Dr. Jalali received his MD from Florida State University College of Medicine and recently completed an Internal Medicine Residency at the University of South Florida, Morsani College of Medicine. Dr. Jalali’s clinical interests include endocrinology, specifically endocrine disorders secondary to immune checkpoint inhibitors. His research interests include quality improvement and patient safety, with a focus on outcomes from interdisciplinary rounding and on increasing the rate of early hospital discharges to improve hospital flow and efficiency.
Education & Training
- University of South Florida - Internal Medicine
- Florida State University College of Medicine - MD
- Jalali S, Jenneman D, Tandon A, Khong H. Thrombotic Microangiopathy: A Rare Breast Cancer-associated Complication Treated Successfully With Doxorubicin and Cyclophosphamide. In Vivo. 2021 May.35(3):1885-1888. Pubmedid: 33910877. Pmcid: PMC8193307.
- Wesolow JT, Jalali S, Clark LD. A Rare Case of Bullous Pemphigoid Secondary to Checkpoint Inhibitor Immunotherapy: A Tense Situation. Cureus. 2021 Jul.13(7):e16169. Pubmedid: 34367779. Pmcid: PMC8336291.
- Ayoubi N, Jalali S, Kapadia N. A Case of Allergic Bronchopulmonary Aspergillosis (ABPA) in a Patient with a History of Cocaine Use and Tuberculosis. Case Rep Med. 2019 Nov.2019:3265635. Pubmedid: 31871461. Pmcid: PMC6907060.
- Jalali S, Ramanathan GK, Parthasarathy PT, Aljubran S, Galam L, Yunus A, Garcia S, Cox RR, Lockey RF, Kolliputi N. Mir-206 regulates pulmonary artery smooth muscle cell proliferation and differentiation. PLoS One. 2013 Apr.7(10):e46808. Pubmedid: 23071643. Pmcid: PMC3468623.
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