Dr. Nir Hus is a respectable researcher, scientist and surgeon with an accomplished career in Medicinal field. He has a strong ethic and dedication towards his field and hence served in the contribution of many good deeds to the public. The colleagues as well as the employers had given enough recognition for him and applauded him for his services and dedication. Dr. Hus graduated from the University of Miami with a Bachelor’s degree in marine science and biology and latter commenced through the multi door openings of academic research of his career, Information Technology and medicine. He served as a Co – Founder for a small firm based at Miami for Advanced Technologies Consulting Group, Inc., as he directed towards serving for the clients’ manifold needs in biotechnology and health care sectors. His prime emphasis lies on the implantation and design of records managements systems.
With this service running on one side, Dr. Nir Hus also leaped forward and enrolled for the Joint MD/Ph.D program in the same University of Miami at Leonard M. Miller Medicine School. From then on, for the next few years, he followed a rigorous schedule of curriculum for medicine and also various other research activities in the subjects of molecular biology, bioinformatics and biochemistry. Even during the number of accomplishments he made in this period, Dr. Hus was able to conduct research on the complications that were involved on gastro intestines. This led to the publication of the edition on Gynecological Oncology in the January of 2004. In addition to all these, he also developed and won a single US patent, an extraction tool for DNA – Xcisor. This made him the American Medical Association to entitle a research grant and he was able to conduct investigations of the cervical cancer, gynecologic and breast tumors, U46 bacterial proteases and many more.
After the successful completion of M.D, Dr. Nir Hus was given the opportunity to defend his dissertation on two categories. The doctor published one of his articles in the Biological Chemistry journal, “challenging current paradigms related to cardiomyopathies” for which he was given the US provisional patent real time fluoroscopy of biliary tree – noninvasive in vivo. He began the general surgery at the residency of the medical center at Mount Sinai and also the Miami Heart institute located at the Miami Beach. Dr. Hus finished the clinical training course, five years later and the recent one year fellowship clinical training was at June 2011 in the Ryder Trauma Center.