From Pharmacy to Neurology, the Art of Headache Medicine, and the Importance of Mentorship: A Chat with Shivang Joshi

Migraine Science Collaborative, 27 July 2022

Shivang Joshi, MD, MPH, RPh, FAHS, is a neurologist with clinical interests in trigeminal autonomic cephalgias such as cluster headache and migraine with aura in women. After initially receiving his pharmacy degree and license at St. John’s University College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions in New York City, he completed an MD and master’s degree in public health at St. George’s University School of Medicine, Grenada, West Indies. He completed his neurology residency at the Beth Israel Medical Center, New York City, US, before joining the John R. Graham Headache Center at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, US, for a fellowship in headache medicine.

Joshi recently spoke with Lincoln Tracy, a research fellow and freelance writer from Melbourne, Australia, about his path from pharmacology to neurology, the art of headache medicine, his passion for educating and mentoring the next generation of neurologists and headache specialists, and much more. Read more on Linkedin