Internal Medicine Residents


Asna Aafreen, MD

Hometown: Lucknow
Medical School: Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore
What drew me to Internal Medicine: The cerebral stimulation, patient interaction, the capacity to create change as well as the joy of working with people from different cultures and belief systems drew me to Internal Medicine. It allows physicians to investigate the root cause of diseases and not only help treat the patients but also go beyond the textbooks and understand the limitations and apprehensions of these patients. ||Medicine is built on the concept of ever-evolving science and a healthy doctor-patient relationship. The opportunity to make a difference and belong to a community while empowering people to make healthy choices highlights the charm of Internal Medicine.|
What do I like to do in my free time: Reading, hanging out with friends, LEGO, biking, and CrossFit. Classical fiction is my favorite genre of literature, although I read almost all kinds of books. I also watch shows when I can, on Netflix and HBO Max.

Maheen Anwar, MDMaheen Anwar, MD

Hometown: Rahim Yar Khan, Pakistan
Undergraduate School: Beacon House School System
Medical School: Allama Iqbal Medical College
What drew me to Internal Medicine: Internal Medicine is a blend of various disciplines under one umbrella. The broad sub-specialty exposure and critical thinking involved, coupled with an opportunity to develop long-term physician-patient relationships, is what I like about Internal Medicine. The diversity of this field provides an opportunity for life-long learning. 
What do I like to do in my free time: Hanging out with friends, exploring new places, and dining out. I equally enjoy staying indoors playing board games,  watching TV shows, and doing online shopping.

Khush Bakhat, MDKhush Bakhat, MD

Hometown: Pakistan
Undergraduate School: Superior college
Medical School: Allama Iqbal Medical School​​​​​​​
What drew me to Internal Medicine: The variable signs and symptoms with which each disease can present brought on my interest in Internal Medicine during medical school. The subtle variations in causation and management always made me think about the patients current and prior medical history that influenced their current presentation. Connecting the dots, making obvious and subtle connections, and the necessity for attention to detail are some of the reasons that continue to sustain my passion for Internal Medicine.
What do I like to do in my free time: In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family. Other than that, I like traveling and plan to travel all 50 states. I enjoy cooking and gardening too in my free time.

Hitesh Bhatia, MDHitesh Bhatia, MD

Hometown: Rohtak, India​​​​​​​
Undergraduate School: Delhi Public School Rohtak, India​​​​​​​
Medical School: Pt. B.D.S. Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences Rohtak, India​​​​​​​
What drew me to Internal Medicine: I have seen Internal Medicine as a branch that provides a perfect amalgamation of both the clinical and humanitarian aspects of care. I find it interesting how the same disease can lead to so many variations in a patient's narrative. Internal Medicine provides you with exposure to diverse pathologies and presentations while building long-term relationships with your patients. This specialty also provides a gateway to multiple subspecialty training or practicing in primary care. I strive to excel in my patients' expectations and thank them for every learning opportunity they provide to us as budding internists. ​​​​​​​
What do I like to do in my free time: I love to spend some quality time with my friends and family. I have a knack for writing; I often pour out my thoughts in my diary and occasionally post them online on Instagram or write blogs in Blogspot. I enjoy going on rollercoasters and adventure sports like parasailing, scuba diving, trekking, kayaking and skydiving is next up in my list.  I am always up for a friendly badminton match. While at home, I like to watch documentaries, web series, or movies.

Yuvraj Chopra, MDYuvraj Chopra, MD

Hometown: Chandigarh,India​​​​​​​
Undergraduate School: Bhavan Vidyalaya Chandigarh​​​​​​​
Medical School: All India Institute of Medical Sciences,New Delhi​​​​​​​
What drew me to Internal Medicine: The rounds in the Medicine wards were something I always looked forward to, as they had questions and problems which required the most widespread application of things I read in my medical texts. It made me scratch my head and learn even more.Not only the process of reaching the diagnosis, equally interesting to me is the fact that I have to learn about the disease and communicate the information effectively to patients in a simple manner. I am deeply touched by the fact that how building a good rapport and educating the patient about the available preventive, curative and rehabilitative strategies can have a huge impact on the patient's perception of the disease and the prognosis​​​​​​​
What do I like to do in my free time: I like to watch and play cricket and soccer, watch tv series on Netflix ,play chess. I also like to play Fifa with friends on weekends.

Harshita Marasandra Ramesh, MDHarshita Marasandra Ramesh, MD

Hometown: Bengaluru​​​​​​​
Undergraduate School: Vidya Mandir Ind. Pre-University College , Bengaluru​​​​​​​
Medical School: Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore​​​​​​​
What drew me to Internal Medicine: The complexity of internal medicine, along with the clinical characteristics of the disease and the rational approaches to diagnosis and treatment, has always intrigued me. It keeps my curiosity alive by challenging my critical thinking skills when I encounter patients with a wide variety of medical conditions. In addition, seeing the smile on my patients' faces after they recover from an illness provides me with a sense of warm satisfaction and accomplishment. I believe that internal medicine gives me a great opportunity to create a positive difference in people's lives.​​​​​​​
What do I like to do in my free time: In my free time, I enjoy cooking different types of cuisine, watching tennis, drawing and painting, ping-pong, and reading books.

Arjun Narayanan, MDArjun Narayanan, MD

Hometown: Kochi, Kerala, India​​​​​​​
Undergraduate School: Bhavans Vidya Mandir, Elamakarra ​​​​​​​
Medical School: Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church Medical College​​​​​​​
What drew me to Internal Medicine: What drew me to Internal medicine as a specialty is its complexity and diversity.  The diagnostic challenges make each day interesting and an opportunity to learn. The diversity of the field also allows for us to train under various subspecialties. ​​​​​​​
What do I like to do in my free time: I love spending time with my family and friends, traveling and exploring new places, playing basketball, hitting the gym and aqua scaping. I also enjoy watching movies, especially of the horror and zombie genre.

Oluwagbemiga Oyeleye, MDOluwagbemiga Oyeleye, MD

Hometown: Osun, Nigeria​​​​​​​
Undergraduate School: University of Lagos, College of Medicine​​​​​​​
Medical School: University of Lagos, College of Medicine​​​​​​​
What drew me to Internal Medicine: After completing my internal medicine rotation in my final year of medical school, I was sure I had found the specialty I wanted to pursue for the remainder of my professional life. Internists have the opportunity to carefully consider diagnoses and treatment while also considering the overall needs of their patients. It was easy for me to appreciate the importance of critical thinking when managing patients and staying current with evidence-based medicine to provide excellent patient care.​​​​​​​
What do I like to do in my free time: Playing the acoustic guitar, going to the movies, hiking, and spending time with family and friends.

Asmita Paudel, MDAsmita Paudel, MD

Hometown: Kushma, Parbat​​​​​​​
Undergraduate School: SOS Hermann Gmeiner School, Gandaki​​​​​​​
Medical School: BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences
What drew me to Internal Medicine: Having worked in Internal medicine department in a busy tertiary hospital after my medical school, I got to see and manage cases of chronic diseases and infectious diseases including the dengue endemic and the recent COVID pandemic. This experience drove me towards joining residency in internal medicine. ​​​​​​​
What do I like to do in my free time: Travelling|Reading books |Spending time with family and friends

Bhawna Randhi, MDBhawna Randhi, MD

Hometown: Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India​​​​​​​
Undergraduate School: NRI Medical College, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India​​​​​​​
Medical School: NRI Medical College, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India​​​​​​​
What drew me to Internal Medicine: I was drawn to internal medicine to focus on preventive care and the health of the community. The combination of acute and chronic cases combined with the complex interplay of several systems in the human body fascinated me.
What do I like to do in my free time: I enjoy spending time with friends and family, watching movies, reading books, and hiking. 

Hamnah Tayyab, MDHamnah Tayyab, MD

Hometown: Askari 11, Lahore, Pakistan​​​​​​​
Undergraduate School: Nishat College of Science (For Girls) - Multan​​​​​​​
Medical School: King Edward Medical University, Lahore​​​​​​​
What drew me to Internal Medicine: As I recall my childhood, I remember a little girl with a toy stethoscope who used to accompany her parents to medical camps in underprivileged areas. I always found it intriguing how one helping hand could impact many lives. In medical school, I was fascinated by the collaborative approach in Internal Medicine and the difference it created. My interest in Internal Medicine was reinforced |when I explored how intellectually stimulating and thought-provoking it was. It gave me a broader vision to explore subspecialties and integrate my clinical knowledge into a wide variety of cases. I was intrigued by how a multidisciplinary approach and a shared vision of optimal patient care could improve functional outcome and life expectancy.
What do I like to do in my free time: I love dining out with friends and family. Listening to music, exploring new places, and doing self-care allow me to boost my mood and energy level.

Prima Wulandari, MDPrima Wulandari, MD

Hometown: Surabaya, Indonesia​​​​​​​
Undergraduate School: Airlangga University​​​​​​​
Medical School: Airlangga University​​​​​​​
What drew me to Internal Medicine: Every experience I have gone through has augmented my calling for internal medicine. While my admiration for internal medicine is ignited by its breadth of knowledge, my underlying passion is grounded in understanding the relationships between different body systems and forging meaningful connections with patients. My experience as an intern was the most insightful as it allowed me to forge collaborations with patients to best optimize their treatment.​​​​​​​
What do I like to do in my free time:I love reading nonfiction books, taking long drives or long walks to explore cities,  practicing my golf swing, taking flying classes to earn my license, and hiking.


AmerImran Amer, MD

Hometown: Lahore, Pakistan
Undergraduate School: Beaconhouse School System
Medical School: Nishtar Medical University
What drew me to Internal Medicine: I followed my father into this profession. But I started warming up to Internal Medicine during my internship year. For me, it was the naturalness of it, uniform & regular at times, but also intuitive & involuntary at others, much like life itself. To be able to have those long-lasting and meaningful connections with your patients, while truly making a difference in their lives is what keeps me going. It also encompasses a wide array of sub-specialties which offer diverse experience and promote interest building for future prospects.
What do I like to do in my free time: Free time is family time first, then everything else; which, for me would be running, hitting the gym, catching up or meet up with friends, exploring new places and cuisines, and occasionally, cooking.

AnwarAyesha Anwar, MD

Hometown: Lahore, Pakistan
Undergraduate School: Kinnaird College for Women
Medical School: Allama Iqbal Medical College
What drew me to Internal Medicine: I always appreciated how internists gather clues, learn to ask the right questions, and critically analyse each piece of information that makes up a challenging case. Finding the link between biology, physiology, and diverse anatomical functions is incredibly satisfying to my detective core. Equally important, the patient-physician relationship in the internal medicine helps me to remember that, behind every diagnosis, is a person with a unique story, worldview, belief system, and core values. This gives me a privilege to learn to provide patient management as a whole.
What do I like to do in my free time: Reading books, Painting, Interior designing and Travelling with friends and family.

BhattaraiShraddha Bhattarai, MD

Hometown: Itahari
Undergraduate School: S.O.S Hermann Gmeiner Higher Secondary School
Medical School: Kathmandu University School of Medical Sciences
What drew me to Internal Medicine: Internal Medicine is like solving puzzle. we can see varieties of cases in Internal Medicine, some of them are challenging and needs deep knowledge to treat before coming to the conclusion. I like the challenges this field confers upon me.
What do I like to do in my free time: Travel, work in garden, Knit, decorate room, listen to music.

DonapatiLavanya Dondapati, MD

Hometown: Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Undergraduate School: A.P.P.M Model High School, Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Medical School: Siddhartha Medical College, NTR University, Andhra Pradesh, India.
What drew me to Internal Medicine: I identified myself with internal medicine due to its diverse case presentations, along with the wisdom and meticulous investigation it takes to arrive at the probable diagnosis and my ability to connect risk factors and pathophysiology behind symptom manifestation, and my attentiveness when listening to patients, providing care with empathy rather than sympathy. Knowing that prescription is just one side of the coin and patient care does not stop with prescription is an invaluable lesson I also learned as an intern that has guided me to date.
What do I like to do in my free time: I experience great delight in cooking traditional food. I would love to go for long drives and spend time with family and friends.

HasanKhwaja Yousuf Hasan, MD

Hometown: Karachi, Pakistan
Undergraduate School: Baqai Medical University
Medical School: Baqai Medical University
What drew me to Internal Medicine: I have always been intrigued by Internal Medicine. Internal Medicine is extremely vast and offers a challenge to an aspiring clinician. Patients presenting with complex clinical problems appear like a puzzle and each symptom, sign and diagnostic investigation offers a clue to solving that puzzle.
What do I like to do in my free time: Spend time with family, watch movies, read books.

ImDaebin Im, MD

Hometown: Seoul, South Korea
Undergraduate School: St. George's University School of Arts and Sciences
Medical School: St. George's University School of Medicine
What drew me to Internal Medicine: William Osler, in an article for the historical investigation of Internal Medicine, emphasized the indispensability of the certain length of time needed to become a doctor versed generally well in all aspects of human health and disease. After reading it, I felt today's super sub-specialization of medicine less exciting. With the millennial's beloved work-life balance excised from the selection equation, it had to be Internal Medicine. Whatever it is that can be gained after the long training that will enable me to see through the human suffering seemed more fulfilling in Internal Medicine than in other specialties.
What do I like to do in my free time: Music

KauserAsnia Kauser, DO

Hometown: Chicago, IL
Undergraduate School: Loyola University Chicago
Medical School: Midwestern University AZCOM
What drew me to Internal Medicine: As an all-encompassing field, Internal Medicine has always stimulated my intellectual curiosity and I take pride in the fact that to be a successful internist is to be a lifelong learner. Using this knowledge to provide longitudinal care for my patients is the role I hope to play in my community and what I believe to be my purpose.
What do I like to do in my free time: Napping, playing chess, watching TV/movies, and browsing Zillow.

KunduruMahathi Kunduru, MD

Hometown: Hanamkonda, Telangana, India
Undergraduate School: Sri Sai Chaitanya Mahila Junior Kalasala, Vijayawada, India
Medical School: Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad, India
What drew me to Internal Medicine: I like Internal Medicine because it includes a broad range of medical knowledge. To diagnose and manage each patient, I need to understand why it occurred in the first place( pathophysiology) for each disease and then manage it accordingly. It needs a lot of critical reasoning and deep thinking. I also like the branch because of the regular patient interaction it provides.
What do I like to do in my free time: I like to sing, dance, play badminton.

PhuyalBijay Phuyal, MD

Hometown: Sundarharaicha-9, Biratchowk, Morang, NepalB
Undergraduate School: Vishwa Adarsha Higher Secondary School
Medical School: B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences
What drew me to Internal Medicine: I have always wanted to be confident while taking care of patients with co-morbidity and complexity. Internal Medicine residency training will help me to build a strong foundation and will make me better able to individualize the care plans for my patients. Also, it has a diverse options after residency like being a hospitalist or primary care or pursuing sub specialty fellowship.
What do I like to do in my free time: Playing guitar, ukulele, soccer, ping-pong, hiking.

RavubdranathNimmi Ravindranath, MD

Hometown: Thrissur, Kerala, India
Undergraduate School: Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Thrissur.
Medical School: Government Medical College, Thrissur, India.
What drew me to Internal Medicine: As someone who thoroughly enjoys the process of learning, teaching, and loves to be challenged, I have always been drawn to the field of Internal Medicine. The vast variety of pathology we see on a daily basis and the multi-system approach to it, is gratifying to say the least. I find myself in awe of how each patient encounter is unique despite the same pathology, and how I learn something new each day! I believe it takes a specially-trained eye to focus on the big picture, to treat the whole person. IM would give me the satisfaction of being a good diagnostician whilst focusing on building great connection with my patients!
What do I like to do in my free time: I enjoy a little bit of everything! I enjoy long scenic drives with good music, trying new restaurants, swimming, kayaking, walking outdoors, watching Stand up comedy etc. I find singing, dancing and cooking to be therapeutic! Experimenting sustainable healthy lifestyle choices is a new found interest of mine these days.. Nevertheless, watching an exciting TV series would be a quick lazy mood booster after a tiring day!

SubramaniRashmi Subramani, MD

Hometown: Chinnalapatti, Tamilnadu, India
Undergraduate School: SRV HSS Rasipuram
Medical School: Saveetha Medical College and Hospital
What drew me to Internal Medicine: I believe internal medicine is broad and the only specialty where I can take care of an 18-year-old stable patient in the outpatient clinic and, at the same time, sick declining elderly in the intensive care unit. I love the cognitive challenge of thinking through the complex pathophysiology of the underlying diseases, their presentations, and coming up with comprehensive care plans.
What do I like to do in my free time: Numismatics - currency coin collection, group workouts like Zumba, and spending quality time with my family.

ZahraSundas Zahra, MD

Hometown: Karachi, Pakistan
Undergraduate School: Beaconhouse School System
Medical School: Liaquat National Medical College
What drew me to Internal Medicine: Internal Medicine allows doctors to have a longitudinal look at their patients when they are sick and also when they are well. Practicing Internal Medicine will allow me to work with a diverse range of patients and their diseases in the community. I enjoy caring for the patients and thrive on the clinical and diagnostic challenges of treating them with a personalized approach.
What do I like to do in my free time: I relax by doing yoga and meditating. I enjoy listening to audiobooks and watching sitcoms.


AdhikariRabin Adhikari, MD

Hometown: Pokhara,Nepal
Undergraduate School: Gandaki Boarding School
Medical School: Manipal College of Medical Sciences
What drew me to Internal Medicine: I was drawn to internal medicine because of my natural curiosity, love for team work, effective and long term relationships with patients. Internal medicine involves complex interactions of systems ,diversity of patients and their  various presentations, broad thinking ,satisfies thirst for knowledge and desire for strong patient relationships.
What do I like to do in my free time: I love traveling, hiking, kayaking and other adventure sports. I enjoy playing and watching soccer.


AleemMuhammad Aleem, MD

Hometown: Bahawalpur, Pakistan
Undergraduate School: Sadiq Public School, Bahawalpur
Medical School: Allama Iqbal Medical College, Lahore, Pakistan
What drew me to Internal Medicine: The diversity of pathology that I can see as an internist, the process of reaching a diagnosis, and formulating a comprehensive patient-centric management plan. Internal Medicine also offers an opportunity to practice in a diversity of settings, from acute in-patient medicine to out-patient medicine where I get to develop a long-term relationship with my patients and help them improve their quality of life. This diversity of pathology, settings, and patients provides an ideal environment for life-long learning.
What do I like to do in my free time: Spending time with my family, cooking, watching TV shows, or playing board or video games. I like to hike and explore scenic landscapes. I also enjoy swimming.


BajracharyaCharu Bajracharya, MD

Hometown: Kathmandu, Nepal
Undergraduate School: Mayo College Girls School, India
Medical School: Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Nepal
What drew me to Internal Medicine: My desire to pursue a career in internal medicine is largely attributed to the vast variety of conditions and cases we tackle on a daily basis, while also providing us with a platform to train under subspecialties. 
What do I like to do in my free time: Outdoor activities, reading, watching movies and spending time with my dogs. 



Ghanshyam Bhatta, MD

Hometown: Dipayal Silgadhi 
Undergraduate School: Himalayan White House International College
Medical School: Institute of Medicine (IOM)
What drew me to Internal Medicine: During my medical school, I found Internal Medicine intellectually challenging. Detailed history taking, physical examinations, deductive reasoning to reach a diagnosis, critical analysis, complexities of diseases, and holistic treatment approach were really interesting experiences for me. |After graduation from medical school, I worked in one of the remote parts of my country. At that time, I realized that a lot of contributions can be made to the community through early diagnosis and preventive medicines. The complicated cases I had to treat solidified my desire to pursue a residency in Internal Medicine. 
What do I like to do in my free time: During my spare time, I love to watch and play soccer games, spend time with friends and family, and go for short hiking.



Shashank Bhattarai, MD

Hometown: Bharatpur
Undergraduate School: BPKIHS
Medical School: BPKIHS
What drew me to Internal Medicine: I choose internal medicine because in internal medicine we don't only treat the disease but we treat patients as a whole. We keep in mind their other aspects like their family aspect and sociocultural aspects. Internal medicine is a multidisciplinary field where we learn to treat the patient in the inpatient ward, outpatient clinic as well as in critical care.
What do I like to do in my free time: In my free time, i love playing outdoor sports, traveling, listening to music, and trekking.


DukhnychNadiya Dukhnych, MD




FatimaNoor E Fatima, MD

Hometown: Lahore, Pakistan
Undergraduate School: Kinnaird College For Women
Medical School: C.M.H Lahore Medical College
What drew me to Internal Medicine: Internal Medicine provides me intellectual satisfaction, the multidisciplinary linkage makes it more challenging and provides opportunity to experience different specialties to treat the patients.  My true passion is complex interactions of systems, broad thinking and the longitudinal relationships I am privileged to develop with my patients.
What do I like to do in my free time: Spending time with family, cooking.



Suchetha Jagan, MD

Hometown: Kerala, India​​​​​​​
Undergraduate School: Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Vaduthala​​​​​​​
Medical School: MOSC Medical College​​​​​​​
What drew me to Internal Medicine: The complex nature and diverse variety of cases that we get to see in Internal Medicine. There is always scope to learn more and grow everyday. You also have the opportunity to bond with your patients which I believe is special.​​​​​​​
What do I like to do in my free time: I love hanging out with my friends and family. I enjoy dancing, playing badminton, travelling and trying out new food. But when I'm feeling lazy I would probably be  binge watching a series with snacks! 



Pooja Jaisawal, MD

Hometown: Kaudena-03, Sarlahi, Nepal​​​​​​​
Undergraduate School: Capital College and Research Center, Kathmandu, Nepal​​​​​​​
Medical School: Nobel Medical College, Biratnagar, Nepal​​​​​​​
What drew me to Internal Medicine: I am Interested in Internal Medicine because it has always fascinated me since my medical school as it combines clinical evaluation and logical thinking. We can apply our skills and knowledge to diagnose and treat a wide variety of pathology. It gives the opportunity of building the long-term doctor-patient relationship. Also, it has a wide scope of subspecialty to choose from. ​​​​​​​
What do I like to do in my free time: In my free time, I like to cook new dishes, mostly Nepali and Indian cuisines. I love dancing and singing. I enjoy travelling to new places. 


KhanMuhammad Khan, MD

Hometown: Layyah, Pakistan​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
Undergraduate School: Allama Iqbal Medical College​​​​​​​
Medical School: Allama Iqbal Medical College​​​​​​​
What drew me to Internal Medicine: I like internal medicine because I found it very challenging and mentally stimulating. It is a remarkably diverse and vibrant field. Working with patients presenting with diverse complaints ranging from pain to complex manifestations of the oncologic disease, and the reasoning-based approach coupled with the vastness of the field instilled in me a sense of belonging to this field. In IM, Physicians are directly involved in patient care. They develop a long-term relationship with patients even after discharging them, and they are the main advocate for them when patients need a referral to other sub-specialties. There is exposure to a very wide variety of pathologies. Also, multiple career opportunities are available after completing your residency.​​​​​​​
What do I like to do in my free time: In my free time, I love spending time with my family.  I also love watching and playing sports. I like traveling very much to scenic places. Listening to music makes me feel better.



Bikal Lamichhane, MD

Hometown: Matepani. Pokhara-12 , Kaski, Gandaki​​​​​​​
Undergraduate School: Gandaki  Boarding School, Pokhara​​​​​​​
Medical School:  Kathmandu University, Nobel Medical College​​​​​​​
What drew me to Internal Medicine: Interest in pathophysiology and willingness to make meaningful connections to help people attracted me toward Internal medicine.  The necessity of smart thinking and intellectual decision-making in medicine is really challenging which further heightens my interest.  The art of arriving at a diagnosis that ends with the satisfaction of helping people enticed me toward IM. It helps me develop meaningful connections and  I consider IM as a powerful tool to develop my intellectual as well Emotional intelligence.|I consider myself an avid learner eager to learn new things. Internal medicine hits me rock-bottom just to realize that I know nothing and there is so much to learn. Wider scope, daily updated clinical approaches, treatment challenges, and the need for new research to cure human suffering is what keeps me persistent in this field.​​​​​​​
What do I like to do in my free time: -  Making happy conversations with my parents and friends.|-  Watching Series in a new language without subtitles, deducing with visual clues.|- Outdoor, I am fond of trekking, hiking, cycling, and kayaking.|- Medical Camps and  Social work.|- Developing and practicing my own modified version of pranayam and easy to do "" Lazy yogas"".|- Shopping out the latest gadget and selling the old one.


Pasham_SudhirSudhir Pasham, MD

Hometown: Hyderabad, India
Undergraduate School: Vikas Junior college
Medical School: Chalmeda Anand Rao Institute of Medical Sciences
What drew me to Internal Medicine: I wanted to train in Internal Medicine because of the high quality training, comprehensive clinical as well as research exposure, and an adequate balance between work and life outside of the hospital.
What do I like to do in my free time: My hobbies include going to the gym, PS4, playing the guitar and cricket, and sleeping.



Sohaib Shabih, MD

Hometown: Karachi​​​​​​​
Undergraduate School: Army Public Intermediate College​​​​​​​
Medical School: Dow Medical College​​​​​​​
What drew me to Internal Medicine: The exciting combination of Intellectual satisfaction ( that comes from dealing with a wide array of complex illnesses) plus the sense of fulfilment that comes from building effective and longitudinal relationship with the patients, is what drew me to internal medicine. ​​​​​​​
What do I like to do in my free time: Playing Tennis, movies, spending quality time with friends and family, cooking ( though the love is newly found :D)