Dr. Yasin Khan

Dr. Yasin Khan

Clinical Fellow

Medical/professional qualifications

Clinical Fellow, University of Toronto, Interdepartmental Division of Critical Care Medicine, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Dr. Yasin Khan is a native of Canada. He graduated from University of Toronto, where he earned his Honours Bachelor of Science and subsequently received his medical degree from Saba University. He then joined Johns Hopkins University as a post-doctoral research fellow at the Center for Nanomedicine, where he stayed on as research faculty before resuming his clinical training. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine and his clinical fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Louisiana State University in New Orleans. While at LSU, Dr. Khan was named the William J. Gandolini Memorial fellow for research in ARDS.

Areas of Interest/Research
Mechanical ventilation
Critical care medicine in resource limited settings

Honours and Awards
Mona Wong Chou Grant Award for Excellence in Clinical Research
Johns Hopkins Center for Nanomedicine Grant Award for Excellence in Translational Research
American Thoracic Society, Assembly on Critical Care Abstract Scholarship
William J. Gandolini Memorial Scholarship for the Study of ARDS

Personal Interests and Hobbies
Hiking and climbing, alpine skiing
Cajun and Creole cooking
Medical relief in displaced populations/resource limited settings




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