Medical Writing and Communications

Naheed Ali is a physician by education and a writer by choice since 2005. He earned an MD degree in 2008 and later completed Harvard Medical School’s lifestyle medicine training in 2012, before obtaining a PhD in holistic health elsewhere in 2013. He brings more than 15 years of experience working in a remote environment and has more than 15 years of health-related publications to his credit. 

He taught at colleges in the US where he lectured on various biomedical topics and delivered over 2000 hours of live presentations. He is the author of numerous health titles from major publishers and his medical books have sold more than 20,000 hardcover copies worldwide.

Now a digital nomad, he’s a freelance health and wellness writer for hire. In his spare time, he enjoys fishing, traveling, and investing in real estate.


  • College of Natural Health – Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) – 2013
  • Harvard University School of Medicine – Certification, Lifestyle Medicine + Nutrition – 2012
  • National Institutes of Health (NIH) – Training in Clinical Research – 2009
  • Xavier University School of Medicine – Doctor of Medicine (MD) – 2008
  • Adelphi University – Bachelor of Science (BSc) – 2005



Healthcare Propulsion

  • Freelance writer of, books, articles, grant proposals, letters, reports, social media posts, emails, ebooks, and guest posts….

Various Universities

  • Adjunct professor
  • WebCT, iCampus, and Citrix

De Gryter

  • Data scientist for international scale research project
  • Assessed demographics for R+D



  • He was published as a sole author of a research journal article while still a junior in college: Roles Of Proteins And Omega-3/Omega-6 Fatty Acids In Cardiovascular Nutrition. At the time, he was the only person in the United States to accomplish such a feat.
  • He previously published 100+ articles for NY Times Company’s (Now
  • He provided 2000+ hours of live PowerPoint presentations during his tenure as an adjunct clinical faculty member at various U.S. universities.