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    Inder Preet Kaur

    Dr. Inder Preet Kaur

     

    Assistant Professor of Biochemistry and Genetics

    Dr. Inder Preet Kaur is a graduate from Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Medical College in India. Subsequent to her graduation she acquired an expertise in Biochemistry. As a result of her proficiency in this area, she was recognized by the institution as one of their premier physicians. During this post graduate period, she also completed a research thesis in the area of “Oxidative stress and Coronary Artery Disease”. The paper was submitted to a peer-review journal and has been cited in PubMED.

    Dr. Kaur went on to serve as Assistant professor in the department of Biochemistry. Within a short period of time based on her academic excellence, she was promoted to the rank of Associate professor. Her departmental responsibilities at that time consist of the following: mentoring medical students, providing lectures within the department, managing the clinical chemistry laboratory in the hospital as well as assisting graduate students with post-doctoral research and thesis preparation.

    Dr. Kaur continued her medical educational development and applied for a post-graduate residency position in Internal Medicine with an affiliate hospital of Kings County/Downstate Medical Center in New York. Downstate Medical Center is ranked in the upper 10% of post-graduate residency training programs in the country. During her tenure at Downstate she developed specific post-graduate interest in Adult Primary care. In addition, Dr Inder Kaur is a licensed to practice Internal Medicine in the state of Florida.

    Currently, she is working as an Assistant professor of Medicine and Biochemistry at UMHS. She is also pursuing scholarly work with Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California (KSMUSC). Concurrently, Dr Kaur is a Master’s candidate in the program of Pain Management at KSMUSC and is working on a review article “The History of Keloids.”