My interest in neurology began in childhood after seeing how some of the neurologic conditions like ALS and MS affected people close to me. I completed my Neurology residency at West Virginia University, where I also had the opportunity to serve as the Chief Resident. During the Neurology Residency, I became more interested in Neurophysiology and this led me to Columbia University, where I completed a fellowship in electromyography and neuromuscular diseases. I joined Kaiser Permanente in 2008 and serve as the director of our stroke program, and I also participate in teaching the Boston University medical students in our department.
- Kaiser Permanente San Jose Medical Center
- Tehran University of Medical Sciences, MD
- Published on 3/1/2009
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