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Salim Surani
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Dr. Salim Surani serves as Adjunct Clinical Professor of Medicine, Department of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine at Texas A&M University. He has also served as the program director for the Pulmonary Medicine; and Pulmonary & Critical Care Fellowship Program at Bay Area Medical Center, Corpus Christi. He has done his fellowship in Pulmonary Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston Texas. Dr. Surani has done his Master in Public Health & Epidemiology from Yale University and Masters in Health Management from the University of Texas, Dallas. Dr. Surani also has served as a board trustee and secretary of THE CHEST Foundation. He has served as a chair for the ACCP practice operations steering committee, and currently serving as a member of the steering committee for the Clinical Pulmonary network. Dr. Surani has authored more than 300 articles in the peer review journals and has written several books and book chapters. He is involved in teaching residents for more than two decades. He has been instrumental in starting the Emergency Medicine residency program, Pharmacy residency program, and pulmonary and critical care residency program. He has been named as faculty of the year award numerous times. He has served as an independent grant reviewer for the Government of Australia, as well as the European Nation via Rannis. He also serves as an ad hoc reviewer for more than 20 journals. He has served as a speaker in several regional, national, and international scientific conferences. His area of expertise includes critical care, sleep medicine, ICU infections, and practice operations. Dr. Surani serves as a Resident Medical Expert for KIII news Corpus Christi (ABC affiliate). He has also served in a committee for several national organizations and has received several community and teaching awards, including the Health Care Hero Award, Humanitarian awards by American College of Physician, American College of Chest Physicians, and Texas Medical Association. Dr. Surani is highly regarding among his peers and is very well respected as a mentor, clinician, and humanitarian.

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pulmonary hospital infections pulmonary hypertension critical care
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American thoracic society
Fellow American College of Chest Physician
Fellow Society of Critical Care Medicine
fellow American Academy of Sleep Medicine
Fellow American college of physicians