Ambereen Khan, M.D., is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at UT Southwestern Medical Center and a member of its Community Radiology Division

Dr. Khan earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, and earned her medical degree at UT Southwestern. She completed her residency in radiology at Detroit Medical Center, and received advanced training in abdominal imaging through a fellowship at UT Southwestern. 

Dr. Kahn’s interest in abdominal imaging has led her to publish on topics including clinical ultrasound and differentiating between second trimester tubal and abdominal pregnancy. She is participating in an ongoing study of women with pelvic implants to repair pelvic organ prolapse and stress-induced urinary incontinence. 

Dr. Khan is a member of multiple national and international professional organizations, including the Radiological Society of North America, the American Roentgen Ray Society, the Society of Abdominal Radiology, and the Society of Computed Body Tomography & Magnetic Resonance.

She has volunteered her time to support organizations that provide free and low-cost health care and resources to underserved populations, including Health for Friends in Norman, Oklahoma; BirthChoice in Dallas; and The Health Unit on Davison Avenue (HUDA) Clinic in Detroit.

Personal note

Dr. Khan enjoys cooking, sporting events, and dancing.


Medical School
UT Southwestern Medical School (2009)
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (2010), Internal Medicine
Detroit Medical Center/Wayne State University (2014), Radiology
UT Southwestern Medical Center (2015), F


Featured Publications LegendFeatured Publications

The usefulness of gestational sac and placental sonographic morphology in differentiating between second-trimester tubal and abdominal pregnancy: case report and a review of literature.
Liu J, Khan A, Johnson S, Grigorian C, Li T J Clin Ultrasound 2014 Mar-Apr 42 3 162-8

Honors & Awards

  • First Place Research Day Poster
    Detroit Medical Center (2013)
  • Best Case: GU Section
    American Institute for Radiologic Pathology (2012)
  • Bryan Williams Scholarship
    UT Southwestern (2007)