Naresh Ahuja, MD, FASMBS

  • Bariatric Surgery,Surgery

    Board Certified
    Accepting New Patients

    New Life Weight Loss Center

    317 S 14th Street, Ste 1
    Herrin, IL 62948
    618.988.6171
    http://www.newlifeweightlosscenter.com

    Office Hours:
    Monday-Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm



    Hospital Affiliations:
    • Memorial Hospital of Carbondale
    • Herrin Hospital
    Education & Training:
    • Education:Dow Medical College, Karachi, Pakistan/Methodist Dallas Medical Center, Dallas, TX
    • Fellowships:Trauma Research Fellowship, Bethesda, MD / Minimal Invasive & Bariatric Surgery Fellowship, University of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, PA
    Professional Interests
    • Advanced Laparoscopic/Robotic, Minimally Invasive General and Bariatric Surgery
    Professional Societies
    • American Society of Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery, American Hepato Pancreato Biliary Association, Association for Academic Surgery, Society of American Gastrointestinal Surgeons, American College of Surgeons
    Honors & Awards
    • May 2006- 1st place Winner, Resident Oral Presentation Competition, Washington Hospital Center/Medstar Research Institute, Annual Research Day, Washington DC. Testing of modified hemostats in a swine model of lethal groin injury. May 2006- 2nd place Winner, Resident Oral Presentation Competition, Washington Hospital Center/Medstar Research Institute, Annual Research Day, Washington DC. Acetylation of cardiac histones and expression of histone-regulated gene can be modulated through fluid resucitation in a swine model of lethal hemmorrhagic shock. May 2005- 1st place Winner, Resident Oral Presentation Competition, Washington Hospital Center/Medstar Research Institute, Annual Research Day, Washington DC. Profound Hypothermia Preserves Neurons and Astrocytes, and Protects Cognitive functions in a Swine Model of Lethal Hemmorrhage. 2005- 1st place Winner, Resident Oral Presentation Competition, Washington Hospital Center/Medstar Research Institute, Annual Research Day, Washington DC. Acetylation of cardiac Histones and expression of histone-regulated genes can be modulated through fluid resucitation in a swine model hemorrhage. 2004-2005 1st Place Winner-Basic Science , Surgical Resident's Competitive Forum, American College of Surgery, Metropolitan Washington Chapter, Washington DC. Profound Hypothermia Preserves Neurons and Astrocytes, and Protects Cognitive functions in a Swine Model of Lethal Hemmorrhage.
    Languages:
    • English, Hindi, Sindhi, Urdu