Dr. Hina Ahmad


MBBS, M.Phil. Community Health Sciences, MHPE, PhD Scholar Public Health, PGD Certification in Nutritional Sciences from Stanford Medical School (USA) and Harvard Medical School

Associate Professor Community Medicine  

15 years of undergraduate teaching experience 

About Dr. Hina

She is an Associate Professor of Community Health Sciences and the Deputy Controller of Examinations at the Central Park Medical College in Lahore, Pakistan. She earned her medical degree from Fatima Jinnah Medical University. She pursued a career in Community Medicine and Medical Education after completing her pediatrics clinical training. She is currently enrolled at University of Lahore as a PhD Public Health Scholar. She completed her master’s degree in Health Professional Education just recently (MHPE). She holds certifications from Stanford Medical School (United States) and Harvard Medical School. She has been involved in undergraduate medical education for the past fifteen years. Her most notable quality is her community research. She is a co-recipient of the APLAR COPCORD grant for 2018 and has published extensively in national and international journals. As vice president of the Central Park Student Research Society, she oversees numerous student research projects. As CPMC’s deputy controller of examinations, she is responsible for the examination’s quality assurance. Item analysis is of particular interest to her. The epidemiology of chronic diseases, particularly rheumatic diseases, nutrition, and medical education are of particular significance to her. She has authored a number of national and international publications and abstracts for conferences. In addition to her academic and administrative duties, she participates in extracurricular activities at CPMC. She served as vice president of the CPMC debate society. She was also the “best athlete” at Fatima Jinnah Medical University’s 1995 sports day.