Dr. Deepak Agrawal

Dr. Deepak Agrawal


Additional Professor, Neurosurgery and Gamma-Knife, JPNATC, AIIMS, New Delhi

Dr Deepak Agrawal completed his neurosurgical residency training from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, following which he did year long fellowship training in endoscopic and paediatric neurosurgery. He returned back to India to join AIIMS as faculty.

Dr Agrawal has received training in Gamma-Knife surgery and is a part of the gamma-knife team at AIIMS. He is also trained in stereotactic and image guided neurosurgery and is credited for indigenization of a key component of image-guided neurosurgery. He has been awarded the “Neurosurgeon of the year award” (2008) by CSNS & Congress of neurological surgeons USA.

He has been awarded the prestigious “TATA Innovation award” in 2013 by Department of Biotechnology, Government of India. He has won several national and international awards for his research and has more than 10 chapters in neurosurgical texts and more than 70 publications.

Dr Agrawal has successfully completed the ATLS provider and instructor course and is a qualified ATLS instructor. He is the director of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences Ultrasound Trauma Life support Course which is held across 4 countries. Dr Agarwal is also a Program Director for many workshops including, the ‘AIIMS – Keep it Simple Sonography for Neurosurgeons’ (held across India and Nepal), AIIMS – Research Ethics and Presentation Course held for Doctors & nurses, and the AIIMS-Personality development, communication & Presentation skills workshop held regularly all over India.

As Chief Technology Investigator for the Australia-India Trauma Systems Collaboration, Dr. Agrawal’s expertise is assisting in the software development for the Trauma Registry hosted at AIIMS.