MBBS, MD, MS, Fellowship in Health Services Research, Fellowship in Advanced Training in Hospital Medicine
Kiran is a physician and a researcher. His clinical practice is in internal and hospital medicine. His research work focuses on health systems and services, examining their structures, processes, outcomes and effectiveness with a view to improving health care delivery.
Kiran obtained his undergraduate medical degree from Kathmandu University in Nepal, following which he finished his Internal Medicine residency at the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in Chicago, where he was chosen as the commencement speaker for his graduating class. Subsequently, he completed fellowships in Health Services Research, as well as in Advanced Training in Hospital Medicine at the University of Chicago. In addition, he also obtained a Master of Public Health Sciences degree from the University of Chicago’s Department of Public Health Sciences. He practiced hospital medicine at the University of Chicago Medical Center. He is currently a research affiliate at the University of Chicago’s Center for Health and the Social Sciences.