Prof Qasim Bashir elected honorary fellow of Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh

Professor Dr Qasim Bashir, Clinical & Interventional Neurologist, Head of Department Neurology at Services Institute of Medical Sciences, Lahore has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.

The Society rigorously assesses the achievements of those it appoints as fellows considering their professional standing and recognizing excellence across a diverse range of expertise and experience, and its effect on society.

This exceptional honor is fitting recognition of Dr Qasim Bashir’s outstanding contributions especially in Stroke & Interventional Neurology in Pakistan.

Dr Qasim is son of renowned late Professor Dr Bashir Ahmad [Neurosurgeon]. He is a graduate of King Edward Medical College, Lahore and completed Neurology residency from University of Vermont at Burlington, USA and additional fellowship training and board certifications in Vascular [Stroke] Neurology and Neurocritical care from renowned Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Ohio, USA.

He completed a third fellowship in Neuroendovascular Surgery/Interventional Neurology from University of Illinois at Chicago, USA; where he also held faculty position for 5 years before relocating to his birth city – Lahore.

Dr Qasim Bashir is a Fellow of Society of Vascular Intervention Neurology [SVIN], USA and holds the distinctive Neuroendovascular Surgery credentialing from The Committee on Advanced Subspecialty Training (CAST), USA which falls under the Council of the Society of Neurological Surgeons, USA.

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