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Khalid Fahoum

Khalid Fahoum MD

Internal Medicine

Khalid Fahoum is an internal medicine resident at NYU Langone Health. His career interests include health disparities, global health, and the social determinants of health. After completing residency, he plans to pursue fellowship training in gastroenterology and hepatology.

He completed his medical education at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York, where he earned an MD with honors in research. During medical school he was co-director of the student-run health equity committee, co-founder of the Middle Eastern and North African Students Association, and a student evaluator and case coordinator for the Weill Cornell Center for Human Rights, where he helped conduct medical and psychologic evaluations for asylum-seekers. His research during medical school involved projects on alcohol-associated liver disease, COVID-19, and social determinates of health screening.

Khalid completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto, where he studied pathobiology. He then completed a Master’s degree in Global Health prior to starting medical school.

Areas of Expertise

  • Education
  • Medical writing
  • Research and development


  • Internal Medicine, NYU Langone
  • MSc, Health Sciences, McMaster University
  • MD, Medical College, Weill Cornell Medicine
  • HBSc, Pathobiology, University of Toronto

  • Honors in Research, Weill Cornell Medical College
  • Roberts Diversity and Lifestyle Medicine Scholar, Weill Cornell Medical College
  • National Young Scholars in General Internal Medicine, Society of General Internal Medicine

  • Shen, N. T., Kaplan, A., Fahoum, K., Basu, E., Shenoy, A., Wahid, N., … & Brown Jr, R. S. (2021). Identification of Quantifiable Predictors of Relapse in Patients with Alcohol‐Associated Liver Disease. Hepatology communications, 5(7), 1156-1164.
  • Kingery, J. R., Bf Martin, P., Baer, B. R., Pinheiro, L. C., Rajan, M., Clermont, A., … & Goyal, P. (2021). Thirty-day post-discharge outcomes following COVID-19 infection. Journal of general internal medicine, 36(8), 2378-2385.
  • Fahoum, K., & Abuelaish, I. (2019). Occupation, settlement, and the social determinants of health for West Bank Palestinians. Medicine, Conflict and Survival, 35(3), 265-283.

  • Anatomy Teaching Assistant, Weill Cornell Medical College
  • Clinical clerkship tutor, Weill Cornell Medical College


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