Nadia J. Khati, MD, FACR, is board certified in Diagnostic radiology and Professor of Radiology at The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences. She currently serves as the Director of Ultrasound as well as the Fellowship Program Director for Abdominal Imaging. She specializes in Abdominal Imaging and her clinical interests include multimodality imaging of common conditions involving the abdomen and pelvis, performing imaging-guided procedures and interventions, multimodality imaging of obstetrical and gynecological conditions with a specific focus on imaging of female infertility.
Dr. Khati earned her Medical Degree from the Medical school of Algiers, Algeria. She completed her a Radiology Residency at the George Washington University Hospital and pursued further training with a Fellowship in Abdominal Imaging at the same institution. She is an active member of the Radiology Program Evaluation Committee and serves as the Radiology Liaison for the Hospital Trauma Performance Improvement Committee. She is also actively involved in many National Committees such as the ARRS, SRU, ACR and RSNA. Throughout her training and career, she has received numerous honors and appointments including Chief Resident at The George Washington University Hospital, the Roentgen Resident/Fellow Research Award, the prestigious Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2006 and 2011, America's Top Physician Award, the American College of Radiology Fellowship Award which is the highest honor bestowed on ACR members and The ABR (American Board of Radiology) Volunteer Service Award.
She has published numerous abstracts, articles and book chapters and has presented several posters and electronic exhibits at Annual National Meetings some of which have won Certificate of Merit Awards. Her publications can be found in various journals including RadioGraphics, the American Journal of Roentgenology, Ultrasound Quarterly, Emergency Radiology, and The Journal of the American College of Radiology.
She is currently involved in ongoing research for the first clinical trial of the HIV vaccine, sponsored by the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI). The George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) is one of only two sites chosen for the Phase 1 Clinical Trial. She also has research projects with the GWU Milken School of Public Health involving uterine fibroids and with the Department of Computer Science at the School of Engineering and Applied Science at the George Washington University in a funded Cross Disciplinary Research project to develop the use of optical scanning technology to predict parameters associated with pregnancy.