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Kameshwar Prasad

Prof. (Dr.) Kameshwar Prasad is Chairperson of Neurology and Director, Clinical Epidemiology at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India. He is a fellow of Royal College of Physicians (Edin) and Fellow of National Academy of Medical Sciences (India). He has research interests in the field of Stroke and Neuro-infections. He has contributed right from inception to the stroke component of Indian National Programme to control non-communicable diseases and serves as Board Member of Scientific Advisory Board of the Indian Council of Medical Research - National Centre for Disease Informatics and Research, where he also chairs the Research Area Panel on Stroke. His work in stroke and neuro-infections, mainly clinical trials and meta-analysis, has had significant impact on clinical practice globally. Currently, he is leading a cohort study of Framingham/Rotterdam-type in New Delhi.

Additionally, Dr. Prasad has championed the philosophy and practice of evidence-based healthcare at national and international levels. The International Society of Evidence-Based Healthcare (ISEHC) has been his brainchild and it has successfully organized annual conferences in New Delhi (India), Taormina (Italy), Taiwan, Sydney (Australia), and Kish Island (Iran). Dr. Prasad has taught in EBM conferences across the world and used principles of evidence-based healthcare to help the poor and disadvantaged.

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