Dr. Prashant Chhajed is one the best Pulmonologist in Navi Mumbai. He has an experience of more than 15 years in his field. Dr. Prashant Chhajed is Director of Lung Care and Sleep Centre Fortis Hiranandani Hospital, Navi Mumbai. Dr. Chhajed is a recognized expert in all facets of bronchoscopy. He has also been an active clinical researcher in the area of asthma, obstructive lung disease and lung transplantation. Dr Prashant Chhajed has been an invited lecturer at numerous national and international meetings, and he is a well recognized teacher and has been a faculty in numerous bronchoscopy workshops around the world.
Fortis Hiranandani Hospital, Vashi
“Swiss TB Award”. “Interventional Pulmonology – Best Presentation Award”, European Respiratory Society, Denmark. Chhajed et al. “Interventional bronchoscopy permits parenchyma sparing surgery in lung cancer”. “Best Paper Award”: Swiss Pulmonology Meeting. Azzola A, Havrik A, Chhajed PN, et al. ‘In vitro Proliferation of human fibroblast in IPF & its inhibition by immunosuppressive drugs’. “Best Paper Award”: JAPI. Shah, Singal, Chhajed et al. ‘Bronchoscopic closure of BPF using gelfoam’. CHARAK Award” for Achievements in Medical Research, Red Swastik Society of India, Mumbai. “Clinical Prize for Research Excellence”, 10th Annual St Vincent's Research Symposium, Sydney. “Ranked second” at the University of Bombay for M.D. “Ranked first”, College of Physicians & Surgeons (CPS), Mumbai – PG examination for DETRD.
Privat Dozen (PD), University Hospital Basel, SWITZERLAND. Statistical Methods Course, University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA. FCCP American College of Chest Physicians, USA. Sleep Technology Course, University of Sydney & Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, AUSTRALIA. Diplomate of the National Board in Respiratory Medicine, New Delhi, INDIA Medical Doctorate (MD), University of Mumbai, INDIA DETRD (Dip. Environmental, TB & Respiratory Dis), College of Physicians & Surgeons, Mumbai, INDIA MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery), University of Bombay, INDIA
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