Kiran Khalid, MD

Kiran Khalid, MD

Co-Chair Training & Mentorship Committee

Cabinet Designation: Co-Chair Training & Mentorship Committee
Specialization: Psychiatry
Sub Specialization: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Affiliated Hospital: Carilion Clinic
Institute of Medical Graduation: Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan

Dr. Kiran Khalid currently works as an inpatient and pediatric consult-liaison psychiatrist at Carilion Clinic. She is an Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine. She completed medical school at Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan. After graduation from medical school, she worked for over a year in medical education in Pakistan, where she was involved in faculty development, curriculum development and improving the quality and effectiveness of teaching.

In 2015, she joined the General Psychiatry residency program at University at Buffalo. During residency, Dr. Khalid developed various neuroscience education sessions and was involved in teaching medical students and residents, as a member of the Medical Educator Track. She was also the outpatient chief during residency and implemented various quality improvement measures. During residency, she won numerous service based and educational awards and was inducted in the Gold Humanism Honor Society in 2017.

After completion of residency, she continued to train further in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at University at Buffalo, where she also served as Chief Fellow. As faculty, she is involved in medical education for child and adolescent psychiatry fellow, residents and medical students. Her interests include pediatric consultation/liaison psychiatry, neuroscience education and research.

Applicant Mentorship Program

Residency Applicant Mentorship Program

One of the main goals of PAPANA is to assist and prepare Psychiatry Residency and Fellowship applicants from Pakistan or of Pakistani descent from any part of the world to successfully enter Psychiatry Residency and Fellowship programs in the United States.