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KaushalKishor Prasad

Professor & Chief,
Division of GE Histopathology
I/C Division of GE Enzymology
Department of Superspeciality of Gastroenterology


Dr. KaushalKishor Prasad is Professor & Chief of the Division of Gastrointestinal Histopathology in the Department of Superspeciality of Gastroenterology at Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh, India. Dr. KaushalKishor Prasad is in the panels of experts for the World Association of Societies of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine (WASPaLM), and SAARC Academy of Cytopatology& Histopathology (SACH).Dr. KaushalKishor Prasad is reviewer for the extramural research projects including ICMR and intramural research project proposals especially on celiac disease.
He published sixteen articles on celiac disease in international journals of high repute and three articles in national journal. Dr. KaushalKishor Prasad is an international editorial board member for more than 45 international journals and reviewer for more than 90 international journals. He travelled across the world and delivered invited lectures and presented more than 200 scientific papers in more than 130 conferences. He is life member/ member of 21 international and 12 national professional societies. Dr. KaushalKishor Prasad also holds several key positions in various national and international scientific societies. Dr. KaushalKishor Prasad has received 29 awards in international and national scientific forums including prestigious ISG-SR Naik award and V R Khanolkar award for his original work. Dr. KaushalKishor Prasad has authored 82 papers and has contributed in 15 book chapter/ books in the field of Gastroenterology. He is also iconic achiever for “The International Plato Award for Educational Achievement, International Hippocrates Award for Medical Achievement, Da Vinci Diamond – For Inspirational Accomplishment” etc.

Research interest:

Celiac disease, microscopic colitis, extrahepatic portal vein obstruction and inflammatory bowel disease.