AttiAssistant Professor
Assistant Director, Office of Medical Toxicology
Course Director, Medical Toxicology Course
Associate Medical Director, Alabama Poison Information Center, Children’s of Alabama
Associate Director, Comprehensive Snakebite Program

Research and Clinical Interests
Residency medical education, addiction medicine, disaster medicine, chemical security, CBRN


Dr. Sukhi Atti is an Assistant Professor and practices Emergency Medicine and Medical Toxicology. After finishing medical school at St. George’s University, she pursued residency (Emergency Medicine) at Beth Israel Medical Center, then a fellowship (Disaster Medicine) at Beth Israel Deaconess and a second fellowship (Medical Toxicology) at Emory University. She moved to UAB in the summer of 2020 to work with the emergency medicine residency and medical toxicology programs. She currently is a staff toxicologist with the Alabama Poison Information Center and the course director for Medical Toxicology for UAB emergency medicine residents and medical students.


Medical School
St. George's University School of Medicine

Newark Beth Israel Medical Center - Emergency Medicine

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Disaster Medicine

Emory University and Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry - Medical Toxicology