Dr. Inderbir Padda is an internal medicine resident physician at Richmond University Medical Center in Staten Island, New York. He obtained his medical degree from the CMU School of Medicine in Netherlands Antilles and is currently completing his executive master’s degree in public health majoring in Health Services from the University of Washington. He has also completed a Global Health Delivery certificate from Harvard University.
Dr. Padda has a strong clinical background with interest in public and global health and healthcare administration. Dr. Padda also serves as a freelance medical writer, co-authoring several healthcare publications that have been indexed in PubMed. His most recent work includes the article Comorbidity and Its Impact on Patients with COVID-19, The neurological complexities and prognosis of COVID-19, and Tozinameran (BNT162b2) Vaccine: The Journey from Preclinical Research to Clinical Trials and Authorization.
Dr. Padda is actively involved with other medical professionals and students in multiple collaborative medical research projects and book chapters published in peer-review journals.
Dr. Padda is fluent in English, Punjabi, and Hindi. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, going to the gym, and cooking.
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