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Aditya Chada MD: Aditya is a second year fellow in pulmonary critical care medicine at UAMS. He completed his medical school training from MNR Medical College, India. He did his clinical clerkships from Alpert Brown medical school and Memorial Sloan Kettering hospital. He moved to Orlando for residency training in Internal medicine at Florida hospital, which is largest hospital in Central Florida. His interests include critical care medicine, pulmonary hypertension and sleep medicine. When not at work, he likes to travel, swim and spend time with family. He is married to Dhatri Chada who will be starting her residency soon. PHOTO

Ahmad Tarawneh MD: Ahmad is a second year fellow. Born and raised in Al-Karak, Jordan, he completed medical training at Mutah University in 2009. Post-graduation, Dr. Tarawneh worked at the King Hussein Cancer Center in Amman, Jordan for two years, moved to the United States and finished internal medicine residency in UTMB, Galveston, TX. His interests include intensive care, quality improvement and interventional pulmonology. Outside work he enjoys following technology and electronics news, photography and bowling. He lives in Little Rock with his wife Arwa and their baby boy Hamza. PHOTO

Brad Meredith MD:  Brad is a first year fellow. He received his undergraduate degree in Biology and Psychology in 2007 and then completed medical school at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 2011. He did his internship and internal medicine residency at UAMS. He lives in Little Rock with his wife and baby daughter. Dr Merediths’ research interests include Palliative Care integration in the care of critically ill patients and resident sign out.

Samia Ayub MD: Samia is a third year fellow in pulmonary critical care at UAMS, originally from Pakistan. She completed her medical school training from Aga Khan University in Karachi, and then worked as a research fellow in the department of medicine at the Aga Khan University. She moved to Boston for residency training in internal medicine at Mount Auburn hospital, which is a teaching hospital of the Harvard medical school. Her interests include pulmonary hypertension, sleep medicine, and cystic fibrosis. She likes travelling and exploring different places with her husband Tariq. PHOTO