Peshawar Medical College Peshawar, & Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Weill Cornell Medical College, Doha State of Qatar.
Dr. Sajjad Ur Rahman has worked as Professor and Chairman Department of Pediatrics at Peshawar Medical College Peshawar Pakistan. He is currently working as the Chairman Department of Pediatrics and the Chairman of the Research Center at North West Medical College Peshawar Pakistan. He worked as a Senior Consultant for Neonatal Perinatal Medicine and Neurodevelopmental Pediatrics in Hamad Medical Corporation and Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at Weill Cornell Medical College in Doha State of Qatar from 2008 until 2015. He did his FCPS (Pediatrics) from Pakistan and FRCPCH from UK where he trained in Neonatology and neurodevelopmental Pediatrics. He did his Fellowship in Neonatal Perinatal Medicine from The Hospital for Sick Children University of Toronto Canada. He worked as a Consultant Neonatologist in UK from 2001-2007. He worked as a co-researcher in many international MRCT’s. He has a special interest in Perinatal Epidemiology. He initiated and worked as Lead PI of Perinatal Neonatal Outcomes Research Study in the Arabian Gulf (PEARL Study) which developed Qatar’s first national maternal, neonatal and perinatal database registry called Q-Peri-Reg. He has contributed a number of international publications and a book chapter on Neonatal Mortality and its correlates. He also has a special interest in Perinatal asphyxia, Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy and Therapeutic Hypothermia. He worked as a co-researcher in TOBY trial. He initiated and has been leading his own MRCT “Magcool Study.” He is currently on the editorial board of Journal of Clinical Neonatology (JCN) and World Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology and a reviewer for a number of international journals. He is also an examiner for Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health. He has delivered invited lectures and presentations in dozens of national, regional and international conferences on Perinatal Epidemiology, Therapeutic Hypothermia and Non-Invasive Ventilation.