Dr. Sana Khan is an accomplished radiologist, researcher, teacher and entrepreneur. He attended medical school at UCLA and graduated as a Dean’s Scholar with both M.D. and Ph.D. degrees (Anatomy and Neurobiology). He was the first radiologist in the U.S. with the Stand-Up Weight-Bearing MRI and has contributed significantly to the advancement of this technology. He is a nationally renowned scientist conducting on-going research with the Departments of Orthopedic Surgery at UCLA, USC, UCSD and the US Department of Defense.
Having developed state-of-the-art MRI techniques, Dr. Khan also brings extensive expertise in the medical-legal aspect of imaging Musculoskeletal and Traumatic Brain Injuries. His “MedSchool for Attorneys” Zoominars regularly attract over a thousand plus attendees weekly.
He has published and contributed to over a hundred research papers, Dr. Khan is a prolific lecturer at conferences nationally. He has received numerous awards for his medical accomplishments such as U.S. Congressional Medal of Distinction in 2008 for Advancement of Medical Science (Radiology) and in 2013 induction into the President’s Circle of the Radiological Society of North America for contribution to research in Radiology.
In addition to his academic and research accomplishments, Dr. Khan is also a serial entrepreneur having built diagnostic centers nationally and receiving “City of Houston Honorary Citizen award in 2005 from Bill White, Mayor of Houston for financial and academic contributions to the city as well as “Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year, 2008 Finalist in California.”