Dr. Mohyuddin completed his medical training at the prestigious Aga Khan University in Pakistan. He completed his internal medicine residency at the University of Kansas where he developed a passion for medical education and treating hematological malignancies. After residency, he pursued Chief Residency at the University of Kansas, focusing on mechanisms of novel educational delivery and improving access to research for trainees. He completed his fellowship at the University of Kansas, developing a clinical and research interest in multiple myeloma, drug repurposing, quality of scientific methods, end of life, cost-effective/evidence-based care and medical education.
When Dr. Mohyuddin is not at work, he enjoys the outdoors tremendously. Outdoor life is what drew him to live in Utah where he is currently an Assistant Professor at the Huntsman Cancer Institute with a focus on multiple myeloma. His clinical interests focus on the treatment of multiple myeloma (MM), including bone marrow transplantation, with specific research interests including the design and quality of clinical trials in MM and other hematological malignancies, renal failure, supportive and palliative care in MM and bone marrow transplant recipients, medical education, drug repurposing, cost-effective, and risk adapted/personalized therapies for patients with plasma cell dyscrasias. His work has been published in various high impact medical journals including Lancet Hematology, Blood Advances, British Journal of Hematology, and American Journal of Hematology.