At the heart of Neurokrish is Dr. Ennapadam S Krishnamoorthy a pioneering international neuropsychiatrist- thought leader, change maker, mentor & coach.
An international academic leader with multiple professional affiliations, past & current, he is the immediate Past President of the International Neuropsychiatric Association. In his 3 decade long career in the brain & mind interface Dr. Krishnamoorthy has occupied academic, professional, social impact & entrepreneurial leadership roles
Neurokrish has been at the forefront of raising awareness to both professional and lay audiences, bringing to Indian shores a series of conferences, symposia, seminars & workshops as well as public lectures over two decades.
As the burden of dementia in non-Western cultures grows, developing nations are expected to overtake developed nations in terms of dementia prevalence. Dementia: A Global Approach fills this gap by integrating contemporary cross-cultural knowledge about dementia.
This comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to epilepsy compares and contrasts scientific knowledge, clinical experience and social consciousness between Western and non-Western cultures, providing a paradigm for an integrative, truly global health policy .
For much of the last two centuries, the brain and mind have been as disparate. While neurologists and psychiatrists have observed and described the rich interface between the two, it is only in the last two decades that this interplay is acknowledged with ease.
He was a brilliant, incisive doctor and practised dynamic, conservative and inclusive neurology, very successfully. Neurology was integral to internal medicine and I was lucky to collaborate with him for 51 years (literally till his last breath!).
An international academic leader he is the immediate Past President of the International Neuropsychiatric Association. In his 3 decade long career in the brain & mind interface Dr. Krishnamoorthy has occupied academic, professional, social impact & entrepreneurial leadership roles
On the threshold of a new academic year, parents and students are again confronted by the dilemma of career choices. But insights from neurological and behavioural sciences can help you make an appropriate choice.