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Steve Abman
Steve Abman
Emmanuel ADDO-YOBO
Emmanuel ADDO-YOBO
Savvas Andronikou
Savvas Andronikou
Eugenio Baraldi
Eugenio Baraldi
Danielle Belgrave
Danielle Belgrave
Klaus Bonnelykke
Klaus Bonnelykke
Andrew Bush
Andrew Bush
Carlo Castellani
Carlo Castellani
Andrew Colin
Andrew Colin
Adnan Custovic
Adnan Custovic
Renato Cutrera
Renato Cutrera
Pierre Goussard
Pierre Goussard
Robert P. Guillerman
Robert P. Guillerman
Eitan Kerem
Eitan Kerem
Indu Khosla
Indu Khosla
Jane Kirkby
Jane Kirkby
Keith Klugman
Keith Klugman
Amir Kugelman
Amir Kugelman
Enrico Lombardi
Enrico Lombardi
Sooky Lum
Sooky Lum
Fernando Martinez
Fernando Martinez
Giovanni Morana
Giovanni Morana
Liam O'Mahony
Liam O'Mahony
Giorgio Piacentini
Giorgio Piacentini
Giovanni Piedimonte
Giovanni Piedimonte
Christian Poets
Christian Poets
Petr Pohunek
Petr Pohunek
Jean-Paul Praud
Jean-Paul Praud
Giovanni Rossi
Giovanni Rossi
Bruce Rubin
Bruce Rubin
Sejal Saglani
Sejal Saglani
Francesca Santamaria
Francesca Santamaria
Isabelle Sermet-Gaudelus
Isabelle Sermet-Gaudelus
Florian Singer
Florian Singer
Peter Sly
Peter Sly
Manuel Soto-Martínez
Manuel Soto-Martínez
Renato Stein
Renato Stein
Alexander Tuazon
Alexander Tuazon
Mariapia Vila
Mariapia Vila
Tsu Fuh Yeh
Tsu Fuh Yeh
Heather Zar
Heather Zar

Faculty members


Indu Khosla

Dr Indu Khosla, a valedictorian in Pediatrics from the Mumbai University, India (1989) runs a busy paediatric care centre in the bustling metropolis of Mumbai. About half her working hours are spent caring for children with acute and chronic respiratory illness. She was a consultant at the PD Hinduja Hospital a tertiary care hospital for 8 years till recently.

In the absence of a formal training program in paediatric pulmonology in India, Indu has largely been a self-taught individual. After an incisive stint as an observer in pediatric pulmonology in 2006 at Southampton, UK with the RCPCH grant, and an Observer post at the Overlake Hospital in Seattle for sleep medicine, she trained in Bronchoscopy in India.

 She has been a core team member in writing the guidelines for management of asthma for children of India (called ABC -Asthma by consensus) and its accompanying power point module (ATM-Asthma training module). Both these have been hugely successful programs of the Indian Academy of Pediatrics. She has lectured through the length and breadth of the country and has conducted various workshops for training physicians, paramedics and laypersons in Asthma management and is in the process of designing a large multi centric study for prevalence of Asthma in India. She actively works with the Respiratory chapter of the Indian Academy of Pediatrics and has recently organised a large respiratory meet in Mumbai which was attended by paediatric pulmonologists and paediatricians from India and the Asian sub-continent. She is also working on forming a Registry for PCD in India. She is part of the subcommittee for writing OSA guidelines for the Asia Pacific region. 

Indu Khosla