Hamad Medical Corporation,Qatar
Title: Post PCI Coronary Intramural Hematoma Causing NSTEMI and Short runs of VT
Dr. Muhammed Jameesh is a third year General Cardiology Fellow in Heart Hospital at Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) in Doha, Qatar.
He earned his M.B.B.S from T.D.Medical College in India in 2008, after which he completed his Internal Medicine Residency at HMC which is an ACGME (American College of Graduate Medical Education) accredited training program. He is currently doing General Cardiology fellowship (ACGME accredited) at Heart Hospital, HMC.
Dr. Muhammed Jameesh distinguished himself as young professor and clinical researcher. He is regularly involved in teaching internal medicine residents from HMC as well as undergraduate medical students from WCMC-Q (Weil Cornel Medical College- Qatar) with a special interest in ECG interpretation and preventive cardiology. He is also a European resuscitation council certified course director and instructor in various life support courses. He has participated in organizing regional conferences and the latest was Gulf Heart Association (GHA) conference in January 2018.
He has great passion for innovations in medical technology in the field of cardiology and he is currently working on two medical devices which are patent pending. His areas of interests in research are in coronary artery disease root cause analysis and prevention, Endovascular medicine and Innovations in cardiology. He is currently doing research in molecular level association of coronary artery disease and type 2 diabetes mellitus, Association of acute coronary syndromes and ABO blood types.