Madiha Iqbal, M.D., is a hematologist and oncologist in the Blood and Marrow Transplant and Cellular Therapy (CAR-T) programs at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, FL.
Dr. Iqbal completed her internal medicine residency at the University of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City. She then moved to Jacksonville, Florida where she completed her hematology and oncology fellowship at the Mayo Clinic. She has served as the chief fellow during her training and has also been a member of the graduate education commitee (GEC) while serving as the education chair for the Mayo Fellows Association.
Dr. Iqbal is active in clinical research and has published multiple manuscripts. Outside work Dr. Iqbal enjoys reading, travelling and spending time with her husband and their six month old daughter.
- Chimeric Antigen Receptor T-cell Therapy (CAR T)
- Graft versus Host disease (acute and chronic)
- Evidence-based medicine in hematopoietic cell transplantation
Mayo Clinic locations
Chief Fellow - Hematology/OncologyMayo School of Graduate Medical Education
Fellowship - Hematology/OncologyMayo School of Graduate Medical Education
Residency - Internal MedicineUniversity of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Residency - Internal MedicineHamad Medical Corporation
Observership - CardiologyPlaza Medical Centre
Medical Officer - Emergency MedicineDoctors Hospital and Medical Center
Internship - CardiologyPunjab Institute of Cardiology
Internship - Internal MedicineServices Institute of Medical Sciences
Internship - General SurgerySir Ganga Ram Hospital
MBBSFatima Jinnah Medical University
Elective Term - Clinical NutritionShaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre
Pre-MedicalKinnaird College for Women
Activities and honors
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal Medicine