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Humera Khurshid Assistant Professor of Medicine (Clinical)

Dr Khurshid graduated from the Aga khan university Karachi Pakistan in 1993. Completed residency in Internal medicine in 2000 with one year as a chief resident, from University of Connecticut.
Completed Fellowship in hematology and oncology from Roger William Medical center and Brown affiliated hospitals in 2003.
Currently working at Rhode Island hospital at the Comprehensive Cancer center. She is the director of the multidisciplinary thoracic oncology clinic at Rhode Island Hospital. Has special clinical and research interest in lung cancer.

She has been actively involved in teaching at resident and medical student leveland has been a small group leader for the second year medical student's hematology path physiology course since 2005. She was the recipient of the Dean's Excellence in Teaching Award for the year 2011. She is the current program director for the hematology oncology fellowship of The Warren Alpert School of the Brown University.

Brown Affiliations

awards and honors

2005 Excellence in Teaching Award, Hematology Pathophysiology course, Warren Alpert Medical School
2006 Excellence in Teaching Award, Hematology Pathophysiology course, Warren Alpert Medical School
2007 Excellence in Teaching Award, Hematology Pathophysiology course, Warren Alpert Medical School
2008 Excellence in Teaching Award, Hematology Pathophysiology course, Warren Alpert Medical School
2009 Teaching Award, Hematology Pathophysiology course, Warren Alpert Medical School
2010 Teaching Award, Hematology Pathophysiology course, Warren Alpert Medical School
2011 The Dean's Excellence in Teaching Award
2007 Teacher of The Year Award Presented by the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Hematology Oncology Fellows in Training for excellence in teaching.