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Dr. Ravi Dadlani

DNB (Neurosurgery), Master of advanced surgery (Sydney Australia)

Consultant Neurosurgeon

Work Experience

  • Dr. Ravi Dadlani is a qualified Neurosurgeon from India. He has more than 12 years of experience as a Neurosurgeon.
  • He has worked as a Consultant Neurosurgeon with the prestigious Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Science, Bangalore, India for over 6 years where he was also responsible for the training of Neurosurgeons.
  • He has a fellowship in Neurosurgical Oncology from Australia and earned a master’s degree in advanced surgery.
  • Recently he has also received the membership of the National Academy of Medical Sciences (MNAMS).
  • Dr. Dadlani has also worked as a Consultant Neurosurgeon with Apollo Hospital, the biggest chain of Corporate Hospitals of India.
  • Dr. Dadlani has an extensive experience, having operated more than 2500 surgeries independently.

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Hindi
  • Sindhi
  • Marathi
  • Kannada
  • Telugu

Special Interests

  • Neuro-oncology – Tumors of the brain and spine.
  • Pediatric neurosurgical conditions such as hydrocephalus and spinal dysraphism.
  • Degenerative spine conditions including back pain and spinal disc diseases.
  • Vascular lesions of the brain and spine.
  • Trauma - Head and spine injuries. 

Research / Publications

  • Dr. Dadlani has had a very active academic career.
  • He has authored over 42 pubmed indexed, international journal articles.
  • He has authored three book chapters related to road traffic injuries and brain hemorrhage.
  • He is a reviewer for over a dozen international journals.
  • He has been awarded 2 best paper awards in National Neurosurgical Conferences in India.
  • An image from Dr. Dadlani’s paper appeared on the cover of the distinguished journal of Neurosurgeon Pediatrics (Nov. 2013, Vol. 12; No. 5).
  • Dr. Dadlani’s has presented papers in at least two dozen conferences in India and internationally.He has also chaired sessions in several Neurosurgical Conferences.

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