Sairah Khan, M.D., joined Children's National Heart Institute in August 2016 as part of the Heart Failure and Transplant team.
A native of northern Virginia, Dr. Khan received her undergraduate degree in biology and psychology from the University of Rochester, where she subsequently completed medical school. She completed her Pediatrics residency at the University of North Carolina followed by a Cardiology fellowship at Nationwide Children's in Columbus, OH. Dr. Khan did an advanced fellowship in pediatric heart failure, cardiomyopathy and transplant at Cincinnati Children's Hospital. She has several awards, has given many presentations and has written several peer-reviewed publications.
Dr. Khan's research interests include heart failure biomarkers, transplant clinical immunology and quality-of-life measurements in cardiomyopathies and transplant patients.