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Arshia Ali, MD

Adjunct Associate Professor

Internal Medicine | College of Medicine

  • Residency : University of Cincinnati (Internal Medicine )
  • MD: Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science
  • BS: University of Illinois at Chicago (Biochemistry)
Board Certifications & Licenses

American Board of Internal Medicine (Certification Date: 2013-08-15) - (Recertification Date: 2019-03-09)


Internal Medicine

Contact Information
Research Interests

Continued the project started over the summer during the Department of Defense Internship.  Examined if p27Kip1 deficiency in transgenic mice promoted prostate carcinogenesis and  increased the resistance of prostate epithelial cells to retinoids.  My work was acknowledged at the end of the following two peer reviewed journal articles:  Christov K. To kill tumor cells or permanently paralyze them in senescence?. J BUON. 2009 Apr; 14(2): 189-196. Cited in PubMed; PMID: 1965016...

Clinical Interests

Internal Medicine

Peer Reviewed Publications

Taylor W, Mathias A, Ali A, Ke H, Stoynev N, Shilkaitis A, Green A, Kiyokawa H, Christov K. 10-08-2010. p27(Kip1) deficiency promotes prostate carcinogenesis but does not affect the efficacy of retinoids in suppressing the neoplastic process. BMC Cancer , 10 541,