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Specialty

Neurology;

Language(s) Spoken

English; Hindi

Joined Kelsey-Seybold

2012

Accepting New Patients?

Yes

​​​​​Professional Back​ground 

In 2005, Dr. Khare earned her medical degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. She completed her Neurology residency at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston in 2011. In 2012, Dr. Khare completed her Neurophysiology Fellowship with an epilepsy emphasis at the Neurological Institute at The Methodist Hospital. 

Professional Assoc​​iations

Dr. Khare is a member of the Association of American Physicians of Indian descent (AAPI), American Medical Student Association (AMSA), American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) - 2001 to 2005 and Women in Medicine - 2001 to 2005.

Hobbies and In​​terests

When Dr. Khare is not caring for patients, she enjoys volunteering at animal shelters, exercising, hiking, Zumba and traveling.

​My philosophy of patient care is centered around the patient. I believe all patients should be treated as if they are part of your family.

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Awards & Recognitions

​Dr. Khare has been recognized by the following prestigious awards:
  • Chief Neurology Resident, Department of Neurology, The University of Texas at Health Science Center at Houston (2009 – 2010)
  • Presbyterian Health Foundation Honors Research Program (2002)
  • SURE scholar, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (1998)
  • Fleming Scholar, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (1996)

Publicatio​ns

Dr. Khare has contributed to the following publications:
  • The Effects of an AK Inhibitor on CD73 Knockout Mice with LPS-induced septic shock. K. Khare. PowerPoint presentation to the Presbyterian Health Foundation Honors Research Program committee (October 2002).
  • The Differential Effects of Estrogens, Progesterone, Corticosterone on Astrocytes and Oligodendrocytes. J.H. Ishida, C.S. Go, K. Khare, P.S. Timiras. Poster presentation at the Annual FASEB Meeting, San Diego (April 2000).
  • Metabolites from apoptotic thymocytes inhibit thymopoiesis in adenosine deaminase-deficient fetal thymic organ cultures. L.F. Thompson, C. J. Van De Wiele, A.B. Laurent, S.W. Hooker, J.G. Vaughn, H. Jiang, K. Khare, R. E. Kellens, M.R. Blackburn, M.S. Hershfield, and R. Resta. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 106: 1149-1157 (2000).
  • CD73 Expression and Fyn-dependent Signaling on Murine Lymphocytes. Y. Yamashita, S.W. Hooker, H. Jiang, A.B. Laurent, R. Resta, K. Khare, A. Coe, P.W. Kincade, and L.F. Thompson, European Journal of Immunology, 28: 2981-2990 (1998).