- Evaluating the efficacy of subthalamic nucleus lesioning in patients of Parkinson’s disease
- Neurosurgery for Psychiatric disorders
- Correlating the MRI imaging of subthalamic nucleus with micro-electrode recordings and clinical outcome
- We have completed research project to evaluate the outcome of movement disorder surgery and to develop newer surgical targets for treatment of movement disorders – Funding of $40000 – Project status: Completed.
- Evaluation of the role of Autologous Mesenchymal Stemcell therapy for patients with Advanced Parkinson’s Disease – Funding of $140000 – Project status: Completed.
- Evaluate Hardware and Surgical Complications of Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery in India – Funding of $25000 – Project status: Completed.
- To study and identify the most effective targeting protocol for subthalamic nucleus stimulation – Funding of $35000 – Project status: Completed.
- Fellowship Training program in Functional Neurosurgery. Nine neurosurgeons have been now trained by our unit and are independently performing functional neurosurgeries.
- All new treatments at the Jaslok hospital are conducted under the supervision of Scientific and Ethics committee.
- Jaslok has been a training centre for Neurosurgery since 1984. Every year one neurosurgeon is trained (after a rigorous course of 5 yrs. of training).
- The functional neurosurgery department has successfully trained neurosurgeons in the field of functional neurosurgery. This is an advanced course for a duration of one year. The fellowship is extremely sought after, with a waiting period.