Dr. Ghani’s health services research primarily focuses on cost, quality, and access issues within urologic care, more specifically the assessment of practice patterns, trends, and outcomes for kidney stone disease as well as advanced robotic surgery. He also focuses on surgical quality improvement, and co-directs the Michigan Urological Surgery Improvement Collaborative (MUSIC).
- M.B.Ch.B., Medicine, University of Leeds
- M.S., Surgery, University of London
- B.Sc., Psychology, University of Leeds