- Medical School - Universidad Central del Caribe (2004-2008)
- Fellowship - University of Texas Health Science Center School of Medicine at San Antonio (2015-2016), Epilepsy
- Fellowship - University of Texas Health Science Center School of Medicine at San Antonio (2014-2015), Neurophysiology
- Internship - Universidad Central del Caribe (2008-2009), Internal Medicine
- Residency - UT Health Science Center at Houston (2009-2012), Neurology
Sasha Alick, M.D.
- Epilepsy & Seizures
Sasha Alick, M.D., is an Assistant Professor of Neurology and Neurotherapeutics at UT Southwestern Medical Center. She specializes in the diagnosis and care of patients with epilepsy, using the latest medications and treatments to find the best options for each patient.
Dr. Alick pursued undergraduate studies at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. She went on to earn her medical degree and complete an internship in internal medicine at UCC Escuela de Medicina back home in Puerto Rico. She performed her residency in neurology at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and then received advanced training in clinical neurophysiology and in epilepsy through separate fellowships at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
She is a member of the American Academy of Neurology, Texas Neurological Society, American Epilepsy Society, and American Clinical Neurophysiology Society.
Meet Dr. Alick
Epilepsy and Seizure Specialist in DallasAs an epilepsy and seizure specialist at UT Southwestern, Sasha
Alick, M.D., helps diagnose and create treatment plans for patients with
epilepsy. She has particular expertise in helping patients with forms
of epilepsy that are difficult to treat, evaluating the effectiveness of
medications, epilepsy & pregnancy, surgical options, and
In college, Dr. Alick studied neurobiology and psychology. During her time at Cornell University, her passion for the neurosciences and behavioral science grew. It was also during that time that a personal experience with stroke eventually led her to the field of neurology and ingrained in her the importance of treating patients with serious neurological conditions.
“The more I learn about epilepsy, the more I learn about the human brain and how these conditions impact not only function, but thinking, mood, and behavior,” Dr. Alick says. “We need to go beyond managing a person’s seizure disorder because these are all connected and they greatly affect quality of life.”
She is committed to personalized patient care, making sure each of her patients know he or she is being listened to and provided with optimal treatment.
Dr. Alick speaks fluent Spanish.
- Epilepsy & Seizures