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  • Majid A. Khan, MD

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    Associate Professor
    Neuroradiology
    Chief, Division of Neuroradiology
    Phone: (601) 815-1977
    Fax: (815-3506
    E-mail: mkhan@umc.edu

     

    Medical degree

    • University of Kashmir, Srinagar, Kashmir, India

    Residency

    • Diagnostic Radiology, SUNY at Stony Brook, Nassau University Medical Center, NY

    Fellowship

    • Neuroradiology, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD

    Biography

    Dr. Khan is the director of Neuroradiology at UMMC. He is deeply invested and involved in both diagnostic and interventional neuroradiology work, with a particular interest in advanced brain tumor imaging; imaging for dementia, epilepsy, and fetal MR; all spine interventions besides neuro-angiography; neck tumor embolizations and head/neck biopsies. He is also well-versed in head and neck imaging, an area for which UMMC is highly regarded due to the high neck tumor volume. 

    Dr. Khan completed his radiology residency Nassau University, SUNY Stony Brook, and his neuroradiology fellowship training at Johns Hopkins Hospital. During this period, he had broad exposure to a variety of different imaging techniques and was able to translate his academic training into clinical experience, while covering both tertiary academic centers and local community hospitals. Dr. Khan continues his strong commitment to scientific research, having co-authored peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, and the results of his research have been presented at state and national conferences. Directorship of Neuroradiology at UMMC has allowed him to foster his teaching skills mentoring students and residents and sharing professional achievements with collaborators worldwide. 

    His dissertation work centered on various aspects of neuro-oncology disorders, their underlying genetic mechanisms, and included extensive neuroimaging studies with neuroscience researchers.