Vaishali Khatri, PhD
Vaishali Khatri, PhD, MSc, BSc, FHEA is a Senior Lecturer in Physiology at AUC School of Medicine's UK Track. Dr. Khatri is on the faculty at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) in Preston UK, where the program is delivered.
Dr. Khatri has more than 20 years of experience in teaching physiology to undergraduate and postgraduate students. She earned her master’s degree in medical physiology from B.J Medical College, Pune, India and her PhD from University of South Pacific, Fiji Islands. She has had the opportunity of working in various medical and health sciences institutes, which provide training in a number of medical and health science disciplines, including MBBS, dentistry, pharmacy, physiotherapy, radiography, laboratory technology, dietetics and environmental health. With these experiences, she has an understanding of the current professional and educational challenges in health and clinical sciences and the ability to overcome them effectively.
She has completed a two-year fellowship program in interprofessional education from FAIMER (Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research) and was awarded the FAIMER Fellowship in 2020. She was also awarded FHEA (Fellow of Higher Education Academy, UK) in July 2021. Her endeavor has always been to give her best to the students, with the goal of helping them to develop professionally and personally.