MBBS (Aligarh), MRCP (UK), M Med (Int Med), FAMS
General neurology, stroke and neuroimmunology
Dr Mohammed Tauqeer Ahmad is a Neurologist. He graduated from the Aligarh Muslim University in India in 1997, and obtained his MRCP from Royal College of Physician (UK), M Med (Int Med) from NUS in 2006 as well as Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians (Edinburgh) in 2012. His other qualifications are MD (General Medicine), MRCPS (Glasgow) and FAMS (Neurology).
Prior to joining Raffles Hospital, he was a consultant in the Department of Neurology at the National Neuroscience Institute (SGH campus). He completed his basic and advanced specialist training at SGH. He was previously a Clinical Tutor at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, and currently, a adjunct assistant professor at Duke NUS. He is actively involved in both postgraduate and undergraduate medical training, as well as teaching of allied healthcare workers and the public.
Dr Ahmad is a member of numerous local committees and reviewer for several peer-reviewed journals related to neurology. His special interests are in general neurology, stroke, epilepsy and neuroimmunology.