Emergency Medicine: Open Access

Emergency Medicine: Open Access
Open Access

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Agrawal Anand

Agrawal Anand
Professor & Head D, Department of Respiratory Medicine, BPSGMC(W) K.K. Sonepat, Haryana (India)


Dr. Anand Agrawal is currently working as  a Professor & Head in the department of Respiratory Medicine at BPSGMC(W) KK Sonepat , PBDS University of health sciences Rohtak , Haryana (India). He has completed his medical graduation from GSVM Medical college CSJMU Kanpur, and post graduation through MLN Medical college, University of  Allahabad. He has worked as senior resident in Rajan Babau Institute of Pulmonary medicine and tuberculosis , Delhi. He is a member of Medical education unit of his institute and conducted various educational workshops and lecture .Doing  Fellowship in medical education(2016A Batch) (ACME) from CMC Ludhiana beside this  life member of MNCCP  (Life Member of  National college of chest Physician),MIAB (Life member of Indian association for Bronchology) ,MISCCM (Life member of Indian society of critical care medicine),MICS(Life member of Indian chest society),MERS (Member of European Respiratory Society).

Dr. Anand reviews manuscripts for various journals including BMC Pulmonary Medicine , SQUMJ, PSF, HJCH also an editorial member of EC: Pulmonology and Respiratory medicine, SM Tuberculosis Research and Treatment, Journal of Cardiothoracic Medicine, SM Preventive Medicine and public health ,Pulmonary and Respiratory medicine international journal Pulmonology case reports – Annals of clinical case studies. Guide of many ICMR funded STS projects, Guest speaker  chaired the session , in various conferences , also presented research paper in national conferences. He has publication in more than  23 national / international peer reviewed indexed journal.

Research Interest

Critical care and  Intensive Pulmonary Medicine,Interventional Pulmonary Medicine  ,Sleep related disorders,Bronchial Asthma/Allergy & Immunology,Occupational Lung diseases,COPD/Tuberculosis/Fungal infection of lung and Lung cancers