Entrepreneurs Of Pakistan

Dr. Adil Haider-Pakistani-American Entrepreneur, medical professional, and public health expert

Dr. Adil Haider

Dr. Adil Haider is a Pakistani-American entrepreneur, medical professional, and public health expert. He is currently serving as the Dean of the Aga Khan University Medical College in Pakistan. Here is a brief biography:

Dr. Haider completed his medical education in Pakistan before moving to the United States to pursue further studies. He earned his Master’s degree in Public Health from Harvard University and completed his residency in Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania.

After completing his medical training, Dr. Haider started working as a practicing surgeon in the United States. He also became involved in public health research and advocacy, particularly in the areas of trauma and injury prevention.

In 2013, Dr. Haider co-founded the Center for Healthcare Equity and Innovation (CHEI) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. CHEI is a research center that focuses on improving health equity and reducing health disparities, particularly among marginalized and underserved populations.

In addition to his work at CHEI, Dr. Haider has been actively involved in promoting entrepreneurship and innovation in healthcare. He has served as a mentor to several healthcare startups and has been a frequent speaker at international conferences and forums.

In 2021, Dr. Haider was appointed as the Dean of the Aga Khan University Medical College in Pakistan. In this role, he has been working to develop and implement strategies to improve medical education and healthcare services in Pakistan.

Dr. Haider is also a member of several professional organizations, including the American College of Surgeons, the American Public Health Association, and the World Health Organization’s Emergency and Trauma Care program. He has been recognized for his contributions to healthcare and public health and has received several awards, including the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, one of the highest honors bestowed by the US government on young scientists and engineers.