Dr. Mian is an Associate Professor in Pediatric Hematology-Oncology. He completed medical school from Pakistan, Pediatric residency training at Beth Israel Medical Center (NY), and served as Chief Resident. He then completed Pediatric Hematology-Oncology fellowship training at Cincinnati Children's Hospital, followed by an additional year training in bone marrow transplantation. During the fellowship, he received MS (clinical epidemiology) from the University of Cincinnati.

Dr. Mian's clinical interests include hematologic malignancies, transplantation, and clinical outcomes. He has been selected multiple times among Best Doctors in America. Dr. Mian's research interest focuses on exploring bio-markers predictive of clinical outcomes and advancing supportive care with an emphasis on sepsis and fever-neutropenia.

He has received several intramural and extramural grants and has multiple publications. He has also championed quality improvement projects including strategies to decrease Central Line Blood Stream Infections (CLABSI) among cancer patients. He was recently recognized as finalists among "Health Care Innovation Heroes" 2015, by Arkansas Business. He has received MBA-Health Care from UALR and has been actively involved in health care systems. He is member, Board of Directors for Arkansas Children's Care Network (ACCN) and also interim Medical Director for Bone Marrow Transplant Program at Arkansas Children's Hospital.
Dr. Mian's translational research interest includes exploring cytokines and proteins to predict clinical outcomes for patients receiving chemotherapy. He focuses on the discovery and application of novel cytokine-based biomarkers as predictors of outcomes. In 2008, Dr. Mian received a CUMG grant to study a risk-stratified predictive model based on mediators of inflammation. Most recently, Dr. Mian was named "Hyundai Scholar" 2011-2012 and received "Hope on Wheels" grant to study the correlation of various proteins with clinical outcome during fever neutropenia.  

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