Dr. Satish Chandra
Senior Specialist and Director of Medical Research & Innovation
Johns Hopkins Medicine Affiliate Tawam Hospital, Al Ain UAE
A medical & research professional with a distinction of serving in the senior management of academic medical centers, hospitals and the pharmaceutical industry in the USA, and the UAE. Key opinion leader for innovation in medicine, clinical trials, research ethics & regulations, Joint Commission accreditation, care quality, public health, health policy, medical residency training including the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education International (USA), and patient safety. The original inventor of the human major depression disorder gene. Recipient of several global awards from the USA, Japan and Switzerland, and the Innovator of the year for medical innovation 2018-2019, from the government of the UAE. Satish graduated from TN Medical College and obtained a Ph.D. in Medical Biochemistry from the USA, masters in healthcare management information from the University of Nebraska Business School, USA and is certified by the American Board Medical Quality, Medical Innovation, and Medical informatics. He is the director for medical innovation and research at Tawam Hospital, Associate Clinical Professor UAE College of Medicine and Editorial board advisory of many international journals, and editor in chief of the Applied Clinical Research Clinical Trials and Regulatory Affairs (USA). He conducts patient research and teaches medical students and residents.