Assistant Professor; Clinical, General Internal Medicine
Current OSU Appointments
Physician, Occ Med East
Assistant Professor-Clinical, General Internal Medicine
Physician, FGP-General Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine, Occupational Medicine
Ismail Nabeel; Beth A Baker; Michael P McGrail Jr.; Thomas J Flottemesch
Correlation between physical activity, fitness, and musculoskeletal injuries in police officers.
Minnesota medicine. 2007;90(9):40-43.
A.N. Farooqui; A. Merchant; I. Nabeel
Henoch-Schoenlein purpura associated with Helicobacter pylori infection and duodenal ulcer
Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan. 2000;10(2):80-82.
"Exploring the application of Google Glass in medicine as a technology to improve patient care"
Project looked at implementation of Google Glass technologies at the Medical Center. All issues related to leadership, communication, cost of the implementation were discussed in the paper
Paper was written with 5 other experts
• Maryanna, Klatt (Family Medicine)
• Todd Pesavento (Transplant nephrologist)
• Victoria Lawson (Neurologist)
• Bradley Needleman (minimal invasive surgeon/Bariatric surgery)
"Google Glass Use at the Wexner Medical Center"
Dr. Nabeel has partnered with Dr. Kaeding, executive director of OSU Sports Medicine, and Clay Marsh, MD, chief innovation officer at Ohio State's Wexner Medical Center, to apply Google Glass technology to transmit real time ACL surgery experience to multiple locations, medical students and faculty at Ohio State through a Google Hangout.
|2013 - present||Family Medicine The Ohio State University.|
|2005 - present||Board Certified: American Board of Preventive Medicine|
|2003 - 2013||Board Certified: American Board of Internal Medicine|
|2010 - 2016||Certified Medical Review Officer: Medical Review Officer Certification Council|
|01/01/2009||Physician (OSU Internal Medicine at Stoneridge in Dublin; Carepoint East Occupational Medicine Clinic)|
|2005||M.Public Hlth., University of Minnesota|
|2003||Employee of the Year.|
|2007 - 2009||Visiting Scholar.|
|2007 - 2009||Three year renewable term on the Occupational Health Surveillance Program (OHSP) Advisory Board in the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Mass Department of Public Health.|
|2009||Fellow of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (FACOEM).|
|2011 - 2012||Faculty Teaching Scholars certificate. College of Medicine, Wexner Medical Center at the Ohio State University.|
|2012 - 2013||Vice Chair Underserve Section of American College of Occupational Medicine. ACOEM.|
|2013||2013 Prism Awards by the Columbus Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). Columbus Public Relations Society of America (PRSA).|
|2013||80 to 90 on the WILMAPC's performance metrics. • Workplace injury labor-management approved provider committee.|
|2013 - 2014||FAME Faculty Leadership Institute (FLI) Inaugural Class of 2013. FAME Faculty Leadership Institute (FLI).|
|2014||FAME Faculty Leadership Institute Award. Ohio State College of Medicine (FAME Program).|
Farooqui, A. N.; Merchant, A.; Nabeel, I.. "Henoch-Schoenlein purpura associated with Helicobacter pylori infection and duodenal ulcer.." JCPSP, Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons - Pakistan 2000 Vol. 10 No. 2 pp. 80-82. Vol. Vol. 10, no. No. 2. (June 2000.): pp. 80-82.
Ismail Nabeel, MD, MPH, FACOEM. "Correlation between physical activity, fitness, and musculoskeletal injuries in police officers.." Minn Med. Vol. 90, no. 9. (September 2007.): 40-43.
|May 2012||Dr. Mekhjian."We are diverse" The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center|
|October 2012||Ismail Nabeel; Diversity Council; Marketing and Strategic Planning."Journey to Innovation: Michel Torbey" Wexner medical center at the Ohio State University|
|October 2012||Ismail Nabeel, MBBS, MPH; Diversity Council; Marketing and Strategic Communications.."Journey to Innovation: Safdar Khan" Wexner Medical Center at the Ohio State University.|
|October 2012||Ismail Nabeel, MBBS, MPH; Diversity Council; Marketing and Strategic Communications."Journey to Innovation" The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center|
|October 2012||Ismail Nabeel, Diversity Council, Marketing and Strategic Communications."Journey to Innovation" The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center|
|October 2013||Jay Hansen."Google Glass: helping improve the learning experience" OnCampus|
|September 2013||Clay Marsh."Innovators and Google Glass at OSU Wexner Medical Center" OSUMC Idea Studio Blog|
|November 2013||OSUMC IT update November 2013."Use of Google Glass during surgery to communicate with referring physicians and provide a video of the surgery" OSUMC IT update November 2013|
|August 2013||CBS News."Google Glass: The new surgical assistant?" CBS News|
|August 2013||Medial Center at the OSUMC."Google Glass at the Medical Center: Imagine seeing a surgery live through the eyes of the surgeon" Wexner Medical Center at the Ohio State University|
|September 2013||Bloomberg TV West."A First: Livestreaming Surgery Using Google Glass" Bloomberg TV West|
|July 2013||Ismail Nabeel."Journey to Innovation" Ohio State University Medical Center|
"Eye Conditions and Injuries in Primary Care." . (May 2010)
"Top 10 Occupational Diseases." . (October 2010)
"Suspension Injuries." . (January 2010)
"Unravel the Mysterious Occupational Illnesses/Diseases Commonly Seen Yet Ignored." Mansfield, OH. (March 2011)
"Medical Research and Primary Care: Making sense of the sordid affair." Presented at Celebration of Educational Scholarship, Columbus, OH, US|USA. (September 2012)
"Disability Determination." Presented at WebCast MedNet 21, Columbus, OH, US|USA. (April 2012)
"Disability Determination." Presented at Local Lunch hour CME conference, Mansfield, OH, US|USA. (June 2012)
"Creating the culture of innovation at the Wexner Medical Center." Presented at The IDEA Studio for Health Care's 2013 Ralph and Johanna DeStefano Personalized Health Care Conference, Columbus, OH, US|USA. (October 2013)
"Scholarly Productivity among Primary Care and Specialist Physicians in an Academic Health Center: Making Sense of a Sordid Affair." Presented at Central Group on Educational Affairs A Regional Group (CGEA) of the Association of American Medical Colleges, Cincinnati, OH, US|USA. (March 2013)
"The Toxic Tour: Lake Apopka and the farmworker population." Presented at American Occupational Health Conference (AOHC® 2013), Orlando, FL, US|USA. (April 2013)
"Underserved Occupational Populations: Clinical, Regulatory, and Systems Issues: Saga of immigrant workers in US." Presented at American Occupational Health Conference (AOHC® 2013), Orlando, FL, US|USA. (April 2013)
"Wearable Technology (Digital Discovery Days): Google Glass in Medical Center." Presented at Digital Discovery Days, Columbus, OH, US|USA. (January 2014)
"Panel Discussion on Google Glass." Presented at OETC, Learning in Ohio, Educational Technology Conference, Columbus, OH, US|USA. (January 2014)
"Inclusive Healthcare Innovation Summit 2014 Hackathon: Google Glass as platform for development of solutions for the Medically underserved settings." Presented at Inclusive Healthcare Innovation Summit 2014: Designing solutions, Addressing Needs, CapeTown, Western Cape, ZA|ZAF. (January 2014)
"Convergence of Care: Introduction and potential applications of evolving innovative wearable mobile technologies in the diverse and dynamic field of Occupational Medicine." Presented at CSOEMA (Central States Occupational and Environment Medicine Association) Spring Seminar, Lisle, IL, US|USA. (March 2014)
"Potential Application and use of Google Glass in Surgery." Presented at Surgical Grand Rounds, Cape Town, ZA|ZAF. (January 2014)
"Exploring the application of Google Glass in Medicine as a Technology to improve patient care." Presented at FAME Faculty Leadership Institute (Leadership Program), Columbus, OH, US|USA. (April 2014)
"Introduction and potential uses Of evolving innovative wearable technologies in underserved occupational settings." Presented at American Occupational Health Conference 2014 (AOHC 2014), San Antonio, TX, US|USA. (April 2014)
"Google Glass: A new frontier in healthcare and medical education." Presented at Science Colloquium series, Columbus, OH, US|USA. (May 2014)
|present||Scholarly Productivity among Primary Care and Specialist Physicians in an Academic Health Center: Making Sense of a Sordid Affair. Central Group on Educational Affairs A Regional Group (CGEA) of the Association of American Medical Colleges. Cincinnati, OH.|
|2008 - present||Asthma in the Workplace: What's Relevant for Primary Care and Public Health. Asthma Regional Council of New England. Worchester, MA.|
|2008 - present||HIV/AIDS is changing the Paradigm of the Occupational Medicine Practice. One-Day Winter Training for Administrative Judges and Administative Law Judges from Department of Industrial Accidents. Boston, MA.|
|2008 - present||Safety training of National Park Service Rangers. Greater New Bedford Community Health Center. New Bedford, MA.|
|2011 - present||Trauma and musculoskeletal injuries in the industrial setting.|
|2011 - present||Trauma and musculoskeletal injuries in Industrial settings.. Safex.|
|2008||Breakthroughs and break down in Healthcare Practice 10172008. National Summitof Clinicians for Health Care Justice. Washington, DC.|
Ismail Nabeel, MD, MPH, FACOEM. HIV/AIDS is changing the paradigm of occupational medicine practice. Vol. 2, no. 18. Edited by Robert Naparstek MD. Boston, MA, US|USA: New England College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. (January 2006).
Nabeel,Ismail Way, David. Scholarly productivity among primary-care and specialist physicians in an academic health center: Making sense of a sordid affair. December 2012.