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Dr. Haider pursued his medical degree from Dow Medical College, Karachi in 1994. He then moved to the United States where he received his training in Internal Medicine in Dearborn, Michigan and University of Louisville, Kentucky. Upon completion, Dr. Haider practiced Internal Medicine in North Carolina. In order to pursue his interest in Hematology and Oncology he left his successful private practice in 2007 and joined the Internal Medicine faculty at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis. The same year he obtained special training in coagulation disorders at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and returned to work with Dr. Marion Dugdale at the Memphis Hemophilia Treatment Center. Dr. Haider began his formal Hematology and Oncology fellowship training at UTHSC in 2010.
Dr. Haider has a particular interest in the field of hematology and international outreach for developing countries. He is pursuing his research in this area under the direction of the International Outreach program of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. His hobbies include travel and camping. He is the co-founder of an elementary school in Karachi, Pakistan which is run on project based methodology. His wife Nadia is an architect, currently pursuing a Masters degree from University of Memphis in City Planning. They have four wonderful children, ages 4 through 11.