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Abid Y. Qureshi, MD

Professional Background

Abid Y. Qureshi, M.D., is an assistant professor in the Department of Neurology at the University of Kansas Medical Center.

Dr. Qureshi graduated from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine in 2008. He finished an internal medicine internship at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center followed by a residency in neurology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. From 2014-16, he completed cognitive neurology and neuroscience fellowships at Harvard University and Brigham and Women's Hospital as well as a vascular neurology fellowship at Columbia University.

Dr. Qureshi joined the faculty of the University of Kansas Medical Center in September 2017. His specialties in neurology include vascular and cognitive neurology. His clinical practice is focused on inpatient neurology and stroke. He is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

Education and Training
  • MD, Medicine, University of Missouri-Kansas City
  • Other, Internal Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA
  • Other, Neurology, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD
  • Other, Cognitive Neuroscience Research, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
  • Other, Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA
  • Other, Vascular Neurology, Columbia University, New York, NY
Licensure, Accreditations & Certifications
  • Medical License, Kansas Board of Healing Arts
  • Neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
  • Vascular Neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Professional Affiliations
  • Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Member, 2014 - Present
  • Society for Neuroscience, Member, 2013 - Present
  • American Academy of Neuroscience, Member, 2009 - Present

Research

Overview

Dr. Qureshi's research uses resting-state functional MRI (fMRI) to help better understand coma, and aid in the recovery from a comatose state. Currently he is recruiting patients for these MRI coma studies to understand its pathophysiology in large-scale brain networks.

Publications
  • Reuter, M, Tisdall, M., D, Qureshi, A, Buckner, R., L, van der Kouwe AJW, Fischl, B. 2015. Head motion during MRI acquisition reduces gray matter volume and thickness estimates.. NeuroImage, 107, 107-115
  • Tisdall, M., D, Reuter, M, Qureshi, A, Buckner, R., L, Fischl, B, van der Kouwe AJW. 2016. Prospective motion correction with volumetric navigators (vNavs) reduces the bias and variance in brain morphometry induced by subject motion.. NeuroImage, 127, 11-22
  • Martin-Brevet, S, Rodríguez-Herreros, B, Nielsen, J., A, Moreau, C, Modenato, C, Maillard, A., M, Pain, A, Richetin, S, Jønch, A., E, Qureshi, A., Y, Zürcher, N., R, Conus, P, Chung, W., K, Sherr, E., H, Spiro, J., E, Kherif, F, Beckmann, J., S, Hadjikhani, N, Reymond, A, Buckner, R., L, Draganski, B, Jacquemont, S. 2018. Quantifying the Effects of 16p11.2 Copy Number Variants on Brain Structure: A Multisite Genetic-First Study.. Biological psychiatry, 84 (4), 253-264
  • Adhikari, Srijan., ., Moore, Justin., ., Qureshi, Abid., Y. 2020. Reliability of CT perfusion in the posterior circulation in comparison to the anterior circulation. Stroke, 51
  • Cereda, Carlo., W, Heit, Jeremy., ., Bianco, Giovanni., ., Pileggi, Marco., ., Qureshi, Abid., Y, Hinduja, Archana., ., Grigoryan, Mikayel., ., Bingham, Elijah., G, Mlynash, Michael., ., Albers, Gregory., W. 2020. Perfusion imaging can identify basilar occlusion in patients with a favorable response to thrombectomy. Stroke, 51
  • Cereda, Carlo., W, Heit, Jeremy., ., Qureshi, Abid., Y, Hinduja, Archana., ., Grigoryan, Mikayel., ., Blanco, Giovanni., ., Pileggi, Marco., ., Bingham, Elijah ., G, Mlynash, Michael., ., Albers, Gregory., W. 2020. Localization of large vessel occlusion (LVO) stroke in the posterior circulation based on perfusion imaging. Stoke, 51
  • Manchanda, Monika., ., Moore, Justin., ., Leever, John., ., Ledbetter, Luke., ., Slavin, Sabreena., ., Abraham, Michael., G, Gronseth, Gary., S, Qureshi, Abid., Y. 2020. The predictive ability of aspects vs CT perfusion for large-vessel occlusions less than 6 hours. Stroke, 51
  • Manchanda, Monika., ., Moore, Justin., ., Leever, John., ., Ledbetter, Luke., ., Slavin, Sabreena., ., Abraham, Michael., G, Gronseth, Gary., S, Qureshi, Abid., Y. 2020. The predictive ability of aspects vs CT perfusion for large-vessel occlusions less than 6 hours. Stroke, 51
  • Bueichekú, E, Aznárez-Sanado, M, Diez, I, d'Oleire Uquillas, F, Ortiz-Terán, L, Qureshi, A., Y, Suñol, M, Basaia, S, Ortiz-Terán, E, Pastor, M., A, Sepulcre, J. 2020. Central neurogenetic signatures of the visuomotor integration system.. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
  • Qureshi, Abid., Y. 2020. Topographic shifts in functional connectivity and reduced lateralization in 16p11.2 deletion carriers