Dr. Salman Khan is an Associate Professor of Medical Microbiology & Immunology. He finished PhD under the faculty of Medicine on hepatitis B Virus- Genotypes & Mutation, and he got his post-graduation in Medical Microbiology under the faculty of Medicine. He is a member of the American Society for Microbiology. Currently, he is working as an Associate Professor of Infectious Disease & Immunology at school of medicine, American University, USA. He has had the honor of working experience at the medical college of different countries like USA, Iraq, Mauritius, Nepal, and India. He was the founder and Dean at Venkateshwara school of Paramedical science in India and started several para-medical courses like Bachelor in Medical Laboratory Technology, B.Sc. in OTT (Operation Theatre Technology),Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Diploma in Rural Health Care, Diploma in Community Health Care, Diploma in blood bank technology, Diploma in emergency and trauma care, Diploma in Anaesthesia Technology, Diploma in Dialysis Technology etc. and attended several workshops like on Molecular Technique and Hospital Associated Infection. He was a member of the Institutional Research Committee in Nepal and currently he is a member of Research development cell in other countries and published more than 40 Research Articles in International indexed journals and also an Editorial member in few Journals. He published more than 10 Research on Hepatitis B virus and focused the clinician's awareness on the importance of genotype and Mutation, differentiation of chronic hepatitis B carriers from mutants, acute and simple carriers. His research mainly focused on Hepatitis B virus infection in pregnant Women and transmission to newborns and their prevention and other public health issues like Anemia during pregnancy and Adolescent, Rheumatoid arthritis, Adenosine Deaminase Activity in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, thyroid dysfunction, Renal dysfunction, hyperuricemia, dysentery caused by Shigella & Escherichia coli, and finding multi-drug resistance patterns in Lower Respiratory Tract Infections, wound infection, Pregnancy Associated Asymptomatic Bacteriuria, and drug resistance, etc. And his ongoing research focusing on COPD patients and Novel Coronavirus-2019.


Infectious Diseases and Immunology