Manoj Mittal, M.D.

Clinical Assistant Professor


Dr. Mittal earned his medical degree from the University College of Medical Science in Delhi, India, in 2005 before completing his neurology residency at the University of Kansas Medical Center in 2011. After that, he completed a two-year training fellowship in Neurocritical Care at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., where he took care of critically ill patients suffering from various neurological emergencies. During his stay at the Mayo Clinic, Dr. Mittal also completed a Masters in Clinical Research and published multiple papers, book chapters and review articles. He did research on acute stroke imaging, neurological complications of medical diseases, readmissions after acute stroke and stroke epidemiology.

Dr. Mittal joined the faculty at KU Medical Center in July 2013 in the Neurology department as a clinical assistant professor. He is board certified in Neurology. His clinical focus includes, but is not limited to, acute ischemic stroke, hemorrhagic stroke, subarachnoid hemorrhage, myasthenic crisis, Guillain-Barre syndrome, coma, autoimmune disease and neurological complications of other medical and surgical diseases. His research is focused on secondary stroke prevention.

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Contact: mmittal2@kumc.edu

Last modified: Dec 03, 2013

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Manoj Mittal, M.D.
Clinical Assistant Professor

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