KAPIL BHATT's Colleagues

  • Tejas Mehta
  • Richa Sijoria
  • Michelle Kennedy Pharo
  • Hsin-Mei Sun
  • Ilaria Fedeli
  • Juan Francisco Mugnolo
  • Sebastian Andrew Benjamin
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  • liorah sabbah
  • Professor Jafri Malin Abdullah
  • Melissa Higgs
 

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I am working on therapeutic efficacy of different herbal medicine on heavy metal induced neurodegeneration
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Neurophysiology of Aging

This group has a focus on the consequences of aging on the nervous system. My interest is in changes of motor pathways but by no means is that the limit of the scope of this group.See More
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Apr 3, 2011
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Aug 2, 2010

Profile Information

Main areas of research:
Toxicity of heavy metal on biological systems especially on nerves system
Interests/keywords:
Neuroscience, systembiology
Current title/position:
Senior Research Fellow
PhD Advisor and University:
Dr. S.J.S. Flora, DRDE Gwalior
Publications:
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At 6:05pm on April 2, 2011, Michelle Kennedy Pharo said…

Dear Dr.Bhatt... HELLO, thank you for writing me back, bless you for your kindness.  And I am merely a patient on neuronetwork, so am not doctor of any kind.  

I am in a white family of europeon lineage that is over run with the genetic form of CCM's, AVM's, epilepsy, etc. It runs to the females.  Only one male, my uncle, but all my sisters, their daughters and my female cousins on my mother side are affected.

 

 All of my malformations are in eloquent areas.  Just last week, new MRI technology showed 3 new tumors (bringing my count to over 20 CCM's)  but these three are in the pons, upper pons and superior cerebellum vermis.  It is my understanding that this location of the brain stem is the highest piece of real estate in the brain.  That even a 2mm insult could cause devastating neurological deficiets, or even death.  My other large CCMs are in the Thalmic region, deep inner brain, and that their pathology is changing. I was just hoping you might have advice as to how i can fight this disease.  There are just a small number of neuro surgeons that have expertise in this disease classification, and are trained to perform skull base surgery.  The C spine is also very sick and their are lesions and cysts  the soft tissue there as well.  If it were you Dr Bhatt, how would you fight this disease.  I am degrading so signifcantly.... memory loss, falling down alot, very hard to write anymore, sick, fatigued, hard to be in public places w/o becoming very ill.  Then there is the issue of the WBM disease.  I was told i would be lucky to survive 5 years.  I dont know the origin of the WBMD, but am working toward the diagnosis as to what is causing this?  Was just hoping you might have some good advice to offer me.  I'm so tiredof being so ill, living in so much pain, i see my life quality dissolving...  You are deeply appreciated.  Kindly, Michelle Kennedy Pharo

At 7:20pm on August 25, 2010, Tejas Mehta said…
hello Dr Bhatt..m new to this site and to the field of medicine...i njoy neuroscience a lot...i saw ur profile and liked it very much
At 5:19pm on August 2, 2010, Michelle Kennedy Pharo said…
Hello Dr. Bhatt... i just wanted to say hello, your studies are very impressive, maybe you shall be the one who brings forth great advancements in neuroscience. I am merely a patient with an incurable or inoperative neurovascular disease as well as white brain matter disease, but i welcome you and if you ever have any questions about my challenges, please feel free to ask. With kind regards, Michelle
 
 
 

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