I received my medical degree from Iran University of Medical Sciences. During my training, I became interested in neuroscience and participated in several projects. After I received my medical diploma, I did Neuro genetic  fellowship at University of Toronto. I have done also research in genetic of Movement disorders at Yale University as well as Clinical neurophysiology fellowship  at Case Western Reserve University. After  completing my neurology residency at University of Texas Medical Branch,I completed Neurophysiology/epilepsy Fellowship at UT Houston.   

I am currently a board-certified practicing neurologist at the University of New Mexico focused in taking care of patients with emergency neurological conditions that need hospitalization and inpatient care. 
I have been an Assistant Professor in Department of Neurology since July 2018. As a Clinical Instructor, I have special interest in providing focused training and education in a variety of neurological disorders to medical students and residents. I have been recognized for my efforts in teaching and has received several awards from trainees for my commitments in medical education.
I am also leader of ECHO neurology program to educate and provide additional training in clinical neurology to primary care providers in our underserved community in taking care of basic neurological condition in their own medical setting. 
My goal is to pursue a career as an inpatient neurologist to deliver best care to the patients with emergency neurological condition in the community and ultimately reduce the morbidity and mortality from these treatable diseases.