Ghulam Karim Khan, MD
Fellow in Infectious Diseases and Addiction Medicine
Boston University
Dept of Medicine
Infectious Diseases





Dr. Ghulam Karim Khan, MD pursued a dual degree of Political Science and Microbiology at the University of Florida. While in medical school at the University of South Florida, Karim helped found a street medicine program. He brought a passion for homeless healthcare with him to his internal medicine residency program at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he helped found a new non-profit, Chicago Street Medicine. He will be a combined Infectious Diseases/Addiction Medicine fellow at BMC. He is particularly interested in infectious complications of injection drug use.

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  1. G Khan, A Patel, C Kapp. 591: Eosinophilic Pneumonitis and Hypoxic Respiratory Failure Caused by IgG4 Related Disease. Critical Care Medicine. 2018; 46(1):281.

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20181

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