Dr. Aftab Ahmed, Vice President of Health Care Facilities Development, has been working on many infectious diseases like hepatitis-A,B,C,D & E, obesity virus
(Ad-36), acute respiratory infections and diarrheal diseases. He has more than 100 publications and presentations. He has also written chapters “Complications of Obesity” in Encyclopedia of Human Nutrition and “The Serum Proteins in Health and Disease” in the book “Protein Structure-Function Relationship.”
Dr. Ahmed has completed his projects with the collaborations of National Institute of Health USA, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, US AID/ Applied Diarrheal Diseases Research Project USA, Pak Medical Research Council. He worked in MedStar Research Institute, Washington DC., as Director, Research Laboratory. He also established a clinical/virology Center for Obetech, Obesity Research Institute, Richmond VA. He participates as a Director/Coordinator in the establishment of International Referral Epidemic Center (infectious diseases) “The Pak US Laboratory for Seroepidemiology” in Pakistan with the collaboration of US and Pakistan Governments. Dr. Ahmed has more than twenty five years of vast experience in the administration, research and teaching fields of health and sciences.