Dr. Naveed ur Rehman Siddiqui is currently working as an Assistant Professor, pediatric intensivist, and Director of quality and safety PICU, at Aga Khan University Hospital. He graduated from Sindh Medical College in 2006 and completed his Pediatric residency and Pediatric Critical Care Medicine clinical fellowship at Aga Khan University hospital. After the fellowship, worked for 3 years in pediatric critical care medicine at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and done advance pediatric critical care fellowship at Hospital for SickKids Toronto, Canada. He holds an FCPS degree in Pediatric medicine from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan & European board certification in Pediatric Intensive Care EPIC dip. He has a number of publications in the field of pediatric critical care medicine. He enjoys teaching esp. at the bedside and understanding the physiology of patients.
Dr. Naveed ur Rehman Siddiqui's special interest includes Quality and Safety in Pediatric Critical Care and Artificial intelligence in Health care: LMIC perspective. Clinical teaching of critically ill children physiology, Sepsis and its phenotypes and its outcomes, and Ultrasonography in Pediatric critical care medicine.