Dr. Maruti Nandan

Associate Consultant - Neurosurgery Institute of Neurosciences



He completed 1 year fellowship in skull base and spine surgery from SGPGIMS Lucknow and have acquired the skills of endoscopic, skull base and minimal invasive spine surgery along with experience in functional neurosurgery.

He has done thesis research on geriatric brain injury which was a prospective observation study, and his topic was “To study the mechanism, severity and outcomes of traumatic head injury in elderly population.”.

Dr. Maruti Nandan is a Consultant – Neurosurgery in Jay Prabha Medanta Super Specialty Hospital, Patna. He completed his M.Ch degree from AIIMS Bhubaneswar and MBBS from P.M.C.H., Patna. He had an exposure in more than 600 cases in different realms of neurosurgery i.e. trauma, tumor, vascular, spine and pediatric neurosurgery qualified neurosurgeon with 5 years of work and academic experience in different realms of the subject seeking interest in trauma, spine skull base and vascular surgery. He had an opportunity to work as a senior resident in neurosurgery after postgraduation in VMMC and Safdarjung hospital which is a high-volume centre catering a vast majority of population in India apart from AIIMS New Delhi.

Medical Qualifications

Fellowship PDF Skull Base and Spine SurgerySGPGIMS, Lucknow2021
M.Ch ( Neurosurgery )AIIMS, Bhubaneswar2020
M.SD.M.C.H., Darbhanga2015
M.B.B.SP.M.C.H., Patna University2010

Specialization and Expertise

  • Vascular surgery
  • Spine surgery
  • Skull base surgery
  • Oncology Neurosurgery

Memberships & Certifications

  • Associate Member of NSI

Awards & Accomplishments

  • Gold Medal in Pediatrics


  • Das KK, Nandan M, Bhaisora KS, Srivastava AK, Jaiswal AK, Behari S, Modified Retromastoid Approach and Clipping of “High-Riding” VA-PICA Junction Aneurysm: An Operative Video. Neurol India [serial online] 2021 [cited 2021 Dec 6]; 69:833-6. Available from: https://www.neurologyindia.com/text.asp? 2021/69/4/833/325361 :   Modified Retromastoid Approach and Clipping of “High-Riding” VA-PICA Junction Aneurysm,