Faisal Khosa is a medical graduate from Pakistan and is currently working in the Department of Radiology at Vancouver General Hospital, University of British Columbia. Dr Khosa is a distinguished recipient of numerous national and international awards of excellence in education, research and philanthropy.
He received the Award of Merit in the “People First Award category of Leadership” by the Vancouver Coastal Health in June 2017. He was awarded the Canadian Association of Radiology/Canadian Radiology Foundation “Leadership Scholarship” in April 2017 and College of Physicians and Surgeons bestowed upon his Examiners Award in March 2017.
Dr. Khosa and his team received the “Outstanding Support Award” by Vancouver General Hospital Trauma Program in 2016; the American Roentgen Ray Scholarship (2013-2016); the Outstanding Young Investigator Award in USA (2015) and the One in One Hundred Mentor Award (2014). He received the Scientific Research Award at Harvard University in 2010. He also received the “Medal of Excellence” (Tamgha-i-Imtiaz) from the Government of Pakistan and The College of Physicians and Surgeons Award for 15 years of “Outstanding Service to Medicine” in Pakistan.
Faisal is Board certified in Radiology in USA, Canada and Europe and has completed extensive training in radiology, including a residency in Diagnostic Radiology in Ireland. He completed the IMG Alternate Pathway – Diagnostic Radiology Certification for U.S and Canada, which included: clinical fellowships in Oncoradiology, Cardiovascular Imaging, Emergency Radiology, Body MRI and Neuroradiology at Harvard Medical School. He subsequently received a scholarship for an MBA in which Leadership was his major.
He has more than 80 publications, numerous book chapter and serves as a faculty speaker at the Radiological Society of North America, American Roentgen Ray Society, American Society of Emergency Radiology, Royal College in UK and The Arab Health Congress in Middle East, and an invited speaker at universities all over the world.
He is passionate about serving and giving back and his mentoring has benefited more than 1,000 students and trainees from all over the world. His mentoring website includes links, lectures and career counseling advice: http://khosa.emergencyradiology.ca