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Professor Doctor Ikram Ullah Khan
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Peshawar, Pakistan
Residence Islamabad
Nationality Pakistani
Education MBBS ( Pakistan ), FRCP, MRCP (UK)
Alma mater Edwards College, Peshawar
Khyber Medical College Peshawar
Royal college of physicians, United Kingdom
Occupation HOD of Dermatology PIMS
Parent(s) Eng. Fateh Ullah Khan Gandapur
Website drikram.com

Ikram Ullah Khan (Urdu: اکرام اللہ خان‎) (born 24 August 1962) is the Dermatologist and Head of Department of Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences in Islamabad[1].He belongs to a Pathan Muslim Family.

Education[edit | edit source]

He started studying Dermatology in the University of Pakistan then he traveled to UK to complete his study. He became a MBBS , MRCP and FRCP from UK . This is the most elevated post-graduate qualification in Dermatology from UK. He has been trained in the field of Dermatology and Skin laser treatment from Birmingham Skin Center which is one of the largest institutes in UK . He has spent more than 10 years in UK , where he has worked as consultant Dermatologist and he has 30 years of experience in United Kingdom .

Career[edit | edit source]

Khan is currently working as Head of Dermatology Dept. in Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences Islamabad, consultant Dermatologist Shifa International Hospital Islamabad and honorary consultant Dermatologist and Surgeon Commander Pakistan Navy. He is Supervisor and Examiner for College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan as well.

Role in Introducing the Laser Technology[edit | edit source]

Khan[2] introduced the laser technology first time in Pakistan. He got his Training in United Kingdom and returned to Pakistan to serve his Own Nation. He worked for all type of Skin Diseases, Laser hair Removal, Burn Scars, Acne scars and many more disease treatment from Laser Technology. He aware the people of Pakistan about Laser and overcome the fear of laser light and treatment. He Treated many Skin diseases from laser Technology.

Accreditation & Affiliations[edit | edit source]

He is Affiliated with Pakistan Medical and Dental Counsel [3] and Pakistan Association of Dermatology [4]

Research Papers, Case Studies & Publications[edit | edit source]

Khan has attended and chaired national and international conferences and has written numerous research articles published internationally. His field of interest in dermatology is dermatological laser therapy, cutaneous surgery and dermatology.

"The Validity of fine needle aspiration cytology as a diagnostic tool in Scrofuloderma" , International Journal of Pathology; 2008

"Erythroderma Due to Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris," International Journal of Pathology; 2005[5]

"Sebaceous Granulomas: A Novel Feature of Discoid Lupus Erythematosus," International Journal of Pathology; 2015

"Comparison between response to treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis with intralesional chloroquine vs intralesional meglumine antimoniate," International Journal of Pathology; 2015

"Granuloma formation in discoid lupus erythematosus: a novel microscopic feature"

"Degos’ disease: a rare disorder," Journal of Pakistan Association of Dermatologists 2006

"Eosinophilic pustular folliculitis of Ofuji in an immunocompetent (non-HIV) Pakistani patient," Journal of Pakistan Association of Dermatologists 2006

"Comparison of fine needle aspiration with biopsy in the diagnosis of cutaneous leishmaniasis," Journal of Pakistan Association of Dermatologists 2007

"Grover’s disease: a case report," Journal of Pakistan Association of Dermatologists 2007

"Netherton’s Syndrome, an uncommon genodermatosis," Journal of Pakistan Association of Dermatologists 2006

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