M. Bilal Abid, MD, MRCP (U.K.), is an Assistant Professor of Medicine jointly with the divisions of Hematology/Oncology and Infectious Diseases at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He graduated from the Aga Khan University School of Medicine in Pakistan and then trained at Penn State University in Pennsylvania, National University of Singapore, University of Bristol Cancer Institute in Bristol, U.K., and at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Dr. Abid's clinical and translational research interests include hematological malignancies, stem cell transplantation, immunotherapy, CAR T-cell therapy and transplant-related infectious diseases. Along with his team, he is currently exploring the potential of the gut microbiome in enhancing the responses to engineered T-cell cancer therapy. Dr. Abid is also involved in several research studies and clinical trials related to infections that develop after bone marrow transplantation and cellular therapy.
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Aga Khan University Medical College - Karachi - Pakistan - M.B.B.S. - Doctor of Medicine - (2007)
Penn State - Hershey - PA - Internship in Internal Medicine & Pediatrics - (2010-2011)
National University Cancer Institute of Singapore - Singapore - Clinical Training in Hematology & Bone Marrow Transplantation - (2012-2013)
National University of Singapore - Singapore - Residency in Internal Medicine - (2013-2016)
University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust - Bristol - England - Fellowship in Hematology - (2016-2017)
Medical College of Wisconsin - Milwaukee - Fellowship in Infectious Diseases - (2017-2019)
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