Founder Mother Cell
Consultant Stem Cell Research Revita Lifesciences India
Devonshire Surg. facility, New York
Advance Health, Puerto Rico USA
Consultant Implant Development Treu-Instrumente, Germany
Prof. Division of Surgery C.H.Medical College, India
Faculty Academy of Regenerative Practices
President and Founder Society of Regenerative Medicine
Chief collaborator Graduate Institute Geneva Project
Member ICMR-DBT Task Force India
Current Research and Scholarly Interests
Application of autologous bone marrow, adipose & dental pulp derived stem cells in neurology & Orthopaedic diseases
Spinal cord injury, Cerebral palsy, Autism, Optic atrophy, Parkinsonism, Multiple sclerosis, Traumatic brain injury stroke…
Critical limb ischemia, AVN, Non-union, Osteoarthritis…
Developing human VSELS culture facilities.
Multimodality approach in reviving Brain dead subjects
Comprehensive treatment approach in chronic spinal injured patients.
 Initiating Phase II/III study with autologous adipose tissue derived mesenchymal cells in Osteoarthritis of knee.
Phase II clinical trial with allogenic umbilical cord tissue derived mesenchymal cells in Osteoarthritis of knee.
Finished phase I/II study Intralesional Vs scaffold filled administration of stem cells in chronic spinal cord Injury.
Completed Phase I/II study with autologous adipose tissue SVF in10 patients of Osteoarthritis knee.
 Co Investigator in IRB approved study with autologous bone marrow&Adipose derived stem cells in ALS patients at USA.
 Successfully treated vegetative patients following traumatic brain injury by noninvasive implantation of autologous MSCs.
 Successfully reversed methanol induced optic atrophy in patients by bone marrow derived cocktail of stem cells [case series reported for the first time in world]
 Operated and conducted study” Duroplasty with omental transposition in acute spinal cord injury [first time in world collaboration with ISCI Iceland]
 Operated and conducted phase 1/11 trial with scar reduction & olfactory tissue transplantation in chronic spinal cord injury.