Nimrat Khehra is a fourth-year medical student at Saint James School of Medicine and is completing her clerkships in the Greater Chicago area in Illinois, United States. She has a degree in applied psychology from Concordia University of Edmonton, Canada.
Nimrat has a strong research background with interests in psychology, pediatrics, internal medicine, neurology, and public health. She has coauthored several international healthcare publications in reputable journals that have been indexed in PubMed and Google Scholar. Her most recent work includes “The neurological complexities and prognosis of COVID-19” published in SN Comprehensive Clinical Medicine and a systematic review titled “Organ system effects and reinfection of COVID-19” published in the Journal of Research and Clinical Medicine.
Nimrat is a member of several medical organizations, such as the American Medical Student Association, Society of General Internal Medicine, American Academy of Pediatrics, Society of Hospital Medicine, and American College of Physicians.
Nimrat is fluent in English, Punjabi, and Hindi. During her free time, she enjoys cooking, exercising, walking her dog, meditating, and swimming.
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