Garima Shukla MD, DM

Garima Shukla
  • Professor
  • Kingston General Hospital, Connell 7
  • Kingston, Ontario
  • Telephone: 613-549-6666 x 6242
  • Fax: 613-548-2508

Faculty Bio

Dr. Shukla is a Professor in the Division of Neurology specializing in epilepsy.  She graduated in Medicine and Surgery MBBS (1994) and completed her postgraduate degree (MD) in Medicine in (1997) from the Faculty of Medicine, Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara, Gujarat.  Subsequently she completed training at the Department of Neurology, All India institute of Medical Sciences resulting in a post-doctoral specialist certification in DM (Neurology) in 2001.  After completion of her training she was appointed to the faculty at the department of Neurology at AIIMS.  Having chosen epilepsy and Sleep Medicine as her areas of interest and research focus, she pursued fellowship training with a Department of Science and Technology, Government of India BOYSCAST grand in Epilepsy, Clinical Neurophysiology and Sleep Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic, Ohio.  Dr. Shukla has been actively involved in her research interests, having secured funding and support from National Agencies (ICMR, DST) leading to a well established nationally recognized research program.  Through and along with this program, she has provided guidance and training to more than 50 DM and PhD students in their research work.

She is the recipient of more than 20 academic awards at National and International scientific forums, mainly for her work in the field of "Restless legs syndrome" and "pharmacy-resistan epilepsies".  She has to her credit description of a new clinical lateralization sign in the evaluation of patients with refractory epilepsy, published in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry in 2005.  This is a unique and noteworthy achievement.  To date she has more than 120 indexed publications in International peer-reviewed journals with a high impact factor and high citation index.

Please fax referrals for Dr. Shukla to 613-548-2508

Last Modified: 2018-06-01