Kazim Sheikh, MD, earned his medical degree in 1987 from King Edward Medical College in Lahore, Pakistan. He then continued his medical training in the United States, attending Nassau County Medical Center in New York for his internal medicine internship, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York for his residency in neurology, culminating in a fellowship training in peripheral nerve at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. His medical career has seen numerous achievements including the publication of his research about neurology in renowned medical journals. Hard work, he says, is key to his success. Today, the doctor practices neurology as Director of Neuromuscular Program at the University of Texas Health Science Center; he also works as Professor of Neurology at the University of Texas Medical School.
Education and Training
King Edward Medical College in Lahore
Psychiatry and Neurology
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Professor of Neurology, University of Texas Medical School -
- Neurological Institute, Columbia University; New York, New York
- Nassau County Medical Center; East Meadow, New York
- Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Peripheral Nerve
Articles and Publications
- Co-author, 'Effect of Measurement on Sex Difference in Stroke Mortality,' Stroke, 2007
- Co-author, 'Acute motor axonal neuropathy: an antibody-mediated attack on axolemma', Annals of Neurology, 1996
What do you attribute your success to?
- Hard Work
Hobbies / Sports
Favorite professional publications
- Neuroscience Journal
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