Vishal B. Jani, MD
Vishal B. Jani, MD

Vishal B. Jani, MD

Assistant Professor
School of Medicine

Academic Appointments

Department

  • Neurology

Position

  • Assistant Professor

Biography

Dr. Vishal Jani is an Assistant Professor of Neurology in Stroke, Department of Neurology at Creighton University School of Medicine.
 
Dr. Vishal Jani graduated from one of the largest medical school in Asia, B. J. Medical College, and pursued his postgraduate training at Michigan State University Lansing as a neurology resident where he also served as a chief resident in the Department of Neurology.  His sustained research interest in endovascular treatment of neurological diseases allowed him to subsequently finish a Vascular Neurology and NeuroInterventional Neurology Fellowship under the mentorship of eminent national leaders in the Division of Neurosurgery at Michigan State University and the Division of NeuroInterventional Surgical Radiology at Medical College of Wisconsin. 
 
Dr. Vishal Jani received several awards and honors as an active junior faculty committee member in Society of Vascular and Interventional Neurology and Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery and many other national and international professional organizations.  He is actively involved in research as well published in peer-reviewed journals.  His current area of research interest includes endovascular stroke and cerebral aneurysm treatment and strategic planning for optimizing delivery of state of the art care.

Publications and Presentations

Articles

  • Patel, AA., Jani, VB., et al. "A Nationwide Analysis of Outcomes of Weekend Admissions in Intracerebral Hemorrhage Shows Disparities Based on Hospital Teaching Status." PMID: 27053981, The Neurohospitalist, 6(2), 51-58, 2016
  • Patel, AA., Jani, VB., et al. "A National Perspective of Do Not Resuscitate Order Utilization Predictors in Intracerebral Hemorrhage." , The Neurohospitalist, 6(1), 7-10, 2016
  • Hassan, AE., Chaudhry, SA., Jani, VB., Grigoryan, M., Khan, AA., Adil, MM., and Qureshi, Al. "Is There a Decreased Risk of Intracerebral Hemorrhage and Mortality in Obese Patients Treated with Intraveneous Thrombolysis in Acute Ischemic Stroke?" PMID: 23453555, J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis., 22(4), 545-549, 2013