Moved back home to HoustonLINK
Took my advanced perioperative transesophageal echocardiography exam (PTEeXAM) from the American Board of EchocardiographyLINK
Completed my adult cardiothoracic anesthesiology fellowship. Awarded Fellow Of The Year 2018-2019.
Took the first ever critical care ultrasound board exam (CCEeXAM) from the American Board of EchocardiographyLINK
Took my critical care medicine written board exam. Board certified in critical care medicine on October 13, 2018.LINK
Started my adult cardiothoracic (CT) anesthesiology fellowship at the BrighamLINK
Traveled to Raleigh, North Carolina to take the American Board of Anesthesiology's Applied Exam consisting of the standard oral examination (SOE) and objective structured clinical examination (OSCE). Board certified in anesthesiology on March 8, 2018.LINK
Completed the second half of the American Board of Anesthesiology's written examsLINK
Started my critical care medicine fellowship at the Brigham
Moved to Boston, Massachusetts to begin my fellowship trainingLINK
Completed with my categorical anesthesiology residency at Baylor College of Medicine. Awarded the Gertie Marx Award (outstanding performance in obstetric anesthesia) and Robert D. Dripps Memorial Award (outstanding graduate resident in anesthesiology)LINK
Selected as a chief anesthesiology resident by faculty and residentsLINK
Accepted an outside-of-match offer to do my critical care medicine and adult cardiothoracic anesthesiology fellowships at Brigham and Women's Hospital - Harvard Medical SchoolLINK
Took the first part of my written American Board of Anesthesiology board exams. Scored in the top 10th percentile.LINK
Took the United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) Step 3LINK
Began my intern year on the nephrology service at the VA HospitalLINK
Graduated from medical school at the Jesse H. Jones Hall. As a medical student, I participated in the following activities: Admissions Committee Student Co-Chair, Surgical Corps Co-Founder, Emergency Medicine Interest Group, Student Research Society, Gold Humanism Society Member
Matched to my number 1 choice - categorical anesthesiology residency at Baylor College of MedicineLINK
Took the United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) Step 2 - Clinical KnowledgeLINK
Took the United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) Step 2 - Clinical Skills (CS)
Took the United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) Step 1LINK
My medical school white coat ceremonyLINK
Medical school orientation begins at the Piney Woods in Cleveland, Texas.
Received "the phone call" from my dream medical school - Baylor College of Medicine - informing me of my acceptance!LINK
Taught physical sciences for the Princeton Review - MCAT Review course
Owned and barista at It's A Grind Coffee House in Sugar Land, Texas. Sold it prior to beginning medical school.
Graduated summa cum laude (GPA 4.0) with a double bachelor of science in three years. Awarded President's Award for Exemplary All-Round Male Student, Outstanding Chemistry Lab Teacher's Assistant, Mr. Alpha Phi Omega, Max and Celia Grigsby Award for Outstanding Student in the College of Science and Mathematics, and Mr. HBU, Who's Who Among College Students, National Dean's List
During my undergrad time, I was involved with the following organizations: Alpha Epsilon Delta (chapter president and webmaster), Alpha Phi Omega (national co-ed service fraternity), Alpha Chi Honor Society, Omicron Delta Kappa Honorary Leadership Society, Society of Physics Students, South Asian Student Association (secretary), Student Foundation
Took the medical college admissions test (MCAT) twice before I was satisfied with my score.
Pursued a double major in chemistry and biochemistry molecular biology (BCMB). Awarded Freshman of the Year by the College of Science and Mathematics (COSM)
Completed high school in three years. Onward to college!
I attended Cinco Ranch High School for my freshman year and was rezoned to James E. Taylor High School for my sophomore and junior/senior years.