- Medical School - Harvard Medical School (2010-2015)
- Internship - Brigham and Women's Hospital (2015-2016), Internal Medicine
- Residency - Massachusetts General Hospital & Brigham and Women's Hospital (2016-2019), Neurology
- Fellowship - Massachusetts General Hospital & Brigham and Women's Hospital (2019-2020), Neuromuscular Disease
Salman Bhai, M.D.
Director of the Neuromuscular Center at the Institute of Exercise and Environmental Medicine
- Neuromuscular Disorders
Salman Bhai, M.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurology at UT Southwestern Medical Center and the Director of the Neuromuscular Center in the Institute of Exercise and Environmental Medicine at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. He specializes in neuromuscular disorders, particularly muscle disorders.
Dr. Bhai earned his medical degree at Harvard University. He completed a residency in neurology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital, where he also received advanced training through a fellowship in neuromuscular medicine and earned a medical education certificate.
Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, he joined the UT Southwestern faculty in 2021. He is a member of the American Academy of Neurology, the American Academy of Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine, the Dallas County Medical Society, and the Texas Neurological Society.
Dr. Bhai’s clinical interests include the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of neuromuscular disorders. He focuses on patients with inflammatory and metabolic myopathies as well as those with immune checkpoint inhibitor complications.
Dr. Bhai’s research focuses on understanding how muscles communicate with other organ systems, particularly when muscle is inflamed, such as in myositis. The goal of his research is to better understand, diagnose, and treat patients with myositis through exercise and muscle physiology studies as well as through clinical trials. Among other work, he serves as the Principal Investigator for four clinical trials related to inflammatory and metabolic myopathies.
- American Academy of Neurology
- American Academy of Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine
- Dallas County Medical Society
- Texas Neurological Society
- Wilderness Medicine Society Medical Student Research Grant 2015, Harvard Medical School
- Bertarelli Fellowship for Computation Neuroscience Research 2014, Harvard Medical School and École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne
- Harvard Scholars in Medicine Basic Neuroscience Research Fellowship 2013, Harvard Medical School
- The Harvard Scholars in Medicine International Research Fellowship 2011, Harvard Medical School
“Neurology Summary” in The Brigham Intensive Review of Internal Medicine, by Ajay Singh and Joseph Loscalzo, 4th ed.
Bhai, S, Berry, J, Singhal, A, Elsevier
"Peripheral Neuropathy" in Pocket Neurology, by Michael Bowley, 3rd ed.
Bhai, S, William D., Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
- “Neurology Summary” in The Brigham Intensive Review of Internal Medicine, by Ajay Singh and Joseph Loscalzo, 4th ed.
A Qualitative Examination of COVID-19's Impacts on Physical Activity and Perceptions of Remote Delivery Interventions.
Brannon GE, Mitchell S, Ray MA, Bhai S, Beg MS, Basen-Engquist KM, Liao Y, American journal of health promotion : AJHP 2021 Nov 8901171211053845
Racial Disparities in Skin Tone Representation of Dermatomyositis Rashes: A Systematic Review.
Babool S, Bhai SF, Sanderson C, Salter A, Christopher-Stine L, Rheumatology (Oxford, England) 2021 Oct
Myelopathy: A Clinical Approach.
Bhai S, Bhattacharyya S, Seminars in neurology 2021 Jun 41 3 221-226
Neuromuscular Notes: Diagnosing Metabolic Myopathies
Salman Bhai Practical Neurology 2021
Prospective Double-Blinded Randomized Field-Based Clinical Trial of Metoclopramide and Ibuprofen for the Treatment of High Altitude Headache and Acute Mountain Sickness.
Irons HR, Salas RN, Bhai SF, Gregorie WD, Harris NS, Wilderness & environmental medicine 2020 Mar 31 1 38-43
Mystery Case: A 64-year-old woman with subacute encephalopathy.
Bhai S, Biffi A, Bakhadirov K, Prasad S, Neurology 2015 Aug 85 8 e64-5
Neurosyphilis Update: Atypical is the New Typical.
Bhai S, Lyons JL, Current infectious disease reports 2015 May 17 5 481
Alternating ictal and postictal nystagmus.
Bhai S, Malik AN, Bakhadirov K, Prasad S, Neurology. Clinical practice 2014 Dec 4 6 522-523
Complete anterograde amnesia from simultaneous bilateral hippocampal infarction.
Bhai S, Biffi A, Bakhadirov K, Prasad S, The Neurohospitalist 2014 Jul 4 3 165-6
Shunt survival after failed endoscopic treatment of hydrocephalus.
Warf BC, Bhai S, Kulkarni AV, Mugamba J, Journal of neurosurgery. Pediatrics 2012 Dec 10 6 463-70
Programming and reprogramming neuronal subtypes in the central nervous system.
Rouaux C, Bhai S, Arlotta P, Developmental neurobiology 2012 Jul 72 7 1085-98
Costs and benefits of neurosurgical intervention for infant hydrocephalus in sub-Saharan Africa.
Warf BC, Alkire BC, Bhai S, Hughes C, Schiff SJ, Vincent JR, Meara JG, Journal of neurosurgery. Pediatrics 2011 Nov 8 5 509-21
The death domain-containing kinase RIP1 regulates p27(Kip1) levels through the PI3K-Akt-forkhead pathway.
Park S, Ramnarain DB, Hatanpaa KJ, Mickey BE, Saha D, Paulmurugan R, Madden CJ, Wright PS, Bhai S, Ali MA, Puttaparthi K, Hu W, Elliott JL, Stuve O, Habib AA EMBO reports 2008 Aug 9 8 766-73
- A Qualitative Examination of COVID-19's Impacts on Physical Activity and Perceptions of Remote Delivery Interventions.
- Inflammatory myopathies (myositis)
- Exercise physiology
- Metabolic myopathies
- Checkpoint inhibitor complications
- Neuromuscular Disorders
- Exercise intolerance
- Muscle biopsy
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