Dr SK Pandya's Birthdate is 11 February 1940.
Membership of societies
Neurological Society of India
The Asiatic Society of Bombay
Academia Euriasiana Neurochirurgica
Forum for Medical Ethics Society
Fellow of the National Academy of Medical Sciences, India.
Issues in Medical Ethics
Journal of the Association of Physicians of India
Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice
National Medical Journal of India
Five selected publications on neurosciences
Pandya SK: Tuberculous atlanto-axial dislocation (with remarks on the mechanism of dislocation). Neurology India 19, 116-121, 1971.
Pandya SK: Atlantoaxial dislocations. (Review) Neurology India 20, 13-48, 1972. Pandya SK: Conservative treatment of intracranial tuberculomas. Neurology India 30, 30-36, 1982.
Pandya SK (Editor): Neurosciences in India - retrospect and prospect. The Neurological Society of India and Council of Scientific Industrial Research. New Delhi. Pages xv + 743. 1989.
Pandya SK, Shah Nikhil: Brain and behaviour. Publications and Information Directorate, CSIR. New Delhi. Pages 102. 1994.
Five selected publications on history of medicine
Pandya SK: Classic descriptions of neurological disorders by Charles Morehead. Neurology India 18, 50-65, 1970.
Pandya SK: John Hilton's contributions on atlanto-axial disease - a forgotten chapter in the history of neurosurgery. Neurology India 18, 147-157, 1970.
Pandya SK: Medicine in Goa. Journal of Postgraduate Medicine 28, 123-148, 1982.
Pandya SK: Hindu philosophy on pain: an outline. Acta Neurochirurgica. Supplement 38, 136-146, 1987.
Pandya SK: Osler's neurology. Journal of the Neurological Sciences 124,99-112,1994.
Five selected publications on medical ethics and practice in India
Pandya SK: An unmitigated tragedy. Letter from Bombay. British Medical Journal 297,117-119, 1988.
Pandya SK: The rights of patients. The Indian Journal of Social Work. April 1993, 205-208.
Pandya SK: The Maharashtra Medical Council. National Medical Journal of India 6, 89-90, 1993.
Pandya SK: Why is our Food and Drugs Administration in such bad shape? National Medical Journal of India 7, 87-88, 1994.
Pandya SK: Medical ethics in India - then and now. In: Ed.: van Alphen H. August: Neurosurgery and medical ethics. Acta Chirurgica 1999, Supplement 74, pages 35-46.
Five selected publications: miscellaneous
Pandya SK: Neuroanatomy-the need for modified teaching techniques. The Indian Journal of Medical education 16, 1?8, 1977.
Pandya SK: Style. British Medical Journal 295, 1662-1664, 1987
Pandya SK: Letter from Bombay: On editing a book in India. British Medical Journal 301, 107-108, 1991.
Pandya SK: Letter from Bombay: Why is the output of science from India low? British Medical Journal 301, 333, 1991.
Pandya SK: Letter from Bombay: The wilful, progressive devaluation of public teaching hospitals. National Medical Journal of India 5, 87-88, 1992.
Neurosciences: Three books; seventy-five papers
History of medicine: Sixteen papers
Medical ethics: Fifty papers
Others: Fifty-four papers
Lay press: Fifty-five essays