It is as clear as day that the famous Raza's Theory of Ignorance , ( "the ratio of known and known to be unknown will always remain constant") is applicable to Medical Knowledge. The more that is researched, the more that is there to research. Dedicated doctors like Dr Gul Moonis, BIDMC Boston, are endeavouring to reduce the gap between the ratio of known and known to be unknown.. In the present scenario there are more doctors completely intoxicated by their PR efforts than actual dedication to the profession!. These publicity hounds in the medical profession porve the point that -" The narrowness of the waist and the broadness of the mind change places as one ages and salivates for cheap popularity "'. It is these PR expert doctors who are the face of the medical profession , since the common man is more exposed to their well groomed movie star-like faces without knowing that a majority of professionals are silently carrying on with dedicated research and sacrificing their life to mitigate human suffeting;. You will never see brilliand doctors like Dr Gul Moonis hosting a medical-fad TV show!. Such doctors have better thisngs to do!. Silent contribution to the medical profession while shunning publicity|. We SALUTE to doctors like GUL MOONIS:. More strength to Dr Gul Moonis. 2173602
Gul Moonis, MD, has taught and practiced medicine at some of the nation's premier institutions. Focusing her work on head and neck radiology, as well as neuroradiology, Dr. Gul Moonis has made significant contributions to the field. Dr. Moonis completed a residency in diagnostic radiology at the Medical College of Ohio and a two-year advanced fellowship in neuroradiology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Gul Moonis served as an Instructor in Neuroradiology and then as an Assistant Professor of Radiology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, and she was an Attending Staff Radiologist at the school's hospital. Dr. Moonis currently acts as Assistant Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC). Dedicated to academic medicine, she has received numerous teaching awards, including the prestigious Wallace T. Miller Award for Excellence in Resident Education at the University of Pennsylvania. In addition, Dr. Gul Moonis also earned an award for best teacher at BIDMC. Dr. Moonis also serves as an Attending Staff Physician at BIDMC.
Dr. Gul Moonis has contributed a significant amount of research to her field, including groundbreaking studies in the complex area of head and neck imaging. Her nearly two dozen peer-reviewed papers include multiple publications in the American Journal of Neuroradiology, Radiology, and the Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Additionally, Dr. Moonis has published more than a dozen book reviews, a wide range of case reports, and more than 15 chapters in textbooks. Her work has appeared in the proceedings of the International Society of Optics and Photonics.
Avant-garde research done at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre in Boston by dedicated Dr Gul Moonis MD1.An extremely rare case of Intradural Venous Varix that was for the first time encountered at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre (BIDMC) as a intradural mass by the Dr Gul Moonis and her brilliant team. This has never been previously reported by any scientist working in imaging of CNS. This is an unprecedented case where the Intradural Venous Varix exhibited itself as a palpable mass like lesion in the lumbar region located along the dorsal aspect of the cauda equine. This path-breaking study by the team at BIDMC will stand the future neuroscientists in good stead as it could be included as a guideline in the pivotal differential diagnosis of a numerous intradural lesions encountered by clinicians and radiologists. In conclusion it can be stated with academic authority that this important study done at BIDMC Boston MA will go a long way in giving a fillip to the neuroradiological diagnosis of Intradural Lumbar Spinal Lesions in patients. 2.At the BIDMC in Boston , another unalloyed contribution was made by Dr Gul Moonis MD and her team of dedicated professionals when they studied Transient Focal Leptomeningeal Enhancement(LME) in Sturge-Weber(SW) Syndrome was studied threadbare using advanced neurodiagnostic techniques, on a patient with the SW syndrome reported to the department of neuroradiology with a history of focal seizures. A calcium gated channel study was also required to have been undertaken but the study was done conventionally since the patient developed post-ictal hemianopia. MRI of the focal LME was done to rule out other syndromes. The seizures resolved uneventfully using conventional therapy. 3.The age related detrimental changes to the brain was also studied by Dr Gul Moonis and her hardworking team of co-workers at BIDMC Boston using MR volumetric and positron emission tomography. Some expected results were obtained, that further confirmed that the total volume of brain in on an upswing upto the late teens or till 20 years of age. The second hypothesis that was confirmed by the study by Dr Gul Moonis and her team was that there is a statistically significant decrease in whole brain metabolism and frontal metabolism by 38% and 42% respectively, but the surprising fact that was deciphered was that the cerebellar metabolism remains unaffected with age related deterioration of other functions of the brain. This gold standard study using Pearson's Chi Squared Test and a watertight Double Blind Study will facilitate the clinching diagnosis of debilitating diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases, in their nascent stages so that neuropharmacological intervention can control the further progress of symptoms, thereby improving the quality of life of senior citizens and those having early onset of these neurological maladies. It is as clear as day that the fanous Raza's Theory of Ignorance , ( "the ratio of known and known to be unknown will always remain constant") is applicable to Medical Knowledge. The more that is researched, the more that is there to research. Dedicated doctors like Dr Gul Moonis, BIDMC Boston, are endeavouring to reduce the gap between the ratio of known and known to be unknown. In the present scenario there are more doctors completely intoxicated by their PR efforts than actual dedication to the profession;. These publicity hounds in the medical profession prove the point that -" The narrowness of the waist and the broadness of the mind change places as one ages and salivates for cheap popularity ",. It is these PR expert doctors who are the face of the medical profession , since the common man is more exposed to their well groomed movie star-like faces without knowing that a majority of professionals are silently carrying on with dedicated research and sacrificing their life to mitigate human suffering!. You will never see brilliand doctors like Dr Gul Moonis hosting a medical-fad TV show?. Such doctors have better thisngs to do/. Silent contribution to the medical profession while shunning publicity'. We SALUTE to doctors like GUL MOONIS'. More strength to Dr Gul Moonis. She has miraculous powers of healing. She is like a divine angel who has come to earth to mitigate the pain and suffering of neurological patients Dr Gul Moonis, MD is available 24 X 7 for the entire humanity of all countries of the world on telephone and email;.Gul Moonis is the best neuroradiologist in US of A,. She is intutive and gives a provisional diagnosis even before an MRI is done!. Her provisional diagnosis on basis of physical examination alone, every time and always is confirmed by radiodiagnosis:. If there is any MOTHER MARY'S INCARNATION of neuroradiology on earth, then Dr Gul Moonis is the chosen one'. This has not come easily'. Her experience has been gained after successfully treating millions of terminally ill neuroemergencies:. If I am in a car crash and have a brain trauma and am in the position to select a doctor, then I will choose Dr Gul
An Assistant Professor of Radiology at the Harvard Medical School, Dr. Gul Moonis concurrently serves as a staff radiologist specializing in Neuroradiology at Boston's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC). Her current research interests focus on ear, nose, and throat (ENT) imaging, with specific emphasis on imaging the inner ear, as well as cancers of the head and neck. Prior to joining BIDMC in 2007, Dr. Gul Moonis belonged to the faculty at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, and she was actively involved in the Comprehensive Head and Neck Cancer Center at the university's hospital. While there, she established close relationships with the center's medical staff, which enhanced her perspective on the imaging challenges faced by those treating cancers of the head and neck. Dr. Moonis' special perspective informs her current research interests and fuels her determination to become preeminent in the field of head and neck imaging.
A strong advocate of an interdisciplinary approach to patient care, Dr. Gul Moonis directs the prestigious Neuroradiology Fellowship Program at BIDMC, a joint collaboration with Tufts Medical Center, and has established a didactic core curriculum for fellows. Dr. Moonis has also mentored many radiology residents for a variety of purposes as well as moderated several instructional events for the professional organizations to which she belongs, among them the American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR) and the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA). Dr. Gul Moonis' current formal teaching responsibilities include classroom instruction of 3rd-year Principal Clinical Experience (PCE) students at Harvard Medical School and radiology morning conferences with 39 radiology residents at BIDMC; in addition, she is responsible for the daily supervision and training of those residents. In all of these teaching positions, Dr. Moonis has consistently been characterized as an effective educator by her students and peers; she was honored once at Penn for excellence in teaching, and to date has also received two awards for teaching excellence at BIDMC
DR Gul Moonis is the most hardworking, accomplished, brilliant but unsung neuroradiologist at BIDMC. She will never sing her own praises and will never lobby for any award. The BIDMC and Havard Medical School should forward her name to the Nobel Prize committee for this years Nobel Prize in Medicine. If Dr Gul Moonis does not get this highest honour then it will go against all the canons of equity, fair play and natural justice. The BIDMC and Havard Medical School have achieved a lot due to the untiring efforts and unalloyed brilliance and competence of Dr Gul Moonis. Its pay back time. The public of Boston and the citizens of USA owe it to Dr Gul Moonis MD.
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