Dr. Alok Dabi, was born and raised in India, where he completed his medical school. He was selected to the India's premier medical institute, All India Institute of Medical Sciences and completed his residency in Internal Medicine. After that, he had a short stay in the United Kingdom where he practiced General Medicine, before reaching the United States.
After completing the Neurology residency, subspecializing in the field of Neurocritical Care, he joined the University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston, Texas as an Assistant Professor to form a part of the vibrant and young faculty in the Department of Neurology. Since his recruitment to help with the establishment and growth of the nascent Neurocritical Care Unit, the program has seen consistent development under the able guidance of Dr. Anish Bhardwaj, the Head and the Chair of the department and one of the nation's leading Neurocritical Care specialist.
Dr. Dabi is actively involved with teaching activities involving the Neurocritical Care Unit (NCCU) staff and an active member of various institutional committees, including the Organ Donation Committee, Anticoagulation Committee and Multidisciplinary Critical Care Committee. He has been an invited speaker on different critical care topics including Targeted Temperature Management, Aphasia and Language disorders etc. Dr. Dabi and his family enjoy staying in Texas and are happy to be a part of the development of the Greater Houston area, and are keen to make their contribution in its growth.
Medical School: SMS Medical College Jaipur - Rajasthan, India, MD, 1999
Internal Medicine, Prince George's Hospital Center - Cheverly, MD, 2009
Internal Medicine, All India Institute of Medical Sciences - New Delhi, India, 2003
Internal Medicine, Weston General Hospital Weston - Super - Mare, United Kingdom, 2008
Neurology, Howard University Hospital - Washington, DC, 2012
Neurocritical Care, Froedtert Memorial Hospital Medical College of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, WI, 2014
Education Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates, United States Medical License
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Neurology
United Council for Neurological Subspecialties, Neurocritical Care