Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Cardiovascular Medicine

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Professional Bio

Dr. Arham did his Internal Medicine residency, Cardiovascular Disease and Interventional Cardiology fellowships at the West Virginia University School of Medicine. He then joined the West Virginia University Heart and Vascular Institute as Assistant Professor of Medicine between 2016 till 2020. While there, he established a busy clinical practice at the Fairmont Regional Medical Center and was also sharing STEMI call and performing elective interventions at a community hospital, United Hospital Center, Bridgeport, WV. At this latter facility, Dr. Arham played a pivotal role in expanding the spectrum of interventions being performed, by introducing a number of firsts; radial PCI, same-day-discharges for uncomplicated PCI, and radial PCI for STEMI cases, which resulted in improved patient outcomes and satisfaction. Dr. Arham has since completed an advanced fellowship in Peripheral Vascular Interventions at Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT in 2021.
He has been engaged in clinical research throughout his training years, and is well published in peer-reviewed journals. His research interests include atherosclerosis, coronary artery disease (CAD), peripheral artery disease (PAD), critical limb ischemia (CLI), and working with large databases.


MBBS - The Aga Khan University Medical College - 2006
Residency - Internal Medicine - West Virginia University School of Medicine - 2011
Fellowship - Peripheral Vascular Interventions - Yale School of Medicine - 2021
Fellowship - Interventional Cardiology - West Virginia University School of Medicine - 2015
Fellowship - Cardiovascular Medicine - West Virginia University School of Medicine - 2014