Expert Biography

Dr Ashfaq Khan is a Leading  Consultant  Clinician in the National Health Care System ( NHS) and London Harley Street  based Private Health care in the UK ,more importantly he is  a Clinical researcher and renowned  Medical Educator worldwide . Mr. Khan has committed his career to providing risk based management to his patients and also  discovering advancements in Medical science. Most notably, he has performed extensive research in the gene expression of the human papilloma virus (HPV)  and how it relates to the development of cervical cancer (CIN)  and biomarkers. Distinguished by the European Federation of Cervical Pathology and Colposcopy, Mr. Khan was recognized for his work with its prestigious Ranzo Barrasso award. In addition, he was honored by Who’s Who in the World, who selected him for inclusion in its yearly publication on four occasions.

Today, Mr. Khan excels in three roles as a clinical lecturer for the University College London, Medical director for the Obstetrics and  Gynaecology unit at Harley Street Gynaecology Clinic . He is the head of colposcopy and vulva diseases  Division at Whittington Hospital. Previously, he demonstrated excellence as a research associate for the molecular biology unit at UCL’s Institute of Child Health. Mr. Khan was also a research coordinator for the colposcopy unit at Whittington Hospital, and contributed numerous articles to professional journals in the medical field. Having entered his field because of his clinical interest in diseases. To remain at the top of his field, he is a Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, and distinguished member of the British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology , British Society For study of Vulval disease , Royal Society of Medicine . Looking to the future, Mr. Khan intends to continue in his professional pursuits in providing Personalized Risk assuagement based treatment to patients.

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  • Gynaecology, obstetrics, colposcopy