Dr. Lubna Khawaja is an Associate Professor of Medicine and a clinician-educator at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. She obtained her medical degree from the Aga Khan University Medical College in Pakistan and went on to complete residency training in internal medicine/pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine. Over the years, Dr. Khawaja has honed her clinical and educational expertise through practice of inpatient and outpatient medicine in different academic and private healthcare systems. She has been an academic hospitalist at Baylor since 2003. Dr Khawaja has earned recognition for her academic and clinical contributions with Baylor’s Norton Rose Fullbright Award for Teaching Evaluations and Women of Excellence Award. She is a graduate of the Academic Hospitalist Academy (AHA) and Quality and Safety Education Academy (QSEA). Her areas of clinical interest include BioEthics and Patient Safety/Quality Improvement. She serves on multiple institutional, regional, and national committees/ work groups focused on these areas and serves as a QI mentor for medicine resident projects at Baylor. She has been an active member of SGIM for over 10 years, both at the regional and national levels, and currently serves as the Southern Regional President (2024-2025).



Job Title

Associate Professor


Baylor College of Medicine