Khaled Hasan is a senior orthopaedic surgery resident at McMaster University. He completed his undergraduate education in Kinesiology at York University graduating at the top of his class with honours. He then completed his medical training at the University of Toronto School of Medicine.
Khaled's research and subspecialty interests relate to lower extremity reconstruction and arthroplasty and trauma with a special interest in complex revision lower extremity arthroplasty. His most notable publication was a project entitled the Prophylactic Antibiotic and Tumor Surgery Survey (PARITY) in BioMed Central under the guidance and mentorship of Dr. Michelle Ghert. He presented as a keynote speaker at the Musculoskeletal Tumor Society Conference, an International Conference hosted in Chicago as a PGY1, and also won Best Junior Surgical Resident Research Presentation at the annual McMaster Surgery Research Day, the A.K. Mighton Award
Outside of work, Khaled enjoys mixed martial arts, fitness, spending time at the gym, and has a special interest in nutrition and living a healthy lifestyle.
Khaled credits much of his success to having a supporting family, with special recognition to his mother, Suhair Deeb, who has long served as Khaled's source of inspiration.