Dr. Ramshekhar N. Menon
Additional Professor
Phone :
0471-2524481

MBBS., MD., DNB., DM., Epilepsy Fellowship

Asssociate Professor 2014 till date

Asst. Professor 2010-2014

B Braun Medical Foundation Scholarship in Internal Medicine, 2004

Torrent Young Scholar Award in Neurology 2008

Asian Oceanian Travel Bursary Award 2010, Melbourne Australia.

Best paper in Epilepsy Award, IANCON 2011, Pune.

Travel Bursary Award for international course in pediatric epilepsy, 2012, Venice International University, San Servolo, Venice, Italy.

Indian Epilepsy Association Travel Bursary Award 2015, Istanbul, Turkey.

Epilepsy Society Australia Epileptology training award (2019)- Pediatric Epilepsy- Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, Australia

Pediatric Epilepsy, Cognitive Neurology, Autoimmune Diseases

Faculty at Department of Neurology, R Madhavan Nair Centre for Comprehensive Epilepsy Care, Cognition & Behavioral Neurology subsections.

Epilepsy Fellowship, SCTIMST

Commonwealth Medical Fellow (2019-20)- Pediatric Epilepsy - Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London, UK

Epilepsy Society Australia Epileptology Observership Award- Royal Children's Hospital; Melbourne; Australia

Indian Academy of Neurology

Indian Epilepsy Association & Indian Epilepsy Society

Alzheimer's & Related Disorders Society of India

Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment to conduct researach on "The Influence of Sleep Architecture on the Severity of Memory Disruption in Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment".

DST funded project (PI)- "Memory fMRI in temporal lobe epilepsy"

ICMR funded project (PI; muliticentric study)- "Development and validation of Indian aptation of test battery for vascular cognitive impairment".

DST-Cognitive Science Initiative- "The Human Brain Mapping Project"

DEITY project on development of automated seizure prediction algorithm with CDAC, Trivandrum.

ICMR- Genetics of complex pediatric epilepsy- whole exome sequencing

DBT- Incidence prevalence and risk factors for dementia in India (Dementia Sciences Program)