in Neonatology 1999-2000, given by Pediatric Residents, June 2000 Award recipient:- Texans Caring For Texans 2001 Unsung Hero; awarded by March of Dimes, May 16, 2001 Role Model Teaching Award for Medical Students awarded by Office of the Regional Dean - May 2001 Role Model Teaching Award for Medical Students awarded by Office of the Regional Dean - October 2002 Community Service 25 Year Award presented by March of Dimes – November 2003 Role Model Teaching Award for Medical Students awarded by Office of the Regional Dean –February 2004 Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center 25 year service award. April 2004. Outstanding Pediatric Faculty Award presented by Pediatric Residents June 2004 March of Dimes Award for 25 years of service to neonates in the Texas Panhandle. Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Presidents’ Distinguished Clinicians Award, Role Model Teaching Award for medical students, awarded by the office of Regional Teacher of the Year Award voted by The Student Senate, Texas Tech University School of Medicine, June 2006. “The Mubariz Naqvi Neonatal Center for Clinical Care Education and Research”, Dedicated November 27, 2006 at Northwest Texas Hospital: Amarillo, TX. Inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha National Honors Society by medical students at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, February 2007 Texans Caring for Texans Award- September 2008 Master Teacher – TTUHSC, Amarillo campus, May 2011 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching - TTUHSC, Amarillo campus, April 2012 Mario Feola: Outstanding Faculty Award – by the medical student class of 2013, April 15, 2013.
Recent Grand Rounds Presented
1.
Common Procedures Required for Stabilization of Neonates Prior to Transport, May 1999, November 1999 A Case Study of Hyperbilirubinemia in a 12 Day Old Infant, June 1999 Human Milk for Preterm Infants, August 1999 Assessment & Management of a Neonate in Distress, June 2000; February 1999; March 1999; October 1999 Inhaled Nitric Oxide: Current & Futures Uses in the Neonate, February 2001 Biology of Surfactant - It’s Current and Expanded Uses, January 2002 Patient Care A Multi-disciplinary Approach for the 21st Century - Presented to the residents at TTUHSC (first lecture in the six core competencies), September 2002 Appropriate Use of Inhaled Nitric Oxide in Neonatal Practice, October 2002 Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome in the Neonate, March 2003 Update on Biology of Surfactant and Its Clinical Uses, April 2004 Herpes Simplex Virus infections in neonates, September 2004 Visiting Professor, Aga Khan University Karachi, Pakistan, November 2004 - December 2004. Visiting Professor, Children’s Hospital, Lahore, Pakistan, December 2004. Update on Etiology and Management of Meconium Aspiration Syndrome, April 2005. Stabilization of Neonates Prior to Transport, presented at Borger, Texas, October 2005. Non-immune hydrops fetalis: a current update. Department of Pediatrics, TTUHSC Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa, Texas, December 2005 Neonatal Hypoglycemia: A current update. Department of Pediatrics, TTUHSC Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa, Texas, February 2006 Visiting Professor, Aga Khan University Karachi, Pakistan, and National Institute of Childhealth, Karachi, Pakistan. Conducted N.R.P. and S.T.A.B.L.E. courses, April 2006 - May 2006. Neonatal Hyperglycemia and Neonatal Diabetes Mellitus. Department of Pediatrics, TTUHSC Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa, Texas, May 2006 Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy. Department of Pediatrics, TTUHSC Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa, Texas, June 2006 Improving the Care and Long-term Outcome of Late Preterm Infants. Department of Pediatrics, TTUHSC Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa, Texas, December 2006 Necrotizing Enterocolitis: A Case-Based Presentation and Current Update, Department of Pediatrics, TTUHSC Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa, Texas, February 2007. Visiting professor to Aga Khan University, National Institute of Child Health, Dow Medical University Health Sciences Center, and Liaquat University Medical Hospital, February 2007 – April 2007. Invited speaker to Pakistan Pediatric Association Congress - Hyderabad, Pakistan, March 2007. Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH)-Case Based Learning and Current Update. Department of Pediatrics, TTUHSC Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa, Texas, April 2007. Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (SIRS) Sequence of Multiple Organ Failure in Neonates. Department of Pediatrics, TTHUSC Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa, Texas, June 2007 Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy and Strategies for Neuro Protection: A Case Based Learning. Department of Pediatrics, TTUHSC Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa, Texas, October 2007. Acute Renal Failure in Neonates. Department of Pediatrics, TTUHSC Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa, Texas, December 2007 Fostering Professional Behavior. Department of Pediatrics, TTUHSC Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa, Texas, February 2008. Neonatology in Developing Countries – A report from Pakistan, October 2008 Infants at threshold of viability, clinical and ethical issues. Department of Pediatrics TTUHSC-Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa Texas, October 2008 Presentation in El Paso Texas, Art & Signs of Providing Nutrition to Extremely Low Birth Weight Infants, April 2010 Neonatal Polycythemia and Hyperviscosity Syndrome: A Current Update on Assessment and Management. TTUHSC-Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa Texas, May 2010 Infants at Threshold of Viability: Clinical and Ethical Issues. TTUHSC-Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa Texas, June 2010 Early Nutrition in Preterm Babies. TTUHSC-Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa Texas, August 2010 Group B – Streptococcal Sepsis in the Era of GBS Prophylaxis and the current CDC End of Life Care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Invited speaker – University of Visiting Professor – University of Addis Ababa Medical School, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, October 9-21, 2011 40. Role of Pediatrician in the Care of NICU Graduates, TTUHSC- Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa Texas, November 2011 Update on Meconium Aspiration Syndrome, TTUHSC-Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa, Texas, January 11, 2012 Provision of Compassionate Perinatal and Neonatal Palliative and End of Life Care, TTUHSC-Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa, Texas, May 4, 2012 Maternal and Child Health Care in Developing Countries: A Report from Two Nations, Ethiopia and Pakistan, TTUHSC-Amarillo/Lubbock/Midland-Odessa, Texas, July 25, 2012 Visiting Professor to UNT Medical School, Fort Worth, TX, November 7-9, 2012. 45. Bedside Teaching, rediscovering a lost art, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Amarillo, TX, Out-Reach education – Pampa Regional Hospital – Pampa, TX, April 17 and April 24, 2013. Childress Regional Medical Center, Childress, TX, May 14 and May 29, 2013.
Bedside Teaching – Rediscovering a Lost Art – Institutional Grand Rounds, Amarillo, TX, May 22nd, 2013.

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