Dr Sanjay Gupta is working as senior consultant and Pediatric Neurosurgeon at the Fortis Group of Hospitals, Delhi NCR. He is trained in Pediatric Neurosurgery at the Hospital for Sick Children , Toronto.
Academic Qualification:M.S., M.Ch., Fellow Pediatric Neurosurgery
-Clinical fellow in Pediatric Neurosurgery at Sick Children Hospital, Toronto, Canada 1st July 2008-30th June 2009
-Congress of Neurological Surgeons George Ablin International Fellowship to gain experience in Pediatric Neurosurgery (2008)
-American Association of South Asian Neurosurgeons (AASAN) fellowship (2006)
-Grant from Congress of Neurological surgeons (CNS), USA to attend CNS Congress at Chicago, USA in 2006.
-Visiting Physician in Department of neurosurgery at
University Health Center, Detroit, Michigan
University of Cincinnati Medical center, Cincinnati, OH
Toronto Western Hospital, Toronto
-Course Coordinator-Hands-On Epilepsy Course- Cadaveric Dissection of various surgical Procedures at Surgical Skill Development lab at Mt Sinai Hopsital, Toronto, by Division of Neurosurgery, The University of Toronto. Course Directors-Jim Rutka, Taufik Valiante
-Hands on training in
Surgical Approaches To The Skull Base-A Cadaveric Dissection Course, Saint Louis University School of Medicine, Practical Anatomy & Surgical Education, St Louis, MO, USA Course Director- Al Mefty and Dr Olivera
-Instructions in advanced high speed instrumentation for Surgeons-Workshop by Midas Rex Institute, St Louis, MO, USA
-Member of many Pediatric and neurosurgery international and national associations
Skills and Areas of Medical expertise
Areas of expertise in the Epilepsy surgery, endoscopic cranial surgery, management of Pediatric Brain tumors, Craniosynostasis, Neural Tube defects and other congenital neurosurgical conditions, Chiari malformations, Pediatric head and spine injury and Craniovertebral junction anamolies.
-Presented many papers in international and national conferences
-Published about 20 papers in international and national journals
-Participated in CRASH 1 and CRASH 2 trials conducted by MRC, London as Principal Investigator.