Shyama Satyan, M.D.

Specialty:

Neurology
Neurohospitalist.

Background / Education:

  • Medical Degree: Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. India.
  • Residency: Ophthalmology – Institute for Medical Sciences, Benares Hindy University, Varanasi India.
  • Vitreo-Retina Fellowship, Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital Mumbai India.
  • Internship: Internal Medicine, Queens medical Center, Mount Sinai School of medicine Queens NY.
  • Residency: Neurology, Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY.
  • Fellowship: Epilepsy Mini Fellowship, Kiffin Penry, Wake Forest University, NC.

Certifications:

  • Certified in American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology

Office Locations Dr Satyan Sees Patients:

Hospitals:

Memberships:

  • American Academy of Neurology
  • All Indian Ophthalmological Society
  • North American Neurophthalmological society (NANOS)
  • Bombay Ophthalmological Association

Honors/Awards:

  • Scholarship award Neurology Residency 2011 & 2012.

Research & Publication::

  • Ziad MK El-Zammar, Julius Gene S Latorre, Shyama Satyan, Adham Kamel, Ashok Devasenapathy, Yahia M Lodi “Intra-arterial Vasodilator Use During Endovascular therapy for Acute Ischemic stroke improves recanalization rate” Annals of New York Academy of Medical Sciences 2012.
  • Shyama Satyan, Burk Jubelt, Andrew Bragdon, “Ramsey Hunt syndrome associated with dysphagia with MRI evidence of brainstem involvement” American Academy of Neurology, New Orleans, April 2012.
  • Shyama Satyan, Yaman Z Eksioglu “Medical management of electrical status epilepticus during slow wave sleep” at American Clinical Neurophysiological Society” San Antonio February 2012.
  • Shyama Satyan, Yaman Z Eksioglu “Medical management of electrical status epilepticus during slow wave sleep” at American Clinical Neurophysiological Society” San Antonio February 2012.

Dr. Satyan joined TIND in 2013. She has interests in general neurology but has passion for diagnosis and treatment of complex neurological problems especially in a hospital setting. She likes the interaction she gets from acute care of neurological problems in a hospital setting.

She loves to spend time with her husband and teenage daughter. She has always pretended to be a singer but lately she has been learning classical music which was her childhood dream. In her free time, she enjoys reading books and writing.