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Imran I. Ali, MD, FAAN

Posted on January 3rd, 2017 by Cathy Szmurlo

Dr. Ali is a Professor of Neurology at University of Toledo, College of Medicine and is currently the Clair Martig Endowed Chair of Neurology. He recently served as Vice Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education prior to taking on his role as the Chair. He was appointed in July 2017 as the Inaugural Chair of the newly formed Department of Medical Education at UT COM and served in that role until his most recent appointment. As an ABPN Director, Dr. Ali serves on the Neurology Council and is Chair of the Clinical Neurophysiology Continuing Certification Article Assessment, the Clinical Neurophysiology Steering, and the Neuromuscular Medicine Steering Committees. He is Vice Chair of the Epilepsy Steering and Epilepsy Certification and Continuing Certification Examination Committees. He is an alternate for the Committee to Review Appeals-Neurology. In addition, Dr. Ali serves on the Finance, Investment, Core Competencies, Disability Accommodations, Research and Development, Faculty Innovation in Education Award and Continuing Certification Committees and on the Task Force on Pool Question Reclassification – Neurology/Child Neurology. He is also the liaison to the AES. Dr. Ali did his residency at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was also the Chief Resident his senior year. He also did a two-year Clinical Neurophysiology and Epilepsy Fellowship at UNC. Dr. Ali is Board Certified in Neurology, Epilepsy and Clinical Neurophysiology through the ABPN. He has served on various committees of the AAN, ACNS and AES. He has also been a member of the Neurology Residency Review Committee of the ACGME. Dr. Ali has been recognized as an outstanding teacher and has been the recipient of many teaching awards including the Deans Award for Teaching Excellence. Dr. Ali is listed in the Best Doctors of America; he also received the Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award twice and was also inducted into the AOA Honor Medical Society.