About our Division
We are a group of physicians trained in both neurology and neurocritical care. We are dedicated to promoting recovery through compassionate state-of-the-art care for patients with severe neurological and neurosurgical conditions, while also doing what we can to improve care for patients everywhere.
Our faculty & Staff
About our lab
Our mission is to investigate the effects of self-fulfilling prophecy bias in neuroprognostication studies. We aim to improve neurocritical care through analysis of outcome prediction in cardic arrest, stroke, intracerebral hemorrhage, traumatic brain injuries and subarachnoid hemorrhage. Our hope is to improve clinical outcomes for neurologic patients.
Fellowship and Education
The training program provides opportunity for fellows to manage patients with life threatening neurological and neurosurgical critical illnesses. The fellows will rotate through our brand new neurosciences ICU. The training provides the fellows with the clinical skill set necessary to manage critically ill patients. The fellows will participate in numerous educational activities, as part of the hospital wide multidisciplinary critical care educational pool.
The Medi-Gators Virtual Shadowing Program was created by Dr. Pouya Ameli and Alyson Moriarty in the Department of Neurology, Division of Neurocritical Care at the University of Florida. Originally created to help fill the void in pre-health student opportunities resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Medi-Gators Program quickly proved to be an effective way to efficiently expose students interested in pre-health careers to the wide variety of job opportunities in and around healthcare while increasing accessibility to students from underrepresented backgrounds.