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Dr. Sweta Singla

Neurology Department, St Stephan's Hospital

Brief Biography:

CV Brief Dr Sweta Singla MBBS (UCMS), MD (PGIMER/ Dr RMLH), DM (Neurology) (AIIMS) Telephone Number : 9968268079 Email Id : drsweta79@gmail.com Address : 1704 Gyan Shakti Apartment, Sector 6 Plot 7 , Dwarka, Delhi. 110075 Current Affiliations: Consultant Neurology, Kalpavriksh Superspeciality Center 66, Sector 12A, Dwarka, Delhi Consultant, Department of Neurology, Metro Hospital and Heart Institute, Palam Vihar, Gurugram, Haryana Academic Achievements Presentations: Participated and delivered lectures as faculty in National and International Conferences Publications: 4 publications, In national and international Journals Book Chapters: 2 Book Chapters in text-books Other Attachments: On reviewer panel of reputed International journal like Parkinsonism and Related Disorders. Dr Sweta Singla MBBS, MD, DNB, MNAMS DM (Neurology) drsweta79@gmail.com Current Position Consultant Neurology, Kalpavriksh Superspeciality Center, 66, Sector 12A, Dwarka, Delhi Sr. Consultant Neurology, St. Stephan’s Hospital, Near Tis Hazari, Delhi Consultant, Department of Neurology, Metro Hospital and Heart Institute, Palam Vihar, Gurugram, Haryana Education COURSE DATES PLACE OF TRAINING MBBS July 1998- Dec.2003 University Colleges Of Medical Sciences, University Of Delhi MD (Medicine) May 2005- April 2008 PGIMER & Dr RML Hospital, University Of Delhi, Delhi DM Neurology Jan 2009 - June 2012 AIIMS, Delhi Presentations Indo-Euro Park summit: 2015. Parkinson's and Movement Disorders: latest in science. 14-15thMarch 2015 : Validation of Hindi Version of NMSS in Indian Population. Validation of Hindi version of NMSS in Indian population. Conference Paper?in?Movement Disorders · November 2014. Conference: 4th Asian and Oceanian Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders, Volume: 29 Is stigmatized epilepsy disabling? The trio impact of stigma, disability and quality of life. Conference Paper · August 2014. Conference: 10th Asian & Oceanian Epilepsy Congress, at Singapore Publications Agarwal AK, Singla S, Singla S, Singla R, Lal A, Wardhan H, Yadav R. Prevalence of coronary risk factors in type 2 Diabetics without manifestations of overt coronary heart disease. JAPI Volume 57, 2009. Singla R, Singla S. Interventional endocrinology: A futuristic perspective. Indian J Endocrinol Metab. 2014 May-Jun; 18(3): 422–424. Nehra A, Singla S, Bajpai S, Malviya S, Padma V, Tripathi M. Inverse relationship between stigma and quality of life in India: is epilepsy a disabling neurological condition? Epilepsy Behav. 2014 Oct;39:116-25. Singla S, Singla R. Stroke in India: Bio-socioeconomic determinants. J Soc Health Diabetes 2016;4:71-6 Submitted for Publication : Cross Cultural validation of Hindi version of NMSS in Indian population Electro-clinical expression and pharmaco-therapeutic options in Jeavons syndrome-Case report and Review of Literature. Book Chapters Medicine update 2009. Hypokalemic Paralysis – emergency room management. Medicine update 2009. Challenges in endocarditis Diabetes Mellitus - issues for the Indian woman. Diabetic Neuropathy - Gender specific Issues. (In Press) Peer Review On reviewer panel of reputed journal like Parkinsonism and Related Disorders and BMJ Case Reports..

Academic positions:

I have done research in Parkinson's disease and epilepsy during my Neurology residency at AIIMS. Since then I am an independent clinical researcher. I am also associated with St. Stephan's Hospital, which is a Teaching Hospital as a consultant Neurology.

Research interests:

Parkinson's disease, Sleep Disorder , Circadian Rhythm, Neuro-endocrinology, Neuropsychology, Cognitive disorder

What I think of the idea behind WebmedCentral:

I feel that a platform like webmedcentral is important as it is an independent, free from biases that might crop up during the publication process and provides a forum for independent assessment of the published articles. It provides people from all continents to discuss ideas in a very free manner and only that kind of free interaction of the thoughts can evolve thoughts further on to create new pathways for research.