Ali Raza Khaki
Ali Raza Khaki, M.D., M.S. is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Stanford University School of Medicine and a practicing medical oncologist at Stanford Hospital and Cancer Center. In his clinical practice, Ali cares for patients with genitourinary cancers (cancer of the prostate, bladder, kidney, testes) and also spends time attending on the inpatient medical oncology ward at Stanford Hospital.
In addition to his clinical practice, Ali is involved in clinical research in oncology. His research interests include using real-world evidence to investigate utilization of novel therapies in patients with genitourinary cancers. In addition, Ali also investigated health care utilization and cost near the end of life for patients with advanced cancer and is working with collaborators to implement machine-learning guided Advanced Care Planning discussions for hospital admitted patients with short survival.
Ali received his bachelors degree in Chemistry from Carleton College and studied Medicine at the University of California, San Diego. He went on to complete internship and residency in internal medicine at University of California, San Francisco and hematology/oncology fellowship at the University of Washington and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
Throughout his career, Ali has been recognized for his exemplary professionalism and humanistic care of patients. He was inducted into the Gold Humanism Honor Society as a medical student and was the recipient of the Reza Gandjei Humanism Award in residency.
Ali has been married to his wonderful wife, Khadijah, for over ten years and is father of three kids: Leila Fatema, Muhammad Musa and Idrees Husayn. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with the family and is an avid Seattle sports fan supporting the Seattle Seahawks and Mariners.
Publications -- MyBibliography; Google Scholar
1. The Macroscopic Rate of Nucleic Acid Translocation by Hepatitis C Virus Helicase NS3h Is Dependent on Both Sugar and Base Moieties
2. DynaPro Plate Reader to Examine Non-Specific Small Molecule Aggregation
3. Association of renin and aldosterone with ethnicity and blood pressure: the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis.
4. Evaluation of a Resident-Led Project to Decrease Phlebotomy Rates in the Hospital: Think Twice, Stick Once.
5. Effect of Xpert MTB/RIF on clinical outcomes in routine care settings: individual patient data meta-analysis
6. Clinical Risk During the Evaluation of Genomic Risk for Hormone-Sensitive Breast Cancer: Ignoring Valuable Data
7. Impact of performance status on treatment outcomes: A real-world study of advanced urothelial cancer treated with checkpoint inhibitors
8. Histologic Subtypes and Response to PD-1/PDL-1 Blockade in Advanced Urothelial Cancer: A Retrospective Study
1. American Society of Clinical Oncology interview 2019
2. Plenary Session Podcast Interview - Interview starts around 1hr 6min