I have worked in the primitive as well as modern healthcare systems which made me aware of a great variety of diseases, which in rural India predominantly included infectious and nutritional deficiency diseases, poisonings, snake bites, malaria, and unattended chronic diseases like diabetes, hypertension, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, ischemic heart disease and, most commonly, tuberculosis of all types. I practice speciality Neurology in India, and aim to broaden the clinical, teaching and research options and achievements while preferably working in an academic/ scientific setting. I also aim to offer world–class Neurology care to the Indian patient, which, while being scientific and ethical, will not be out of reach for any deserving patient.
President and Organizing Secretary of Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors (1999-2001) | Member of Maharashtra Medical Council | Member of Indian Medical Association | Member of Neurological Society of India | Member of IHIQ Society and Hamilton Institute of Policy Research | Member of a three-member committee appointed by the state government of Maharashtra, India, for the welfare of Resident and Postgraduate Doctors and Students in the state (1999-2002).
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