Dr Amit Batra

Neurosciences
Radix Healthcare

Dr. Amit Batra has completed his medical school M.B.B.S (2000) and MD Medicine (2005) in Amritsar and Ludhiana respectively. He did DM Neurology from GB Pant Hospital /MAMC, New Delhi(2011) and has completed her training and certifications in Neurosonology from National University Hospital, Singapore (2013) and the American Society of Neuroimaging(USA-2015). He has been rewarded with many awards and memberships and has keen interest and specialization in the areas of Acute Stroke and Thrombolysis, Neurosonology and its applications, Headache and Parkinsons' Disease. He is widely renowned for his expertise in the arena of Neurology by delivering successful results throughout 10 years of his practice.

Work experience

  • More than 10 years of cumulative      experience in field of Neurology
  • Senior Resident, Department of      Neurology, GB Pant Hospital, New      Delhi (2011)
  • Assistant Professor, Department of      Medicine, CMC & H, Ludhiana      (2006-2007)

Education & Training

  • MBBS from Govt. Medical College,      Amritsar(2000)
  • MD Medicine from Christian Medical      College, Ludhiana(2005)
  • DM Neurology from GB Pant Hospital      /MAMC, New Delhi(2011)
  • Fellowship in Stroke and      Neurosonology, National University      Hospital, Singapore (2013)
  • American Society of      Neuroimaging(USA) Certification for      Neurosonology (2015)

Achievements

  • Publications in indexed peer-      reviewed journals (10)and 2 book      chapters
  • Travelling Fellow Award, MDS(USA)      Annual Conference, Taiwan( 2010)      and Dublin( 2012)
  • Travel Fellow Award, IEC, Rome      (2011)
  • Invited Speaker/ Faculty at various      conferences- API Conference (2015),      Neurosonocon, ANI
  • Reviewer for BMC Neurology

Membership

  • Indian Academy of Neurology
  • American Society of Neuroimaging
  • Indian Epilepsy Society
  • World Stroke Organization
  • Society of Neurosonology

Specialization

  • Acute Stroke and Thrombolysis
  • Neurosonology and its applications
  • Headache