Director, Neurosciences and Consultant, Neurology and Director, Medical Research
MBBS, MD (Gen Medicine), DM (Neurology)
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
National Hospital for Nervous Diseases, Queens Square, London
Movement Disorders and Deep Brain Stimulation
Movement Disorders / Parkinson Disease, Deep Brain Stimulation, Wilson Disease
Dr. Mohit Bhatt heads the Centre and has set up the Movement Disorders Programme at Kokilaben Hospital. He is responsible for the medical management of patients with movement disorders including selection of patients who will benefit from Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) surgery.
Dr. Bhatt had his entire medical training at the Grant Medical College (GMC) and Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals in Mumbai. In addition, he has trained in the best institutes in the world in the field of Movement Disorders. Before joining Kokilaben Hospital, he was attached to Breach Candy Hospital and Jaslok Hospital in Mumbai.
Dr. Bhatt is the Founder Trustee of Parkinson's Disease Foundation of India (PDFI) and of Basal Ganglia Club, India (BGC). He is a member of the steering committee of Asian Oceanian Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorder Society (AOPM) chapter of Movement Disorder Society.
Clinics In-charge of
Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorder Clinic
Wilson Disease Clinic
Dr. Mohit Bhatt is a keen researcher and has contributed to understanding of the disease mechanism and treatment options of various Movement Disorders. He has to his credit over 60 publications in leading international medical and neurological journals. He has also contributed book chapters to numerous neurological textbooks. His present research interests include study of Wilson's disease, Brain Iron Disorders, Parkinson's Disease, Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP), Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) and functional neurosurgery application to Movement disorders and neurogenetic diseases. Dr. Bhatt's experience in diagnosing complex neurological and movement disorders is unmatched and he is a much sought after speaker at national and international neurological conferences.
Dr Bhatt is a member of several national and international organisations including:
Movement Disorder Society
Parkinson's and related Movement Disorders Society
American Academy of Neurology (AAN)
Indian Academy of Neurology (IAN)
Maharashtra Association of Neurology (MAN)
Bombay Neurological Association.
Parkinson's Disease Foundation of India
Basal Ganglia Club
Friends of the Grant Medical College and Sir J.J. Group of Hospitals Trust
Dr. Bhatt is a member of several national and international organizations including Movement Disorder Society, Parkinson's and related Movement Disorders Society, American Academy of Neurology (AAN), Indian Academy of Neurology (IAN), Maharashtra Association of Neurology (MAN) and Bombay Neurological Association.
Aggarwal A, Todorov T, Chandhok G, Tilve S, Zibert A, Schmidt HH, Bhatt M,
Wilson disease mutation pattern with genotype-phenotype correlations from Western India: confirmation of p.C271* as a common Indian mutation and identification of 14 novel mutations.
In print, Annals of Human Genetics, 2013
Aggarwal A, Bhatt M
Neurologic Aspects of Gastrointestinal / HepatoBiliary Diseases: Commonly used gastrointestinal drugs
In print, in Neurological Aspects of Systemic Disease, Volume 1. Editors: Biller J and Ferro JM. Handbook of Clinical Neurology Series, 3rd Series edited by Aminoff MJ, Boller F, Swaab DF,2012
Schapira AH, Stocchi F, Borgohain R, Onofrj M, Bhatt M, Lorenzana P, Lucini V, Giuliani R, Anand R.
Long-term efficacy and safety of safinamide as add-on therapy in early Parkinson's disease.
Eur J Neurol. 1468-1331:2012
Stocchi F, Borgohain R, Onofrj M, Schapira AH, Bhatt M, Lucini V, Giuliani R, Anand R; Study 015 Investigators.
A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of safinamide as add-on therapy in early Parkinson's disease patients.
Mov Disord. 2012 Jan;27(1):106-12.
Aggarwal A, Schneider SA, Houlden H, Silverdale M, Paudel R, Paisan-Ruiz C, Desai S, Munshi M,Sanghvi D, Hardy J, Bhatia KP, Bhatt M
Indian-subcontinent NBIA: Unusual phenotypes, novel PANK2 mutations and undetermined genetic forms
Movement Disorders, vol. 25(10), pp. 1424-31, 2010
Aggarwal A, Bhatt M
Eye sign in an 18 year man with psychosis
British Medical Journal, vol. 339, pp. b3494, 2009
Aggarwal A, Aggarwal N, Nagral A, Jankharia G, Bhatt M, A novel Global Assessment Scale for Wilsons Disease (GAS for WD), Movement Disorders, vol. 24, pp. 509-18, 2009
Morrell MJ, Hayes FJ, Sluss PM, Adams JM, Bhatt M, Ozkara C, Warnock CR, Isojrvi J.
Higher Incidence of Treatment-Emergent Hyperandrogenism, Ovulatory Dysfunction and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome with Valproate than Lamotrigine: Results of a Prospective, Randomized, 1-Year Study in Young Women with Epilepsy
Submitted to Lancet 2007
F Stocchi , R Borgohain , M Onofrj, A Shapira, Bhatt M, Lorenzana P, S Rossetti, R Hartman, R Anand, for the Study 015 Investigators
A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial of Safinamide as Add-on Therapy in Early Parkinson's Disease Patients Treated with a Single Dopamine Agonist
Aggarwal A, Vaidya S, Shah S, Singh J, Desai S, Bhatt M.
Reversible parkinsonism and T1W pallidal hyperintensities in acute liver failure.
Movement Disorder, vol. 21(11), pp. 1986-1990, 2006.
Schneider S, Aggarwal A, Bhatt M, Dupont E, Tisch S, Limousin P, Lee P, Quinn N, Bhatia K
Severe tongue protrusion dystonia: clinical syndromes and some treatment options.
Neurology, vol. 67, pp. 940-943, 2006.
Schrag A, Bhatt M, Soonawala N, Quinn NP, Bhatia KP.
Occurrence of atypical parkinsonism in Indians and Caucasians
Acta Neurol Scand, vol 109(2), pp 155-6, 2004
Doshi PK, Chhaya NA, Bhatt M
Bilateral subthalamic nucleus stimulation for Parkinson's disease
Neurol India, vol 51(1), pp 43-8, 2003
Doshi P, Niraj Chhaya, Bhatt M
Depression leading to attempted suicide after bilateral subthalamic nucleus stimulation for Parkinson's disease
Mov Disord, vol 17(5), pp 1084-1085, 2002
Doshi P, Bhatt M
Hemiballism during subthalamic nucleus lesioning
Mov Disord, vol 17(4), pp 848-9, 2002
Bhatt M, Desai J, Mankodi A, Elias M, Wadia N.
Posttraumatic akinetic-rigid syndrome resembling Parkinson's disease: a report on three patients.
Mov Disord, vol 15 (2), pp 313-7, 2000
Bhatt MH, Elias MA, Mankodi AK.
Acute and reversible parkinsonism due to organophosphate pesticide intoxication: five cases.
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