Husain Haiderali Khaki is an academic junior doctor working in London.
His research interests are in the translation of empirical findings to health policy and international development more broadly. Recent projects have included adressing barriers to RUTF use in malnutrition, home-grown school feeding and the interplay between HAART-Hunger-HIV.
Husain's emerging focus in Oxford, UK is on implementing digital health solutions (apps, wearables, big data analytics) at scale to address the world's burgeoning health problems across infectious disease and NCDs.
Husain trained at Imperial College (MBBS, BSc) and studied medical ethics at the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries (DPMSA). He was awarded the NRI International of the Year by TimesGroup/ICICI Bank, the Cochrane Prize by the Faculty of Public Health in the UK, the Global Health Young Leader of the Year award by the Royal Society of Medicine, as well as numerous medical school prizes at undergraduate level.
1. Neuropathic Pain in HIV: No Pain, No Gain?
2. Famine and funding shortages: Food for thought on becoming smART about ART
3. BJGP Editorial - Shisha guidance for GPs: eliciting the hidden history
4. WHO Makes the Choice: Maternal choice in an era of financial constraint
5. HIVuvuzela: HIV in South Africa
Thought Provoking Texts
2. Poor Economics: A Radical Rethinking of the Way to Fight Global Poverty
3. Innovative Health Service Delivery Models in LMICs
4. The Islamic Moral System: Commentary of Sura al-Hujurat
5. 80/20 Principle: Robert Koch