Welcome to Pazhani's Neuro Centre
Prof.Dr.R.Pazhani, Senior Consultant Neurologist, Neuro Intensivist and Clinical Neurophysiologist Chennai, practicing neurology for the past 26 years
MBBS, MD (Gen.Med), DM (Neurology), MRCP (UK), FRCP (London), FRCP (Edinburgh), FRCP (Glasgow), FRCP (Ireland), FEBN (Fellow European Board of Neurology), FEAN (Fellow European Academy of Neurology), FAAN (Fellow American Academy of Neurology), FANA (Fellow American Neurological Association), LLB (Legum Baccalaureus), PGDMLA (PG Diploma in Medico Legal Aspects), ML (Intellectual Property Rights), MA (Astrology), Diploma in Astrology, Diploma in Music.
Overseas Regional Adviser, Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, Tamilnadu
Adjunct Professor, The Tamilnadu Dr.M.G.R Medical University, Tamilnadu
Founder President - South India Neurological Academic Forum, South Indian Epilepsy Academy, Indian Headache Academy and Stroke Academy of India
Recent Academic recognition
A B Baker Teacher Recognition Award 2021 by American Academy of Neurology
Medical training details
MBBS, MD (Gen.Med) and DM (Neuro) from Madras Medical College, Trained in UK as a specialist Registrar in Neurology in the following hospitals - North West Deanery - Acute Preston Hospitals NHS Trust, Yorkshire Deanery - Leeds Teaching hospitals NHS Trust and Specialist Registrar in Clinical Neurology and Neurophysiology at South Thames Deanery - Princess Royal Hospital, Hurstwood Park Neurological Centre and Kings College Hospital
Membership at International Neurological Organisations
American Academy of Neurology, American Neurological Association, European Academy of Neurology, World Stroke Organisation, European Stroke Organisation, Association of British Neurologists, Neuro Critical Care Society, International Headache Society, World Federation of Neurology, International League Against Epilepsy, International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology, Movement Disorder Society, World Federation of Neuro Rehabilitation, Royal College of Physicians of London, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Ireland.