I completed my undergraduate (MBBS) and postgraduate training in General Surgery from Nair Hospital as well as achieved MS, DNB, MNAMS degrees between 1991 and 2000.
I spent the following eight years in the United Kingdom. In 2003, I completed MRCS and subsequently had the opportunity to do advanced training in Hepato-Pancreatico-Biliary (HPB) surgery and Cadaveric/Deceased Donor Liver Transplant (DDLT) in high volume centres like Bristol, Birmingham and Leeds. I attained the FRCS (in HPB Surgery) in 2009.
On my return to India in November 2009, I completed my Fellowship from Sir Ganga Ram Hospital and worked as a Consultant in Living Donor Liver Transplant (LDLT) program at Medicity, Gurgaon till October 2010. From November 2010 to January 2014, I have worked as a Consultant HPB and Liver Transplant Surgeon at Kokilaben D Ambani Hospital, Mumbai.
I have authored over 34 publications, and 56 national and international presentations. My papers have won national and international prizes, including best paper at the Indian Association of Surgical Gastroenterology (2009, 2010), Best Posters at Indian Society of Gastroenterology (2006).
My research on Contrast Ultrasound for liver metastases was shortlisted for the most coveted Patey research prize in the UK.