Program Committee Members


Dr. Jasneek Chawla undertook her specialist training in Edinburgh UK, followed by a pediatric sleep medicine fellowship in Brisbane. She is now a Pediatric Respiratory and Sleep Medicine Physician at the Queensland Children’s Hospital in Brisbane and Senior Lecturer with the School of Medicine, University of Queensland.

Dr. Chawla is actively involved in clinical research and has been awarded a Queensland Advancing Clinical Research Fellowship for 2020 towards her PhD, evaluating the impact of sleep interventions on outcomes in children with Down syndrome. Her areas of research interest include sleep in children with disability, the relationship between sleep and long-term cognitive & behavioral outcomes in children and optimization of the utilization of continuous oximetry in infants with chronic neonatal lung disease.

Dr. Chawla is the deputy chair of the ASA conference committee and a member of the ASA Pediatric Council. She is the pediatric representative on the ASA/NATA Accreditation Advisory Committee and the ASA GP Education Sub-Committee. 

She is currently leading the revision of the TSANZ/ASA pediatric home ventilation guidelines and was involved in the recent working party developing a guideline relating to oximetry use for pediatric sleep disordered breathing. 

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