Dr. Hasan graduated from Medical School in Pakistan, working initially in Internal Medicine at FG Services Hospital, and then for almost 3 years in Gastroenterology at Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) in Islamabad, Pakistan. He then graduated from the UT-School of Public Health in Houston, TX with a Master’s degree in Public Health. He did research on HIV/AIDS, with two publications in peer review journals and three abstracts in International Conferences. Subsequently, he joined UT-MD Anderson Cancer Center, where he did research on early cancer detection of Head and Neck Cancers.
Dr. Hasan trained in Internal Medicine at Forest Park Hospital, St. Louis, MO, and Morristown Memorial Hospital, in Morristown, NJ. He moved to Tucson, Arizona, where he had a successful outpatient as well as inpatient practice. Later, he joined the University of Arizona as an adjunct faculty, and trained internal medicine residents in the outpatient setting.
In 2012, Dr. Hasan returned to the University of Texas. He joined the UT-Houston campus as Assistant Professor of Hospital Medicine, serving at Hermann Memorial Hospital in the Texas Medical Center in Houston, TX. Dr. Hasan moved to Dallas, TX in 2014 and joined UT Southwestern Medical Center Hospital Medicine Program as Assistant Professor. His research interests include clinical outcomes studies as well as efficiency and outcomes in healthcare.
|Medical School||Rawalpindi medical College (1997)|
|Graduate School||University of Texas School of Public Health (2003)|
|Residency||Forest Park Hospital/St. Alexius Hospital (2006), Internal Medicine|
|Residency||Morristown Memorial Hospital (2007), Internal Medicine|
- Real-time detection of epidermal growth factor receptor expression in fresh oral cavity biopsies using a molecular-specific contrast agent.
- Hsu ER, Gillenwater AM, Hasan MQ, Williams MD, El-Naggar AK, Richards-Kortum RR Int. J. Cancer 2006 Jun 118 12 3062-71
- Lipid lowering effects of statins and fibrates in the management of HIV dyslipidemias associated with antiretroviral therapy in HIV clinical practice.
- Visnegarwala F, Maldonado M, Sajja P, Minihan JL, Rodriguez-Barradas MC, Ong O, Lahart CJ, Hasan MQ, Balasubramanyam A, White AC J. Infect. 2004 Nov 49 4 283-90
- Do sex and race/ethnicity influence CD4 cell response in patients who achieve virologic suppression during antiretroviral therapy?
- Giordano TP, Wright JA, Hasan MQ, White AC, Graviss EA, Visnegarwala F Clin. Infect. Dis. 2003 Aug 37 3 433-7
Honors & Awards
- Best Systems Based Resident
Morristown Memorial Hospital, Morristown, NJ (2007)
- Western Clinicians Network (Region IX) (2010-2012)
- American College of Physicians (ACP) (2004)