Tarek Ali, MBBS

Office Address

Department of Neurology 
University of Kentucky Medical Center
KY Clinic, J-401
Lexington, KY 40536-0284

Personal Statement

Tarek’s educational background spans a number of countries, including Jamaica, the United States, Canada and Australia. He is a graduate of the Sydney Medical Program at the University of Sydney in Australia. During his time there, he developed an academic interest in medical education and in particular, neurological education. He is concurrently completing his master degree of Health Professions Education at the University of Ottawa, Canada. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, good food and meeting new people.

Graduate Studies

2016, MEd, Master of Education: Concentration in Health Professions Education, University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Medical School

2014, MBBS, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia

Residency

2016 to present, Neurology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

Fellowship Plans

Undecided

Clinical and Research Interests

Medical Education

Medical Licensure

Kentucky Medical License

Certifications

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS)

CITI Human Subject Research Certification

NIH Stroke Scale Certification

Hospital Privileges

University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center

Professional Memberships

American Academy of Neurology

Publications and Abstracts

Book Chapters
Ali, T. E., (2016). Tackling Neurophobia: A Cognitive Flexibility-Based Approach to Promote Transfer of Learning in Medical Students. In The EDU5287 Group (2016). Emergent technologies and learning: Interdisciplinary perspectives on theory and practice (Chapter 15). Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa. Retrieved from Lulu.com.

Papers
Epilepsy Awareness in a Jamaican Community: driven to change! Amza Ali, Tarek Ali, Kyla Kerr, Susanna Bortolusso Ali. 2011 Epilepsy and Behaviour. 22(4):773-777

Posters
Poster presentation at the First North American Regional Congress on Epilepsy, Philadelphia PA (December 2007). 

Epilepsy: Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices in a suburban Jamaican community. A.Ali, T. Ali, S. Bortolusso-Ali, Epilepsia 0 Suppl. 0 (Abst. 2.292), 2007. http://www.aesnet.org/go/publications/aes-abstracts/abstract- search/?mode=display&st=A.Ali&sy=2007&sb=All&startrow=1&id=7741Results: 

Poster presentation at the American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. (December 2006).

Video-EEG Long-Term Monitoring in Jamaica: The First 60 Patients Evaluated. Tarek E. Ali and Amza M. Ali. Epilepsia 0 Suppl. 0 (Abst. 1.253 ), 2006 http://www.aesnet.org/go/publications/aes-abstracts/abstract-search/mode=display&st=Tarek%20E.%20Ali&sy=2006&sb=All&startrow=1&id=6387 

 

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