I joined the Department of Neurology as an adjunct professor in August 2015. Since 2010 I have been extensively involved in global health and international neurology. My research interests include the determinants and prevention of stroke in developing countries, the neurology of HIV/AIDS, and central nervous system tuberculosis.
I am a visiting attending physician at Mulago National Referral Hospital in Kampala, Uganda, where I spend two months every year teaching neurology to medical students, interns, and residents.
In 2012 I founded the Alliance for Stroke Awareness and Prevention Project, a student-led, volunteer initiative providing free, community-based screening and counseling for high blood pressure in Uganda, Tanzania, and India.
I am a fellow of the American Academy of Neurology, as well as chair of the academy’s International Subcommittee, a member of the Sections Subcommittee, and past and founding chair of its Global Health Section.
I graduated from the MD–PhD program at Yale School of Medicine, and I earned my MPH at the University of California, Berkeley. I completed my medical internship and neurology residency at the University of California, San Francisco.
Adjunct Professor, Department of Neurology
MPH from University of California at Berkeley
PhD from Yale University
MD from Yale University
Residency, University of California San Francisco, Neurology
European respiratory journal. 2017 Oct 19; 50(4):?-?
JAMA neurology. 2017 Apr 1; 74(4):381-382
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