Aamir Zain Jamal -MD
Dr Aamir Zain Jamal graduated from the Dow Medical College, in 1989. He works in San Dimas, CA and 14 other locations and specializes in Internal Medicine and Nephrology. Dr Jamal is affiliated with Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Centre, Citrus Valley Medical Centre Queen of the Valley Campus, Foothill Presbyterian Hospital, and Casa Colina Hospital & Centres for Healthcare, San Dimas Community Hospital, Kindred Hospital West Covina and West Covina Medical Centre.
Dr. Untara Shaikh Qureshi
Dr. Untara Shaikh Qureshi graduated from the Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences. She is program director at in MedSmarter USA as well as running the eDoctor certification program for Therapeutics & Prescription writing. Dr. Untara Shaikh led the content development efforts for the ePharma program, collaboration between Educast and DOW University of Health Sciences. She is also currently a candidate working to obtain a Ph.D. in Psychology. Dr. Untara is an ECFMG Certified MD. She also holds a COVID-19 Training for Healthcare Workers Certificate from Stanford University.
Dr. Shariq Khoja
Dr. Shariq Khoja is a seasoned researcher and high-profile leader in the area of eHealth and eLearning. Dr. Khoja has worked as Advisor on Evidence, Capacity, and Policy for mHealth Alliance at the United Nations Foundation. He was the founding Director for the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) eHealth Resource Centre, and a faculty member at the Aga Khan University in Nairobi, Kenya, and Karachi, Pakistan. He has an extensive background and interest in using eHealth to facilitate health care services and education. He has experience of over 15 years leading Health systems initiatives in developing countries.
Dr. Khoja currently leads eHealth initiatives in about 10 countries of South and Central Asia and East Africa. His research interests focus on creating evidence and policies to guide the implementation of eHealth in developing countries. Dr. Khoja currently holds a Grand Challenges grant in Mental Health and Rising Star in Global Health. Dr. Khoja has successfully raised over six million dollars in research funding from international donors.