“Young Medical Researcher befall Cambridge’s Journal, first and only Pakistani 🇵🇰 member”
Physician-scientists have over and over again changed the history of medicine by identifies a predicament in the clinic and taking to the lab to deal with it. The young doctor hails from the heart of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK), Peshawar is determined to serve in the field of Medical sciences.
Doctors find their calling in many different ways. The young Dr. Syed Shahmeer Raza of Khyber Medical College (KMC) reflects on the paths that led to his profession. Dr. Syed from KMC selected as a member of Editorial Board in Cambridge’s journal. In this tender age Pakistani Physiologist, Junior Scientist becomes the first and only member of Cambridge’s Journal-Experimental results to represent Pakistan.
Dr. Raza born in Peshawar,KPK, to Syed parents, grew up in Peshawar. Currently serving as a Lecturer in KMC in the department of Physiology but not just that being a 3rd year student of Medicine wrote his first book “Histology Slides Flash Cards, won fame amid the 1st and 2nd year of MBBS learners. Also his book PathOspe is real valuable for the young medical graduates as its concise slide compilation which aided them in their viva. In 2015, he won the prestigious Gold Standard in a state level KMC under Graduate Research fair for his research. His contribution in diverse medical fields is amicable. He has also selected to represent Pakistan at the 68th Noble laureate Meet-up in Lindau, Germany.
With regard to his professional background, He has to 38 peer-reviewed publications, including Original Articles, Review Papers, Case Reports and ISBN Registered published books on various medical subjects; notably among-st them, is his work on Cerebral Oximetry under the mentor-ship of Prof EB Savage at Cleveland Clinic Florida and a Case Report on Pleomorphic Adenoma of Minor Salivary Glands that has high number of indexed citations to it.
The biomedical research establishment has long recognized the importance of clinical experience to medical research but it’s an extremely proud moment for us belonging to KPK as in comparison to bigger provinces the opportunities for young researchers like Shahmeer is limited.
In 2011, he was awarded with the Bronze standard for youth by His Royal Highness prince Philips ‘The Duke of Edinburgh’. We wish him well for future endeavors.