In the world of Neuroscience, one name that comes to mind is Dr. Alok Sharma as he is a leading Neurosurgeon in Mumbai, India. He is expert in the areas of Neurosurgery, Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine (Stem Cells). Dr Sharma specializes in Stem cell therapy, Neuroprotection for CNS injury, Neurobiology of the brain, Neurotrauma (Head injury & Spinal cord injury), Neural transplantation, Cerebrovascular surgery for CVA, Central nervous system regeneration, Stereotactic & Functional Neurosurgery, Neurostimulation, Neuropsychiatric surgery, CV Junction surgery, Paraplegia / Spasticity and CNS Infections.
Dr. Sharma has an unmatchable experience in treating over 8000 patients of neurological conditions, such as Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, Spinal Cord Injury, Head Injury, Intellectual Disability, Cerebral Stroke, Cerebellar Ataxia, Motor Neuron Disease, and several other incurable neurological disorders, through Neuroregenerative Rehabilitation.
You can find some of his popularly authored books on neurological disorders and its treatment options here.https://www.neurogenbsi.com/books/
With more than 10 Prestigious Accolades under his belt including the rare Rose of Paracelsus Award. Dr sharma has been instrumental in shaping the future of medical treatment.
Dr. Alok Sharma has dedicated his life towards the research and study of neuroregenerative medicine and stem cell treatment in an ethical way, so that he can provide a better life for people with Neurological Disorders.
He is the Director & Consultant Neurosurgeon at NeuroGen Brain and Spine Institute in Mumbai, India, since the last decade.
Dr Alok Sharma has authored several books and scientific publications on Stem Cell Therapy and neuro rehabilitative treatment. One the most famous studies is the ‘Autologous bone marrow mononuclear cell therapy for autism – an open label proof of concept study’.
The above publication, along with 13 more publications on autism from this institute, can be accessed here.https://www.neurogenbsi.com/publications/
Past Positions Held
In 1995, he held a place at the Karolinska hospital in Stockholm Sweden where neural transplantation was done for the first time ever in the world. In 1998, he was placed at the University of Colorado health sciences center in Denver, USA where the world’s first randomized trial for cell transplantation was done for Parkinson’s disease.
A couple of years later, Dr Alok Sharma went on to Successfully perform some of India’s first surgeries like
Successfully did India’s first “Motor Cortex Stimulation operation” for intractable pain following Thalamic Intracerebral bleed, November 2006.
Successfully did India’s first “Dorsal Column Stimulation Operation” for Persistent Vegetative Coma, 1999.