Tauqeer Ali, Ph.D.

Ali 2017636451387083013197

Professor of Research

Phone: (405) 271-3090, ext 46725
Office: The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
801 Northeast 13th Street, Room 105
Post Office Box 26901
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73126-0901
Email: Tauqeer-Ali@ouhsc.edu
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Complete List of Publications:


Most Recent 5 Publications:

  • Haring B, Omidpanah A, Suchy-Dicey AM, Best LG, Verney SP, Shibata DK, Cole SA, Ali T, Howard BV, Buchwald D, Devereux RB. Left Ventricular Mass, Brain Magnetic Resonance Imaging, and Cognitive Performance: Results From the Strong Heart Study. Hypertension. 2017 Nov; 70(5):964-971. PMID: 28893898.
  • Wang W, Zhang Y, Lee ET, Howard BV, Devereux RB, Cole SA, Best LG, Welty TK, Rhoades E, Yeh J, Ali T, Kizer JR, Kamel H, Shara N, Wiebers DO, Stoner JA. Risk Factors and Prediction of Stroke in a Population with High Prevalence of Diabetes: The Strong Heart Study. World J Cardiovasc Dis. 2017 May; 7(5):145-162. PMID: 28775914.
  • Suchy-Dicey AM, Shibata D, Best LG, Verney SP, Longstreth WT, Lee ET, Okin PM, Devereux R, O'Leary M, Ali T, Jensen PN, Muller C, Nelson LA, Rhoades E, Madhyastha T, Grabowski TJ, Beauchamp N, Umans JG, Buchwald D. Cranial Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Elderly American Indians: Design, Methods, and Implementation of the Cerebrovascular Disease and Its Consequences in American Indians Study. Neuroepidemiology. 2016; 47(2):67-75. PMID: 27603047.
  • Yeh F, Dixon AE, Best LG, Marion SM, Lee ET, Ali T, Yeh J, Rhoades ER, Howard BV, Devereux RB. Lung function and heart disease in American Indian adults with high frequency of metabolic abnormalities (from the Strong Heart Study). Am J Cardiol. 2014 Jul 15; 114(2):312-9. PMID: 24878118; PMCID: PMC4093833.
  • Zhang Y, Lee ET, Howard BV, Best LG, Umans JG, Yeh J, Wang W, Yeh F, Ali T, Devereux RB, de Simone G. Insulin resistance, incident cardiovascular diseases, and decreased kidney function among nondiabetic American Indians: the Strong Heart Study. Diabetes Care. 2013 Oct; 36(10):3195-200. PMID: 23735722; PMCID: PMC3781520.