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Research groups

Asma Alamoudi

DPhil Student

I am a DPhil student in Professor Peter Robbins’s group, where I am working on a new method of measuring lung inhomogeneity using highly accurate laser gas analyzer. I am interested in respiratory physiology, pathology, and in researching new respiratory modalities and treatments. My educational background and experience are in respiratory science. I received my undergraduate degree in respiratory care from Dammam University in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. I later worked as a respiratory therapist at Saad’s specialist hospital. I continued my higher education at Rush University in Chicago, IL, where I completed and presented my thesis research: An Evaluation of Aerosolized pulmonary vasodilator in Pediatric Lung Model during my graduate studies for my Master’s program. There I was trained at Rush University Medical Center. Later on, I worked in Saudi Arabia as a Clinical Education Coordinator and a Respiratory Care Lecturer at Prince Sultan Military College of Health Sciences.