Neha Dahiya, MBBS, MBA

Neha Dahiya
  • Clinical Assistant Professor, Pathology
  • Co-Director, Molecular Basis of Life and Disease (MBLD)
  • nehadahiya@arizona.edu
    • Primary Address
    • Office
    • University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix
    • 435 North 5th Street
    • Phoenix, AZ, United States 85004

Biography

Education

  • MBA 2008, Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis
  • Residency 1996, Clinical Pathology, Saint John's Medical College, Bangalore University
  • MBBS 1991, Government Medical College, Punjabi University

Biography

Dr. Neha Dahiya received her medical degree from Govt. Medical College, India and completed her residency in pathology from St. John’s Medical College, Bangalore. After practicing diagnostic pathology for 8 years, she relocated to St. Louis and pursued a master’s in business administration (MBA) from Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis. She graduated as a Beta Gamma Sigma and was involved with management and quality control/quality assurance of clinical and research laboratories at the Department of Pathology and Immunology in Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis.

As a clinical pathologist, actively involved in diagnostic work in India and later as an instructor at Washington University in St. Louis, she has cumulative 20 years experience in both diagnostic pathology and teaching medical students and residents.

Currently, she is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Arizona, College of Medicine – Phoenix. She is also the Block Director for Oncology Block and co-directs the MBLD block.

As an educator, she is actively involved with the MS1 and MS2 students via lectures and active learning sessions. In addition, as a longitudinal facilitator, she facilitates CBI’s in most of the blocks. Apart from her passion for teaching, she is an avid traveler interested in world history and culture.

Dr. Dahiya is also the founder and CEO of ENZS Consulting. She spends some part of her time providing expertise to clinical laboratories to maintain regulatory compliance.