Dr. Qamar Khan is a board-certified hematologist and oncologist who is proficient in diagnosing and treating patients with all forms of malignancies. His primary clinical interest is in breast cancer and lymphomas. Over the past 25 years, he has built a reputation as a highly skilled clinician, accomplished researcher and dedicated faculty member at several well-regarded medical schools. A multilingual physician who is fluent in English, Hindi and Arabic, he is also an assistant professor at the UCF College of Medicine. Dr. Khan is a nationally recognized researcher who frequently participates in clinical trials and is known for his close attention to managing the symptoms of those receiving chemotherapy. His excellent educational credentials include his medical degree from Sind Medical College in Pakistan, internal medicine internship and residency at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, and advanced fellowship training in hematology and oncology at Kansas University Medical Center in Kansas City.