Dr. Asia Mubashir, Rheumatologist
Medical Director at St. Mary's Rheumatology
Dr. Asia Mubashir is the Medical Director of St. Mary’s Rheumatology. Prior to joining St. Mary’s, Dr. Mubashir started a first-of-its-kind Center for Arthritis & Rheumatism in North India, which catered to about five thousand patients within its first two years of operation. Dr. Mubashir has also served as an Assistant Professor of Rheumatology at the Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C. She earned her Rheumatology fellowship from the University of Connecticut and completed her Internal Medicine residency at Winthrop University Hospital, New York. Dr. Mubashir was also a researcher at Columbia University, New York Presbyterian Hospital. She went to medical school at UTESA in the Dominican Republic. Dr. Mubashir is a Fellow of the American College of Rheumatology and of the American College of Physicians. She is a member of the Arthritis Foundation and Indian Rheumatology Association.
Dr. Asia Mubashir has trained under world leaders in the field of Rheumatology, specifically Rheumatoid Arthritis, SLE (Lupus), Scleroderma and Sjogren’s Syndrome. She has extensive clinical and research experience. Her work has been published in major journals of Rheumatology and Internal Medicine such as Arthritis and Rheumatism, the Journal of Rheumatology, American Journal of Cardiology, Journal of Nephrology and the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA). She recently authored a chapter in the Textbook of Geriatric Medicine. Dr. Mubashir has been a presenter at international scientific meetings including the American College of Rheumatology and the American College of Cardiology. She has been invited to speak at international conferences and institutions in the United States, Canada, India and the Middle East.
Dr. Asia Mubashir recently moved back to the United States. She lives in Auburn with her husband and two children.
Progression of Esophageal Dysmotility in Systemic Sclerosis
Published May 2012 in the Journal of Rheumatology
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