Dr. Shehma Khan is highly accomplished in the medical field and has been actively volunteering throughout his life both domestically and abroad since the early 1990s, completing his medical education in India.
Dr. Khan has worked in Pediatrics along with Pediatric Emergency Medicine throughout the United States as a Assistant medical director and physician for over 10 years, bringing advanced pediatric research and experience to the Save A Life Initiative Advisory Board.
In conjunction with his work in the hospital, Dr. Khan has been a leader in the industry, releasing several publications, podium and poster publications on research in pediatric medicine. He has also lead lectures and practiced advanced research studies and trials in top medical universities through out the nation. Dr. Khan’s participation in volunteer medicine has been specific to treating indigent populations, homeless and charitable organizations, something he feels passion for, much like the Disque Foundation.
Dr. Khan currently works at two children’s hospitals in Southern and Central California as an emergency department physician while working as a clinical assistant professor at Stanford University and the University of San Francisco. Outside of the hospital, Dr. Khan enjoys technology, scuba diving, sports and car racing.