Asma Ali, PharmD., Ph.D. is a Postdoctoral Primary Care Research Fellow in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Dr. Ali is an enthusiastic researcher using observational quantitative and qualitative research methods to identify social and behavioral factors related to health outcomes in underserved communities. Dr. Ali strives through her career to help improve health outcomes, healthcare quality, and health equity. Currently, Dr. Ali leads grant-awarded research that built a partnership with community-based organizations to explore Muslim patients' behavior in type 2 diabetes management and medication use. Through this project, she is involving a racially and ethnically diverse group of community stakeholders to inform the research design. Dr. Ali aims through the use of health services research and implementation science to improve health equity and health outcomes by implementing health services that responds to underserved communities’ needs.
Dr. Ali is a 2022 AcademyHealth Diversity Scholar.