Dr Hasan is a doyen in the field of genetics. She holds a PhD in Genetics from Osmania University and a DBT Fellowship from CCMB. Dr Hasan has over 37 years of research experience and her areas of interest include molecular pathology in cancer, neuro-degeneration, diabetes related complications and pharmaco-genomic based medicine. Prior to Kamineni Hospitals, she spent 8 years at Wellington Medical School, New Zealand. She has over 100 international publications to her name.
Sr. Consultant & HOD, Department of Genetics and Molecular Medicine, Kamineni Hospital, Hyderabad. Involved in Research, training, diagnostics and counseling. Founder Co-ordinator of the first full time programme in "Genetic counseling"in India.
Department : Genetics
Designation : Sr. Consultant Genetics
Location : L.B.Nagar
Junior Research Fellow, Department of Genetics, Osmania Univ Hyderabad
Senior Research Fellow, Department of Genetics, Osmania Univ. Hyderabad
Postdoctoral Fellow, Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad
Research Fellow. Dept of Medicine. Wellington School of Medicine
Post-doctoral Fellow, Department of Medicine, Wellington School of Medicine
Senior Research Associate, Genetic Unit, Bhagwan Mahaveer Hospital
working as Sr. Consultant Genetics in Kamineni Hospitals
B.sc, Osmania Univ. Hyderabad, India
M.sc ,Osmania Univ. Hyderabad, India
Phd,Osmania Univ. Hyderabad, India
PUBLICATIONS & CERTIFICATIONS
Q. Hasan and Y. R. Ahuja (1984). EMSI Newsletter 8(3&4): 15-18.
Y. R. Ahuja, Q. Hasan and B. T. Saritha (1985). Interaction of chemicals. Cell Biology Newsletter 6(1): 21-28.
Y. R. Ahuja, Q. Hasan and B. T. Saritha (1986). Genetic toxicology of chemical interaction. Bulletin of Human Genetics Vol. No. XI(1).
Q. Hasan and Y. R. Ahuja (1986). Genetic toxicology of alcohol. Child Psychiatry Quarterly Vol. XIX (2&3): 57-66.
Q. Hasan and Y. R. Ahuja (1986). X-chromosome inactivation in mammals. Cell Biology Newsletter 7(2): 2-8.
Q. Hasan and Y. R. Ahuja (1987). Sex chromatin decondensation with changes in
steroid hormonal status. Bulletin of Human Gen. Vol No. XII(1): 10-11.
Q. Hasan and Y. R. Ahuja (1988). Cretinism and aneuploidy. Cell and Chromosome
Research 11(3): 83-86.
Y. R. Ahuja, R. Saxena, P. J. Khan, Q. Hasan, V. S. Prasad, B. T.