With more than three decades of medical experience, Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva holds a range of professional responsibilities, including serving as professor of pediatrics with the Medical College of Wisconsin. During his long and distinguished career, Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva has received grant funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and served as principal investigator on an initiative to develop Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit (PEHSU) capacity across the Eastern states.

Operating in partnership with numerous academic centers, PEHSUs focus on offering education and guidance related to the environmental health-related issues that children often face. These include topics such as…


A physician with more than two decades of experience in pediatric critical care and sleep medicine, Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva serves as the associate executive director of the American Academy of Pediatrics in Wisconsin. Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva also belongs to the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM), which is preparing for its 47th Critical Care Congress.

The Critical Care Congress unites multidisciplinary professionals for a four-day conference that highlights the latest evidence-based developments in critical care medicine. SCCM’s largest critical care event, the congress presents a variety of interactive workshops, thought-provoking panel discussions, and stimulating educational sessions. …


Before becoming the associate executive director of the American Academy of Pediatrics in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva attended the University of Strathclyde, where he earned a doctor of business administration (DBA) in management sciences. Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva also attended Marquette University Law School, where he earned his law degree.

Founded in 1892, the Marquette University Law School offers several programs for those desiring to pursue a career in law, including part-time options and joint-degree programs to give students a wide variety of choices. To give students additional hands-on training, the law school offers a Moot Court program.


With six degrees, Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva serves as associate executive director of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva also instructs aspiring pediatricians in his role as professor of pediatrics at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

The Medical College of Wisconsin traces its history to the 1890s, a decade in which both the Wisconsin College of Physicians and Surgeons and the Milwaukee Medical College were established. Marquette University absorbed the latter school in 1907 and, following the publication of the influential Flexner Report, acquired the Wisconsin College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1913. In that same year, Marquette merged…


After earning his undergraduate degree at the Armed Forces Medical College in India, Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva went on to not only earn a doctor of medicine, but he also holds a PhD in epidemiology and a juris doctor. An accomplished healthcare executive and physician with a career spanning more than three decades, Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva now holds the position of associate director of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).

According to a recent article published in the peer-reviewed journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, children should not be given fruit juice in their first year of life. The article…


An accomplished physician and leader in the public health sector, Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva currently serves as associate executive director of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) in Elk Grove Village, Illinois. In his role at AAP, Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva was responsible for the creation of the Department for Subspecialty Pediatrics and oversees its daily activities.

A recent study found in Pediatrics, the journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, has found that breastfeeding for at least six months had a negligible effect on a child’s later cognitive abilities. …


Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva is the associate executive director of the American Academy of Pediatrics in Illinois, where he also holds the titles medical director of quality initiatives and director of the Department of Subspecialty Pediatrics. Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva also leverages his expertise to serve as the principal investigator at the CHIPRA-funded Pediatric Quality Measures Program Centers of Excellence.

The Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009 (CHIPRA) required the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) to identify and implement certain quality measures in pediatric health care services through Medicaid. …


A physician, attorney, and business professional, Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva has devoted his range of knowledge to the medical profession for more than three decades. Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva is a sought-after presenter and researcher, and an elected member of the Society for Pediatric Research (SPR).

The SPR supports medical investigators in their research and career advancement goals. In 2012, the SPR developed the Young Investigator Coaching Program (YICP), which seeks to ensure the future of pediatric research through the mentorship of early-career investigators.

Within the YICP, established professionals in the field of pediatrics mentor researchers just beginning their careers. These mentors…


After more than 30 years of working in the medical field, Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva was given the position of associate executive director of the American Academy of Pediatrics. In addition, Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva is also a member of the American Board of Pediatrics under the Sleep Medicine sector.

A new study, conducted by researchers from the Department of Sleep Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital, suggests that the main factor that affects teens’ emotional behavior and thinking skills is not a lack of sleep, as many had supposed. …


Since Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva graduated from medical school, he has also acquired a junior law degree and an MBA. After working for over 30 years in the medical field, he now holds the position of associate executive director of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).

The American Academy of Pediatrics revoked its ‘no screens under 2’ rule, which it issued in 1999 due to new research about children’s television viewing habits. It is no longer a matter of what children see on the screen, but whom they watch it with.

Studies show that accompanying children when watching TV or other…

Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva

He continues to remain involved with the Children’s Hospital’s Pediatric Intensive Care Unit as an associate medical director.

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