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Asif Ali, MD

Asif Ali, MD

Dr. Asif Ali, MD is a Clinical Associate Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine at The University of Texas Medical School at Houston, and a partner at Houston Cardiology Consultants. A native Houstonian, Dr. Ali received his BS in Biology from Trinity University in San Antonio and completed his MD at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. He went on to complete his Residency in Internal Medicine and a Fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine and advanced cardiovascular imaging before joining private practice. Dr Ali holds several administrative duties, including Chief Medical Officer, Chief of Education, and Chief of Cardiology in Houston area hospitals. He was elected as a member of the Health Technology Advisory Group of the American Heart Association (AHA) and is a member of the AI committee and Cardiovascular Metabolic Renal committee and business lead for the AHA health technology and innovation.

He has authored books with McGraw Hill International, and articles with UpToDate, and published numerous papers on cardiovascular diseases. His expertise has been featured on the Dr. Oz Show, Channel 8: Bill of Health, Local Channel 2 News, FOX News, Channel 26, and on AM radio medical talk shows. Beyond his academic achievements, Dr. Ali is also seasoned in the Med tech space having advised a multitude of national startup companies. He sits on the board of the Texas Collaboration Center, the HITs committee for the Harris County Medical center, an alternate delegate for the Texas Medical Association and an advisor to the American Heart Association Center for Health Technology and Innovation. Dr. Ali enjoys spending time with his wife and three children ranching and traveling to explore the outdoors.

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