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Ayham Alkhachroum MD

Ayham Alkhachroum MD

Assistant Professor of Neurology, Division of Neurocritical Care, University of Miami and Jackson Memorial Health System, Miami, Florida

Dr. Ayham Alkhachroum is an Assistant Professor of Neurology at University of Miami. After completing his training in Neurology and in Clinical Neurophysiology at Case Western Reserve University, Dr. Alkhachroum completed his training in Neurocritical Care at New York-Presbyterian hospitals of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and Cornell University in 2019. He earned his leadership in medical education at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Alkhachroum is board certified in Neurology, Neurocritical Care, Neurophysiology and Critical Care Electroencephalogram. He has published multiple articles, book chapters and reviews in leading journals in the field. Dr. Alkhachroum’s research focus is the use of EEG and multimodality monitoring to measure brain function and predict neurological recovery in acute brain injury patients using novel machine learning techniques. In addition, his research includes the diagnosis and management of patients with status epilepticus. He was awarded the career development award KL2 by the Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) to study the electrophysiology of consciousness in traumatic brain injury patients. Dr. Alkhachroum is the site PI for the NIH/NINDS study to investigate recovery of consciousness in intracerebral hemorrhage patients.


Dr. Ayham Alkhachroum is supported by an institutional KL2 Career Development Award from the Miami CTSI NCATS UL1TR002736 to study recovery of consciousness after traumatic brain injury. He is also the site PI for the RECONFIG study NIH R01 NS106014.