Dr. Suresh Gupta

Dr. Suresh Gupta

Chairman - Neurosciences

RBH Department of Neurosciences


With a DM in Neurology, Dr. Gupta has nearly three decades of experience in Neurosciences and has been a Senior Consultant & HOD in Santokba Durlabhji Institute of Neurosciences. Dr. Gupta’s areas of special interest include Epilepsy, Stroke and Neuromuscular Disorders. He has published numerous papers on the subject in various national and international medical journals. In appreciation of his contribution to the field, Dr. Gupta has received the Shiv Charan Gupta Memorial Trust award.

Education and Fellowships

  • MBBS
  • MD (Medicine)
  • DM (Neurology)

Specialty Interests

  • Epilepsy
  • Stroke
  • Neuromuscular Disorders

Research and Publications

  • More than 20 Publications in National as well as International journals

Previous Experience

  • More than 29 years experience in Neurosciences
  • Sr. Consultant & HOD SDIN (Santokba Durlabhji Institute of Neurosciences)

Awards and Honours

  • Shiv Charan Gupta Memorial Trust award
  • 4th Decade SD trust award
  • 42nd SDM Hospital foundation day award

Professional Memberships

  • Life member of Indian Academy of Neurology (IAN)
  • Member of American Academy of Neurology (AAN)
  • Member of European Academy of Neurology (EAN)
  • Member of Indian Epilepsy Society

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