Sayed Shinwari, MD, MPH

Sayed A Shinwari, MD, MPH

Name: Sayed A Shinwari, MD, MPH

USU Department of Primary Appointment: 
Preventive Medicine and Biostatistics
Title: 
Course Director
Faculty Rank: 
Assistant Professor
Location: 
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD

Research Interests:
Global Health
Public Health

Office Phone: 
(301) 294-1490

Education

- National Commission for the Certification of Surgical Assistants (NCCSA), USA
2016
Certified Surgical Assistant (CSA)
- George Washington University (GWU), Washington DC
2011
MPH/ Global Health Management
- Kaplan Medical, Washington DC
August 2011 – October 2011
Preparation for United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE)
- Apollo Hospital, New Delhi, India
June 2007 – August 2007
Clinical observation in the areas of echocardiography, angiography, and cardiovascular surgery
- Riley Hospitals for Children, Indiana School of Medicine, Indiana, USA
January 2006 – February 2006
Training observation in the areas of hematology/oncology, nephrology, rheumatology, infectious diseases, endocrinology, cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery, neonatal intensive care, and general pediatric care.
- Kabul Medical University (KMU), Kabul, Afghanistan
2006
MD

Biography

Dr. Sayed Alam Shinwari works as an International Health Systems Advisor for Training & Professional Development Division at Center for Global Health Engagement. Dr. Shinwari is serving as a Global Health Engagement consultant specializing in the reconstruction and stabilization of healthcare systems in post-conflict environments. Dr. Shinwari is a Faculty member, Assistant Professor, and Course Director at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS).
Dr. Shinwari is a graduate of Kabul Medical University (KMU) Kabul, Afghanistan (2006) and received a Masters of Public Health (MPH) in Global Health from George Washington University (2011). He started his career working as a general practitioner in Kabul, before joining various US Army-sponsored medical trainings and observation programs in hospitals located in Afghanistan, India, and the US. Since the onset of Operation Enduring Freedom, Dr. Shinwari has worked as a public health coordinator for the U.S. Army (2003-2007). He coordinated and conducted various public health projects, serving as a liaison between the Afghan National Army/National Police, the Afghan public health sector, the Afghan population, the International Security Assistance Forces (ISAF), NATO, International Organizations, NGOs, and U.S. Army officials. Dr. Shinwari has been serving as the President of Afghan Medical Professionals Associations of America since 2015. Dr. Shinwari was born in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province and was raised in Kabul. He speaks Pashto (Native), Dari (Native), Farsi, Urdu and English.

Representative publications, projects, and/or deployments

  • Director, Health Context Analysis Course | Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences(USUHS) November 2015 – Present
  • Director, Summer Operational Course | Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences(USUHS), Center for Global Health Engagement July 2016 – Present
  • International Health Systems Advisor | Center for Global Health Engagement (CGHE) October 2011 – Present
  • Assistant Professor | Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences(USUHS) January 2012 – Present
  • President | Afghan Medical Professionals Association of America (AMPAA) January 2015 – Present
  • Analyst/ Commentator | Voice of America (VOA), TV & Radio - Afghanistan 2010 – Present
  • Member of Board of Directors |Afghan Medical Professionals Association of America (AMPAA) 2008 – Dec 2014
  • Curriculum Developer |Diplomatic Language Services (DLS), Arlington, Virginia, USA Oct 2008 – June 2011
  • General Practitioner | Afghan governmental and private hospitals (Maiwand, Ataturk, Indira Gandhi, Wahage, Wazir Akbar Khan) May 2005 – November 2007
  • Public Health Coordinator/Medical Interpreter & Translator | U.S. Army/International Security Assistance Forces (ISAF)/NATO May 2003 – Sep 2007