Mufti N. Ahmad, M.D.
Dr. Ahmad joins us from the Levine Cancer Institute in Charlotte, NC, where he completed his fellowship and was awarded the Certificate of Excellence/Outstanding Fellow from the North Carolina Oncology Association. In addition, Dr. Ahmad was awarded grant funding from the North Carolina Lung Cancer Initiative to study the blood and tumor-based immunokinetic tools designed to probe the evolution of lung cancer/immune system interactions during therapy with the goal to identify biomarkers of response in different chemo-immunotherapy regimens.
Dr. Ahmad completed his Internal Medicine residency at the University at Buffalo in New York, after earning his medical degree with the Prime Minister’s Scholarship program award from the University of Health Sciences in Lahore, Pakistan.
Prior to his fellowship, Dr. Ahmad practiced as a hospitalist at Kettering Health Network in Dayton, OH, while serving as a clinical assistant professor at Wright State University. Following that, he served as a hospitalist at the Community Health Network in Indianapolis while continuing his research in breast cancer genomics as a research scholar and clinical assistant professor at the Indiana University Simon Cancer Center.
Published author of several peer reviewed medical journal articles and book chapters, Dr. Ahmad is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Board eligible in Hematology and Medical Oncology.