Utsha Khatri, MD is a fellow in the National Clinician Scholars Program at the Perelman School of Medicine and an emergency medicine physician. Her research interests focus on health equity and the care of socially vulnerable populations. Specifically, she is interested in improving the quality of medical care and social service delivery in the acute care setting, with a focus on individuals with a history of incarceration and those with substance use disorder.
Dr. Khatri received an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Davidson College and then attended George Washington University for medical school where she completed the “Community Health” track. She completed her emergency medicine residency training at the University of Pennsylvania, where she served as a chief resident. She is also a former Fulbright Scholar.