Research & Publications
Dr. Halim is a fellowship-trained hand surgeon. She specializes in pathology of the hand, wrist, and forearm. She is an Assistant Professor with the Orthopaedic Department of Yale University, where she treats patients for hand and wrist trauma, arthritis, nerve injury, and tendon pathology, and pursues her interests in teaching and research.
She obtained a degree in biology from Yale University, before going on to medical school at the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California. She returned to Yale for her Orthopaedic residency training, where she got involved in research including scaphoid nonunions and infections of the upper extremity. She then pursued further training at Brown University, where she worked with world-renowned upper extremity surgeons during her fellowship year.
She is honored to have joined the faculty of Yale Orthopaedics in the role of assistant Professor, and plans to pursue her research interests in the field of upper extremity surgery.
Education & Training
- MDKeck School of Medicine of the Univ of So Calif (2010)
- BAYale University, Biology (2006)
- FellowBrown University
- ResidentYale-New Haven Hospital
- Board CertificationAB of Orthopaedic Surgery, Orthopaedic Surgery (2018)
- Patient careNew Haven, United States 2016