Dr. Rahul Khosla is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine at George Washington University, Washington DC and the Chief of Pulmonary and Critical Section at the Washington, DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center. He completed his medical school education at Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, India. After graduating from the internal medicine residency program at University of Rochester, Rochester NY, he completed his Pulmonary Medicine fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston Texas followed by a fellowship in Critical Care Medicine at University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Camden NJ. He is also trained in sleep medicine and interventional procedures in pulmonary medicine. He received his degree in Master of Business Administration from George Washington University. His clinical and research interests are in the use of ultrasound in pulmonary and critical care medicine, pleural space diseases, and the use of procalcitonin as a diagnostic and prognostic marker. He has an avid interest in cricket and enjoys tennis, hiking and cooking.

Rahul Khosla
Chief, Pulmonary & Critical Care Section, VAMC, Washington DC, USA. Associate Professor of Medicine, George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA
Dr. Rahul Khosla is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine at George Washington University, Washington DC and the Chief of Pulmonary and Critical Section at the Washington, DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center. He completed his medical school education at Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, India. After graduating from the internal medicine residency program at University of Rochester, Rochester NY, he completed his Pulmonary Medicine fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston Texas followed by a fellowship in Critical Care Medicine at University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Camden NJ. He is also trained in sleep medicine and interventional procedures in pulmonary medicine. He received his degree in Master of Business Administration from George Washington University. His clinical and research interests are in the use of ultrasound in pulmonary and critical care medicine, pleural space diseases, and the use of procalcitonin as a diagnostic and prognostic marker. He has an avid interest in cricket and enjoys tennis, hiking and cooking.

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