Gauhar R. Khan, M.D.
Gauhar R. Khan, M.D., F.A.C.C. is a graduate of the Aga Khan University Medical School at The Aga Khan University in Karachi, Pakistan. Dr. Khan continued his education as a fellow at both the Interventional Cardiology Program, and the Cardiovascular Medicine Program at the University of Connecticut. After his internship and residency, Dr. Khan served as Chief Resident of the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Michigan State University. His non-invasive skills include nuclear studies, TEE/TTE/ stress echo, and cardiac CTA. In addition, Dr. Khan’s invasive skills include coronary interventions, peripheral vascular interventions, permanent pacemaker implantation, IVC filters, carotid angiography, and carotid intervention training. He is board-certified in interventional cardiology, cardiovascular diseases, adult comprehensive echocardiology, nuclear cardiology, and general internal medicine.
Dr. Khan has written abstracts and has been published for his work on thrombostatin and laser light scattering as a new method for measuring platelet aggregate formation in arteries following balloon angioplasty.