Ahmad Ozair is a postdoctoral research fellow in neuro-oncology at Miami Cancer Institute, Baptist Health South Florida in Miami, FL in the United States. He was previously a research scholar at the Department of Neurosurgery at King George\'s Medical University (KGMU), India. Ahmad graduated from medical school as the highest-ranked candidate of his class (1/250) and also recently completed a year-long program from Harvard Medical School Post-Graduate Medical Education. Called the Global Clinical Scholars Research Training (GCSRT, http://hms.harvard.edu/gcsrt), the program aims to develop clinician-scientists. Ahmad\'s research has focused upon: (1) surgical outcomes, (2) neurological diseases, including neurocritical care, and (3) medical education, His published works span 60+ papers, appearing in Neurology (the Green Journal), Journal of Neurosurgery, Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, etc, with 900+ citations. He has also been involved in several international multi-centric studies as a co-investigator/collaborator such as EUROBACT, SYNAPSE-ICU, GNOS, COVIDSurg-Week, COVIDPaedsCancer, and GNS-1 amongst others. He serves as lead author for two Cochrane review teams, both at a protocol stage. Additionally, serving as an invited reviewer for over 50 international journals, Ahmad has long been a 99th percentile all-time peer reviewer worldwide on Publons/Web of Science. Being certified via the INGUIDE Guideline Development Program (Level 1), he has served as a guidelines panel member of 2 joint guidelines of the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) and Americas Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association (AHPBA). He also serves as an editorial board member and social media editor for the Asian Spine Journal.