Dr. Juzar Ali
Dr. Juzar Ali, Professor of Medicine at LSU, is an academic clinician, clinical educator and researcher in the section of Pulmonary Critical Care at LSU Health Sciences Center (LSUHSC), New Orleans and has also worked in health and hospital administration throughout his tenure with practice experience in Pakistan, India, Kenya, Unites States and Turkey. He has worked nationally and internationally in the field of tuberculosis and has developed programs that contribute to the education of medical students, trainees, allied health professionals, and the community. His clinical, academic, and research interests include the diagnosis and management of tuberculous and non-tuberculous mycobacterial disease and related co-morbidities in pulmonary medicine. He will be presenting his work on Day 3 of ICON 2022 at the Infectious Diseases Session. He will be covering the topic “Non-Tuberculous Mycobacterial Pulmonary Disease: Past, Present, and Future insights.” In addition, he has participated in various multicenter studies and trials of tuberculosis and Non-TB Mycobacteria and has co-authored a textbook, Pulmonary Pathophysiology, a symptom-based clinical and pathophysiologic review of lung diseases. Dr. Ali is a recipient of numerous teaching awards at LSUHSC over the last two decades. He has been consistently recognized as a member of the Best Doctors in America, and is a Fulbright Scholar Teaching Grant and Alumni award and Fulbright Senior Scholar Award twice with academic tenures in Turkey and India.