Dr. Syed Hasan joined the Department of Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine as an Instructor in July, 2019. He is originally from Karachi, Pakistan and immigrated to the U.S. in 2009. He finished medical school at the prestigious Sindh Medical College (now known as JSMU) in Pakistan. After graduation, Dr. Hasan spent time working as a researcher in the University of Texas at Houston in the Oncology division. He dedicated his time studying the relationship between stressful events and risks of cancer development. His study was presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) conference in Chicago, IL. After working at UT Houston, Dr. Hasan went for Internal Medicine residency at University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). As a resident, he worked on several projects which were presented in various internal medicine conferences; such as the American College of Physicians, Society of Hospital Medicine, and SGIM. During his residency, Dr. Hasan developed interest in teaching medical students and residents in the hospital medicine service. He enjoys direct patient care with a specific interest in cancer and transplant patients. His area of research includes bone marrow transplant and hematological malignancies. Dr. Hasan co-authored review articles and case series in his area of interest. After finishing his residency, Dr. Hasan joined Washington University Department of Medicine as a clinical instructor in the Division of Hospital Medicine Bone Marrow Transplant service. He enjoys working in a team-based environment in an academic setting and opportunities to teach medical students and residents. Outside of medicine, he is passionate about cricket, loves traveling, exploring new places, and spending time with his family.