Dr. Khalil has extensive experience in the teaching of anatomy. He taught human anatomy, comparative anatomy, and microanatomy to undergraduate, graduate and professional students. He has accumulated many years of experience in educational technology and medical education research. He has developed innovative instructional methods and training techniques, including curriculum design principles, learning theory, as well as group and individual teaching techniques. In addition, Dr. Khalil has developed the skills to analyze, design, develop, implement and evaluate instructional materials, as well as the skills to validate instructional programs.

Dr. Khalil’s research interest is in the area of learning and instructional technology; he seeks to advance medical education with innovative learning strategies. His research plan is to conduct applied research on technology integration in medical education, thus developing effective pedagogy that promotes student-centered learning as well as life-long learning.