I am is a Clinical Endocrinologist practicing in Chicago IL for past 20 years.
I completed Internal medicine training at Loyola university Hospital in Chicago in year 2003. I did fellowship in Endocrinology Diabetes and metabolism & Nutrition at the Rosalind Franklin university of health sciences in 2005. I am a fellow of American college of Endocrinology.
My primary interest has been in the area of Diabetes and Obesity. my experience crosses between research and clinical practice. Some of my initial research was on age related cognitive decline in diabetics and continuous glucose monitoring. I was then focused on clinical practice for few years. I Chalisa has been interviewed and have published
several articles on Diabetes in local newspapers and Journals and have been a speaker in several national and International diabetes and obesity conferences.
I am also the founder and president of a Diabetes nonprofit organization. Main mission of my organization is to prevent diabetes complications through early screening and education. I am actively involved with multiple community awareness programs and clinics in Chicago area. I have been recording lectures on Diabetes for medical schools internationally and have been a mentor for many medical students.
I am currently also a student at the Harvard Medical School Post Graduate Medical Education Effective Writing for Health Care Program