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CURRICULUM VITAE AND BIBLIOGRAPHY

FULL NAME AND DEGREES: Mohammad Usman Nasir Khan, M.B.B.S., F.A.C.S., F.S.V.S.

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

07-2017 to Present | Medical Director Vascular Lab, Jersey Shore University Medical Center, NJ

03-2015 to Present | Chief, Division of Vascular Surgery, Department of Surgery, Jersey Shore University Medical Center, NJ

12-2013 to Present | International Faculty, Rawalpindi Medical College, Rawalpindi, Pakistan

07-2007 to 06-2009 | Clinical Instructor General Surgery, Department of Surgery, SUNY at Buffalo

PROFESSIONAL/EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

6-2019 to Present | Medical Director, Vascular & Vein Center of NJ

02-2013 to 5-2019 | Northern Monmouth County Surgical Associates, Hackensack Meridian Health, Jersey Shore University Medical Center Neptune, NJ

03-2012 to 12-2012 | Maine Medical Partners-Cardiothoracic Surgery, 818 Congress Street, Portland, ME

10-2009 to 03-2012 | Maine Heart Surgical Associates, 818 Congress Street, Portland, ME

BOARD CERTIFICATIONS

October 2008 | American Board of Surgery (General surgery) | # 53779

May 2010 | American Board of Surgery (Vascular surgery) | # 102024

RESIDENCY AND FELLOWSHIP TRAINING

07-2007 to 06-2009 | Fellowship in Vascular Surgery | State University of New York at Buffalo, NY, Program Director: Dr. Linda M. Harris, MD

02-2005 to 06-2007 | Chief Resident General Surgery | University of Connecticut Integrated Program in General Surgery

07-2003 to 06-2004 | Fellowship in Surgical Critical Care | University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Hartford Hospital, Program Director: Dr. Kevin P. Keating, MD

09-2000 to 06-2003 | Resident in General Surgery | University of Connecticut Integrated Program in General Surgery

POST DOCTORAL TRAINING

06-1999 to 08-2000 | Post Doctoral Fellow | Department of Anesthesia, Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY, Mentor: Dr. Dennis E. Feierman, MD, Ph.D.

04-1998 to 12-1998 | Locum Tenens Medical officer | Family Hospital, Lahore, Pakistan

09-1997 to 03-1998 | House Officer/Intern | Departments of Medicine, Services Hospital, Lahore, Pakistan

03-1997 to 09-1997 | House Officer/Intern | Departments of Anesthesia, Services Hospital, Lahore, Pakistan

EDUCATION

Undergraduate | 04-1977 to 03-1988 |  Higher Secondary School Diploma (F.Sc.), Crescent Model H.S. School, Lahore, Pakistan

Medical School | 09-1990 to 03-1997 | Bachelor of Surgery Bachelor of Medicine (M.B.B.S.), Allama Iqbal Medical College, Lahore, Pakistan

CERTIFICATIONS

May 1998 | ECFMG Certification # 0-560-834-4, (Valid indefinitely)

March 2013 | ACLS, (Active)

STATE LICENSURE

New Jersey | #25MA09224300 (Active)

HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS

02-2013 to Present | Attending Vascular Surgeon, Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune, NJ

02-2013 to Present | Attending Vascular Surgeon, Bay Shore Community Hospital, Holmdel, NJ

05-2009 to 12-2012 | Attending Vascular Surgeon, Maine Medical Center, Portland, Maine

AWARDS AND HONORS

2018 | Physician leader-Center of Excellence award, Silk Road Medical TCAR

2016 | Orion Award, Jersey Shore University Medical Center

2006 | Robert W. Painter Award for Outstanding Chief Surgical Resident, Hartford Hospital and University of Connecticut Department of Surgery

1992 | Silver Medal in Physiology, Allama Iqbal Medical College, Lahore, Pakistan

RESEARCH PROJECTS

  1. Principal Investigator, Jersey Shore University Medical Center
    Ranger II SFA Study
    Premarket, randomized controlled trial to evaluate use of a drug coated balloon vs standard balloon angioplasty in subjects with lesions located in superficial femoral artery and proximal popliteal artery.
  2. Principal Investigator, Jersey Shore University Medical Center
    LIFE Study: Least Invasive Fast-Track EVAR
    A Prospective, Multicenter, Non-Randomized consecutively enrolling, post market registry to evaluate the ultra-low profil (14F) Ovation Prime Abdominal Stent Graft System when used in the Percutaneous Endovascular Aneurysm Repair (P-EVAR) treatment of patients with AAA using a Fast-Track EVAR protocol
  3. Principal Investigator , Maine Medical Center
    RESCUE Trial
    Evaluation of the Clinical Performance of the Valiant Thoracic Stent Graft with the Captivia Delivery System for the Endovascular treatment of Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injuries
  4. Sub-Investigator, Maine Medical Center
    The Absolute Pro MOMENTUM Trial
    A Prospective, Multi-Center, Non-Randomized, Single-Arm Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Safety and Effectiveness of the Absolute Pro® Peripheral Self-Expanding Stent System and the Absolute Pro® LL Peripheral Self-Expanding Stent System in the Treatment of Subjects with Atherosclerotic de novo or Restenotic Lesions in the Native Superficial Femoral Artery and/or Native Proximal Popliteal Artery
  5. Sub-Investigator, Maine Medical Center
    SUPERB Trial
    Comparison of the Supera Peripheral System to a Performance Goal Derived from Balloon Angioplasty Clinical Trials in the Superficial Femoral Artery
  6. Sub-Investigator, Maine Medical Center
    CHOICE Trial
    Carotid Stenting for High Surgical-Risk Patients; Evaluating Outcomes Through the Collection of Clinical Evidence

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Emergent TEVAR for Traumatic aortic injury using Total Percutaneous technique.
    Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, MBBS, FACS. Endovascular Forum
    https://www.endovascular.org/index.cfm?event=clinicalMedia.interactiveCaseDeviceReviews&id=317&categoryId=1
  2. Treatment of complex blunt traumatic aortic injury presenting with acute leg ischemia.
    Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, MBBS. Endovascular Forum May 2012. https://www.endovascular.org/index.cfm?event=clinicalMedia.interactiveCaseDetails&id=279&categoryId=8&cc=4&initial=1
  3. Endovascular Treatment of a SFA Pseudoaneurysm Secondary to a Type 4 Life Stent Fracture with
    Stent Deformity and Disconnect using Viabahn Stent Graft. Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, MBBS
    Endovascular Forum April 2012.
    https://www.endovascular.org/index.cfm?event=clinicalMedia.interactiveCaseDetails&i=269&categor
    Id=8
  4. Successful angioplasty and stenting of a chronic total occlusion of SFA with SUPERA stent. Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, MBBS. Endovascular Forum. February 2012.
    https://www.endovascular.org/index.cfm?event=clinicalMedia.interactiveCaseDetailsContent&id=253&categoryId=0
  5. Total Percutaneous Abdominal aortic aneurysm repair
    Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, MD
    MHSA Quarterly newsletter 2010.
  6. Predictors of limb loss despite patent endovascular treated arterial segments (PETAS) Mohammad U.
    Nasir Khan , Gregory S. Cherr, Purandath Lall, Linda M Harris, Maciej L Dryjski, Hasan H Dosluoglu
    Journal of Vascular Surgery Vol. 49, Issue 6, Pages 1440-1445
  7. Endovascular Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair
    Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, MD and Linda M. Harris, MD Editorial Contribution Health Care Bulletin https://www.healthcare-bulletin.com/surgery/ 2008
  8. Anastomotic disruption after large bowel resection: risk factors, management and outcomes
    Mohammad U. Nasir Khan MD, Farshad Abir MD, Walter Longo MD, Robert Kozol, MD, FACS. World J Gastroenterol 2006 April 28; 12(16): 2497-2504
  9. Intraoperative use of gamma probe for localization of recurrent gastrinoma Mohammad U. Nasir Khan
    MD, Carl Malchoff MD, Ron Weiner MD, Robert Kozol MD. Contemporary Surgery. 60(8);371-374. August 2004

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

International Conferences

1. End-points of Resuscitation
Invited International Faculty Grand Rounds, RMC International Scientific Conference 2013

2. Carotid artery Disease-Endarterectomy versus Stenting
Invited International Faculty Grand Rounds, RMC International Scientific Conference 2013

National Societies

1. Predictors of limb loss despite patent endovascular treated arterial segments (PETAS) Mohammad U. Nasir Khan , Gregory S. Cherr, Purandath Lall, Linda M Harris, Maciej L Dryjski, Hasan H Dosluoglu.
25th Annual Vascular Fellows Symposium, New York, NY April 2009

2. Predictors of limb loss despite patent endovascular treated arterial segments (PETAS) Mohammad U. Nasir Khan , Gregory S. Cherr, Purandath Lall, Linda M Harris, Maciej L Dryjski, Hasan H Dosluoglu.
Society of Clinical Vascular Surgery Annual meeting, Las Vegas March 2008.

Regional Meetings/Societies

1. Imaging in Vascular Surgery.
Invited lecture, Department of Anesthesia, MMC November 2010.

2. Updates in Vascular/Endovascular Surgery.
New England Rehabilitation Hospital, Portland, ME. November 2010.

3. Innovations in Vascular Surgery.
InterMed Medical Group, Portland, ME. October 2010.

4. Advances in management (Endovascular) of Type B Aortic dissections.
Department of Critical Care Medicine Grand Rounds, Maine Medical Center March 2010.

5. Endovascular Management of Blunt Traumatic Aortic Injuries.
Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery Review and annual workshop, Maine Medical Center. March 2010.

6. Endovascular Management of Type-B aortic dissections.
Department of Surgery Grand Rounds. SUNY at Buffalo, March 2008.

7. End Points of Resuscitation.
Department of Surgery Grand Rounds, University of Connecticut June 2007.

8. Retrievable IVC filter-a novel approach in preventing PE in patients undergoing RYGB. Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, Syed Ali, Scott Ellner, Jeannine Giovanni and Carlos A. Barba.
Connecticut Chapter of American College of Surgeons meeting November 2005.

9. Safety of C-Spine Clearance With CT Scan In Patients With Altered Mental Status. Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, Bruce Bernstein, Manuel Lorenzo, Anthony Morgan, Carlos Barba
Connecticut Chapter of American College of Surgeons meeting November 2002

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

1. Rare presentation of Blunt Traumatic Aortic Injury (BTAI) successfully treated with aortic endograft
Joshua Ramos MS3, Mohammad U Nasir Khan MD
Jersey Shore University Medical Cneter Annual Reasearch day 2019

2. Non anastomotic, non infectious rupture of Femoral –Femoral bypass graft with chronic large pseudo aneurysm formation. Ayomipo Madein MS3, Mohammad U Nasir Khan MD.
Jersey Shore University Medical Cneter Annual Reasearch day 2019

3. Type B aortic dissection identified following cardiac ablation procedure. Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, Ihab Girgis, Dawn Calderon,
American Thoracic society Meeting 2016

4. Bicuspid aortic valve and fragile aorta. Mohammad U Nasir Khan, Dawn Calderon, Shreiya Ghetya
Miami Valve Conference 2016

5. A Technique for preventing port site complications in Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Banding. Syed Ali, Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, Scott Ellner, Jeannine Giovanni and Carlos A. Barba. Connecticut Chapter of American College of Surgeons meeting November 2005.

6. Retrievable IVC filter-a novel approach in preventing PE in patients undergoing RYGB. Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, Syed Ali, Scott Ellner, Jeannine Giovanni and Carlos A. Barba.
Connecticut Chapter of American College of Surgeons meeting November 2005.

7. Reduced incidence of wound infections with transabdominal introduction of anvil using circular stapler in gastric bypass patients. Carlos Barba, Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, Manuel Lorenzo, Anthony Morgan. American society for bariatric surgery June 2004, San Diego.

8. Safety Of C-Spine Clearance With CT Scan In Patients With Altered Mental Status (AMS). Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, Bruce Bernstein, Manuel Lorenzo, Anthony Morgan, Carlos Barba American Association for surgery of Trauma June 2002.

9. Safety Of C-Spine Clearance With CT Scan In Patients With Altered Mental Status (AMS). Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, Bruce Bernstein, Manuel Lorenzo, Anthony Morgan, Carlos Barba American Association for surgery of Trauma June 2002.

10. Non-self correction of base deficit: an indicator of early graft failure in liver transplant recipients. D. E. Feierman, PhD, MD, C. A. Bodian, DrPH, S. Emre, MD, Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, MD International Anesthesia Research Society March 2001.

11. Inhibition of midazolam metabolism by acetaminophen in rat liver microsomes” D. E. Feierman, PhD, MD, Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, MD International Anesthesia Research Society March 2000.

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

1. A Technique for preventing port site complications in Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Banding. Syed Ali, Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, Scott Ellner, Jeannine Giovanni and Carlos A. Barba. Connecticut Chapter of American College of Surgeons meeting November 2005.

2. Retrievable IVC filter-a novel approach in preventing PE in patients undergoing RYGB. Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, Syed Ali, Scott Ellner, Jeannine Giovanni and Carlos A. Barba.
Connecticut Chapter of American College of Surgeons meeting November 2005.

3. Reduced incidence of wound infections with transabdominal introduction of anvil using circular stapler in gastric bypass patients. Carlos Barba, Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, Manuel Lorenzo, Anthony Morgan. American society for bariatric surgery June 2004, San Diego.

4. Safety Of C-Spine Clearance With CT Scan In Patients With Altered Mental Status (AMS). Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, Bruce Bernstein, Manuel Lorenzo, Anthony Morgan, Carlos Barba American Association for surgery of Trauma June 2002.

5. Safety Of C-Spine Clearance With CT Scan In Patients With Altered Mental Status (AMS). Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, Bruce Bernstein, Manuel Lorenzo, Anthony Morgan, Carlos Barba American Association for surgery of Trauma June 2002.

6. Non-self correction of base deficit: an indicator of early graft failure in liver transplant recipients. D. E. Feierman, PhD, MD, C. A. Bodian, DrPH, S. Emre, MD, Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, MD International Anesthesia Research Society March 2001.

7. Inhibition of midazolam metabolism by acetaminophen in rat liver microsomes” D. E. Feierman, PhD, MD, Mohammad U. Nasir Khan, MD International Anesthesia Research Society March 2000.

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

Fellow | American College of Surgeons
Fellow | Society of Vascular Surgery
Member | Society of Clinical Vascular Society

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