Babar Khokhar, MD, MBA
Babar Khokhar, MD, MBA, strives to offer hope to his patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. He provides a patient experience that is both comforting and optimistic. “I want to provide the support and tools available for my patients in their journey to fight this unrelenting neurodegenerative disease,” he says. “My approach is to give patients the opportunity to prolong survival with all available options and to maintain their quality of life.”
An associate professor of neurology at Yale School of Medicine, Dr. Khokhar also uses his award-winning clinical skills to treat patients with other neurological conditions such as motor neuron disease, primary lateral sclerosis, progressive bulbar palsy, headaches, and neuropathy.
“My goal is to take care of patients coping with an extremely difficult terminal illness and support them with the resources of our entire team,” he says.
- Associate Dean for Clinical Transformation; Associate Professor of Neurology & Chief Clinical Transformation Officer, YMA
- Chief Ambulatory Medical Officer, Yale Medicine and Yale New Haven Health
- Vice-Chair, Operations, Neurology
- Director, MDA-ALS/Motor Neuron Disease Clinic, Neurology
Education & Training
- Neuromuscular Medicine FellowVeterans Administration/Yale School of Medicine (2012)
- Chief Resident (Administrative)Yale-New Haven Hospital (2011)
- ResidentYale-New Haven Hospital (2010)
- InternYale-New Haven Hospital (2008)
- MDTufts University School of Medicine (2007)
- MBATufts University (2007)
- BAJohns Hopkins University, Neuroscience and Economics (2003)