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At Johns Hopkins, Sahil Khan is a lecturer for the MS in Biotechnology program.

Khan is an accomplished medical professional and educator. In his work with the biotechnology division at Johns Hopkins, he is actively involved in tailoring the curriculum to better address contemporary challenges in the medical field. His approach is deeply rooted in practicality, ensuring that his students are well-prepared for the ever-evolving landscape of medical science.

Parallel to his teaching responsibilities, Khan engages in groundbreaking research as a post-graduate researcher in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. His research explores the mechanisms of global ischemic neurological injury following cardiac arrest and resuscitation, with a focus on optimizing CPR strategies—a critical aspect of emergency medicine.

Before his current appointments, Khan served as a graduate researcher in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care at Johns Hopkins. He was a part of the research team focused on developing dendrimer-based nanotherapeutics for neuroinflammation in rare pediatric genetic disorders and traumatic brain injury.

Khan’s medical career is also marked by hands-on clinical experience. He worked as a medical doctor in India, where he honed his skills in managing critical care cases in the capacity of an intensivist. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he rendered invaluable services at Médecins Sans Frontières in India, providing care to patients infected with the virus.

Khan earned an MBBS degree from the B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences and a Master of Science in biotechnology from Johns Hopkins University.

With a dedication to lifelong learning and personal growth, Khan enjoys hobbies that include language learning, reading, and sports.

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