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In her free time, she enjoys reading, swimming and spending time with her family.
In 2004, he spent a year as a clinical fellow at the N.I.H./NINDS studying investigational treatment for brain tumors under the guidance of Dr. Ed Oldfield.
Dr. Murad was honored as the recipient of the Highest Resident Board Score award in 2006, the Resident Research award in 2006, and the Charles P. Chuck Shank award in 2007. Dr. Murad completed his residency in June 2007 and joined the faculty as a clinical lecturer for the UF College of Medicine. Dr. Murad lectures on the neurology segment of the UF CCP course.
He has been an instructor for over 3 decades teaching a variety of adult education courses from customer service to advanced medical care. He is a nationally registered paramedic and a critical care paramedic. He is also a nationally certified EMS educator. He has been involved in EMS since 1978 when he became a CPR instructor. Bob is the former director of emergency care education at St. John’s Hospital in Springfield, Missouri. He was the lead instructor for the paramedic program and has taught at all levels of EMS and nursing. He has earned a faculty appointment at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and also is a guest instructor at Southwest Baptist University’s College of Nursing. He also holds adjunct faculty status at Oklahoma City Community College.
Bob lectures on Enhanced 12 Lead EKG and Capnography for the UF CCP Course. His two day lectures are opened up for other clinicians each class. See the course dates for information on registration and dates.