Neurology

The Department of Neurology

The Department of Neurology has experienced faculty with varied research interests. It offers research facilities in the areas of diagnosis and management of various acute and chronic neurological disorders. This is backed by well-developed electro diagnostic laboratory with facilities for EEG, electroneuromyography, evoked potentials; long term video EEG, transcranial magnetic stimulation, sleep laboratory, motor physiology laboratory, magnetoencephalography and Doppler ultra-sonography. The department runs various specialty clinics for catering the varying needs of patients, which includes Neuromuscular clinic, Refractory Epilepsy clinic, Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders clinic, Headache clinic, Stroke clinic, Multiple Sclerosis and Neuromyelitis Optica clinic, Wilson’s disease clinic, Pediatric Neurology clinic and Cognitive disorders clinic. Enjoy mr cashman slot machine tips. A sub-specialty block providing services for six-different sub-specialties: movement disorders, neuromuscular disorders, epilepsy, pediatric neurology, stroke, and cognitive neurology will be initiated soon. The department also has specialized stroke unit, neuro critical care unit and exclusive neuro infection ward. Courses Offered:
  • Ph.D. in Neurology:   Only External Fellowships
Duration: 3-5 Years Minimum Qualification for Admission: M.Tech with experience in Neuroscience Research; M.Sc. in Lifesciences; MBBS; BDS; MD
  • DM in Neurology:  
Total 20 Seats– 4 Seats for Post MBBS and 16 Seats for Post MD/DNB – within this 01 seat is for sponsored candidate.        July 2019 Session*: Post MBBS -04, Post MD- 06 seats        January 2020 Session: Post MD- 10 seats
PDF July 2019 Jan 2020
Epilepsy 01 (1) 01
Movement Disorders 01 (1) 01
Neuromuscular Disorders 01 (1) 01
Cognitive Neurosciences 01 (1)
Stroke 01
Pediatric Neurology 01
        * If any seat is not filled in any session, that seat will be carried forward for next session         (_) denotes sponsored candidates        **If sponsored candidates are not available, it will go to the general pool Duration: 6 years for post MBBS candidates (Junior Resident for 3 Years and Senior Resident for 3 Years);  3 years for post MD/DNB candidates (Senior Resident for 3 Years) Final DM examination will be held at the end of 5 years for Post MBBS course and at the end of 3 years for Post MD/DNB course.  The students of Post MBBS course will be eligible for award of DM certificate only after completion of 3 years of Senior Residency Minimum Qualification for Admission for DM Neurology: Post MD course: MD/DNB in Internal (General) Medicine / Pediatrics Post MBBS course: MBBS degree from an MCI recognized college in India
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship in Epilepsy:   03 Seats (01 seat for sponsored)
Duration: 1 Year Minimum Qualification for Admission: DM / DNB in Neurology
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship in Movement Disorders:  03 Seats (01 seat for sponsored)
Duration: 1 Year             Minimum Qualification for Admission: DM / DNB in Neurology
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship in Neuromuscular Disorder:   03 Seats (01 seat for Sponsored)
Duration: 1 Year Minimum Qualification for Admission: DM / DNB in Neurology
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship in Stroke :   01 Seat
Duration: 1 Year Minimum Qualification for Admission: DM / DNB in Neurology
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship in Pediatric Neurology :  01 Seat
Duration: 1 Year Minimum Qualification for Admission: DM / DNB in Neurology; DM in Pediatric Neurology
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship in Cognitive Neurosciences:   02 Seats (01 seat for Sponsored)
Duration: 1 Year Minimum Qualification for Admission: DM / DNB in Neurology *If there are no takers for PDF in a given specialty, then maximum of 01 seat shall be allowed to go to the other specialty.
  • Diploma Course in Clinical Neurophysiology Technology:  06 Seats (02 seats for sponsored candidates)
Duration: 2 Years Minimum Qualification for Admission: B.Sc. with Physics/Electronics/Computer Sciences with minimum II Class in the qualifying examination; Diploma in Electronics/Electrical/Instrumentation/Computer (approved by Board of Technical Education); 3 year’s experience as EEG Technician after PUC. Academic Faculty and their Research Interests:
  • Dr. M. Veerendra Kumar, Professor
Neurocysticercosis; Clinical Electrophysiology; Advanced EMG
  • Dr. S. R. Chandra, Professor
Cognitive and Behavioural Sciences; Dementia
  • Dr. A. Nalini, Professor
Motor Neuron Disease; Neuromuscular Disorders
  • Dr. Pramod Kumar Pal, Professor and Head of Neurology
 Parkinson’s Disease and other Movement Disorders; Ataxias Psychogenic Movement Disorders; Human Motor Physiology including Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation; Genetics and Neuroimaging of Extrapyramidal Disorders
  • Dr. Sanjib Sinha, Professor
Epilepsy; Sleep; Electroencephalography; Wilson’s Disease; Magneto-encephalography
  • Dr. Suvarna Alladi, Professor
Cognitive Neurology with reference to Alzheimer’s Disease; Frontotemporal Dementia and Vascular Cognitive Impairment; Protective and Risk Factors for Cognitive Decline in Aging
  • Dr. P. S. Bindu, Professor
Pediatric Neurology; Mitochondrial Disorders; Neurometabolic and Neurogenetic Disorders; Leukoencephalopathies
  • Dr. P. S. Mathuranath, Professor  
Cognitive Neurosciences
  • Dr. Girish Baburao Kulkarni, Professor  
Stroke; Headache; Neuroepidemiology.
  • Dr. Ravi Yadav, Additional Professor
Parkinsonism and Related Disorders; Headache; Neurocritical Care
  • Dr. Netravathi M., Additional Professor
CNS Demyelinating disorders (Multiple sclerosis, Neuromyelitis Optica, Secondary demyelinating disorders); Autoimmune encephalitis; Neuroinfections; Adrenoleukodystrophy; Pediatric movement Disorders
  • Dr. Madhu N., Additional Professor
Inherited and Acquired Neuropathies; Mitochondrial Disorders; Neurogenetics; Immune Mediated Neurological Diseases viz. Guillain-Barre Syndrome and Myasthenia Gravis; Sleep; Clinical Electrophysiology
  • Dr. Srijithesh P R, AdditionalcProfessor
      Stroke; Headache; Sleep; Evidence Based Medicine and Medical Epidemiology
  • Dr.  Subasree R, Associate Professor
Cognitive Neurology; Brain Computer Interfaces; Stroke including CVT; Peripheral Neuropathy (Guillain Barre and immune mediated Neuropathy)
  • Rohan R mahale, Associate Professor, Parkinson’s disease, dystonia, deep brain stimulation in parkinson’s disease, sleep
  • Dr. Ravindranadh Chowdary, Associate Professor
Epilepsy; Electrophysiology (including VEEG and MEG); Stroke; Movement Disorders; Neuroimmunology
  • Dr. Pooja M., Assistant Professor
Movement Disorders; Neuro-ophthalmology; Cognition
  • Dr. Raghavendra K., Assistant Professor
Pediatric Neurology; Pediatric Epilepsy; Adult epilepsy; Electrophysiology; Quantitative neuro-image and bio-signal analysis and Neurocritical Care
  • Dr. Nitish Kamble, Assistant Professor
Movement Disorder; Human Motor Physiology including Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
  • Dr. Saraswati Nashi, Assistant Professor  
Neuromuscular Disorders    
  • Dr. Hansashree P, Assistant Professor
Pediatric Neurology
  • Dr. D V Seshagiri, Assistant Professor
Movement disorders; sleep disorders in neurodegenerative disorders Objectives:
  • To train medical and non-medical students in electrophysiological tests
  • To evaluate and manage acute neurological emergencies in the 24×7 emergency services
  • To evaluate patients with cognitive disorders especially to rule out treatable disorders and give comprehensive care to patients and care-givers
  • To evaluate demyelinating disorders and treat both in the acute and maintenance phase
  • To evaluate patients with headache and rule out and give comprehensive care
  • To evaluate patients with stroke both in the acute period and treat their aetiologies