Dr. Sharobeem

Education

November 1987— March 1995, Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt.

Bachelor of Internal Medicine and Surgery, (MBBCh), top of my class with Grade: Very good with honor degree.

 

Post Graduate Training

June 2013 to June 2016, Staten Island University Hospital.

PGY4, PGY5, PGY 6 Categorical Internal Medicine Program.

June 2012 to June 2013, Staten Island University Hospital.

Preliminary year PGY3 Internal Medicine Program.

June 2010 to 2012, Staten Island University Hospital.

PGY-I, PGY 2 surgical resident.

 

Research activity

1 – Clinical research study: Comparison of Quality of Life, Pain Scale and

Pulmonary Function Test in Sternotomy versus Minimally Invasive Surgery for

Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting.

The investigator on the research are John Nabagiez, MD, Joseph T. McGinn, Jr, MD

2 – Case report: Surgical Management of Patent Ductus Arteriosus in adults

Vijay A. Singh, MD, Masood A. Shariff, MD, Rami E. Michael, Bassem Azab, MD, Kourosh T. Asgarian, DO,

John Nabagiez, MD, Joseph T. McGinn, Jr, MD

3 – Case report: Posterior Interosseous Nerve Syndrome Form Thermal Injury

Vijay A. Singh, MD, Rami E. Michael, MD, Joseph T. McGinn, Jr, MD, and Stephen M. Milner, MD, FACS

4 – Review article: Issues in Surgical Management of Burn Patients with HIV

Vijay A. Singh, MD, Rami E. Michael, MD, Joseph T. McGinn, Jr, MD, and Stephen M. Milner, MD, FACS

5- Case reports: Concomitant Minimally Invasive Surgery for Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting with Single Valve Replacement.

The investigator on the research is Joseph T. McGinn, Jr, MD

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