Agha W. Mirza is a senior staff member at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, deputy lab director of AASM-accredited sleep disorders center at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, and adjunct faculty member of a CAAHEP accredited polysomnography program at the Community College of Baltimore County.
Agha is a Hopkins trained, board-certified polysomnographer (BRPT and ABSM), and in practice for over 16 years. He is responsible for the sleep laboratory operation and RPSGT staff coordination. He understands the clinical, research, and administrative operation of sleep medicine and has gained multi-year experience working closely with faculty and staff at the sleep center. He received his professional training at Hopkins, and has academic degrees in the field of medicine (MBBS) and health care administration (MS). He is a competent, board-certified polysomnographic technologist, with a strong clinical knowledge and expertise in the practice of polysomnography, extensive experience in scoring and QA, management of regulatory affairs, and as an educator at Hopkins and CCBC.
He enjoys the challenge to address complex issues and able to resolve matters quickly and effectively. The joy of his life is his family.