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Hurley Internal Medicine resident receives research honors from Johns Hopkins.

October 17, 2011

Haseeb Ilias Basha MD,  a second-year Hurley Internal Medicine/MSU College of Human Medicine resident physician, has been honored for his research by Johns Hopkins.

Basha's abstract was cited in the Johns Hopkins General Internal Medicine Housestaff Research Awards announcement, which appeared online.

The award recognized Dr. Basha's research in the area of health care prevention and epidemiology: Identification of Immunodominant HLA-B7 Restricted CD8+ Cytotoxic T cell Epitopes Derived From Mammaglobin-A Expressed on Human Breast Cancers, which was published as a preclinical study in the journal Breast Cancer Research and Treatment.  

Basha, a Grand Blanc, Mich., resident, is in his second year of his Internal Medicine Residency Training Program at Hurley Medical Center/Michigan State University College of Human Medicine.

Last year, Rajaie Namas MD, also of Grand Blanc and now a third-year Internal Medicine resident at Hurley, also received an honorable mention from the Johns Hopkins Research Award Competition for his paper: An Adequately Robust Early TNF-alpha Response is a Hallmark of Survival Following Trauma/Hemorrhage.

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Haseeb Ilias Basha, MD

Haseeb Ilias Basha, MD
Second-year resident, Hurley Internal Medicine
MSU College of Human Medicine