Dr. Ayesha Khalid is an ENT surgeon at Harvard Medical School with over 10 years of experience in the healthcare industry. She is an otorhinolaryngologist with fellowship training in rhinology and skull base surgery. During her medical training, she performed cutting edge basic science research at the University of Pennsylvania and at the Oregon Health Sciences University. She has several publications related to outcomes research and role of bone and biofilms in chronic rhino-sinusitis.
Dr. Khalid currently has an otolaryngology practice in Boston at Cambridge Health Alliance and is a clinical instructor at Harvard Medical School. On a national level, Ayesha serves as an executive member on several Boards for medical organizations and is currently on the board of the American Academy of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery. She founded the Young Physicians Section at the Academy is currently the incoming Chair of Women in Otolaryngology, a several thousand member organization.
Ayesha recently completed a fulltime mid-career MBA in Global Leadership and Innovation from the MIT Sloan School of Management and is lectures at the Yale School of Medicine and Yale School of Management on creating healthcare ventures. Ayesha lives in Boston, Massachusetts with her husband who is an ICU physician at Massachusetts General Hospital and they are raising three independent thinkers.