Khalid Elzamzamy, MD​

Khalid Elzamzamy, MD is an advisor to the Alkaram Institute as well as an Islamic Psychology research fellow, with his fellowship focusing on an Islamically integrated approach to suicide prevention and care. He is also a psychiatry fellow at Hamad Medical Corporation in Doha, Qatar and is currently completing his Master’s degree in Islamic Ethics at Hamad Bin Khalifa University, also in Qatar. Having received his medical degree from Ain Shams University, Egypt, he is an active researcher and scholar, previously serving as a research assistant at Yale University, and currently as a Research Fellow at the Family and Youth Institute and the Alkaram Institute.

Dr. Elzamzamy’s interests include investigating the history and current practice of mental health in Arab, Muslim and migrant communities, as well as the interplay between mental health, culture, spirituality, and religiosity.