MD dissertation: A study of the metabolic changes in tumor lysis syndrome.
DM dissertation: Bedside Cognitive evaluation of Patients of Parkinsonâ€™s disease.
Co-investigator in the Trial â€“â€œSafety & Efficacy of Natural Superkinase in patients of ischaemic strokeâ€ conducted at KEM Hospital in 2002-2003 in collaboration with Siro Clinini Pharma Limited. Trial conducted according to GCP guidelines.
Dr. Haldar has many publications and papers to his credit.
Harini C, Das R R, Prabhu S P, Singh K, Haldar A, Takeoka M, Bergin A M, Loddenkemper T, Kothare S V. Clinical and Radiological Profile of Children with Lesions in Corpus Callosum. J Neuroimaging. 2014 Dec 18. doi: 10.1111/jon.12190.
Libenson M H, Haldar A,Pinto A. The stability of spike counts in children with interictal epileptiform activity. Seizure 2014 Jun;23(6):454-6. doi: 10.1016/j.seizure.2014.03.005. Epub 2014 Mar 18.
Teaching Video Neuro Images: complex partial seizure evolving into a psychogenic. Nonepileptic seizure. Perez D L, Haldar A, Rotenberg A, Kothare S V. Neurology. 2010 Dec 14;75(24):e98.
Mukherjee V, Mukherjee A, Halder A. Type I diabetes mellitus in a child presenting with epilepsy partialis continua. J Indian Med Assoc. 2007 Jun;105(6):340, 342.
Haldar A, Mukherjee A. Parry Rombergâ€™s disease with intractable partial epilepsy. Neurology India 2007:55(2): 160-162.
Majumder A, Halder A, Talapatra DS et al. Hepatitis E associated with acute pancreatitis with pseudocyst- JAPI. Dec 1999.
Co-authored the chapter â€˜Fatigue in Neurological practiceâ€™; in the textbook 'Unsung topics in Neurologyâ€™ edited by Dr. Ambar Chakravarty; 2006
Co-authored the paper Catamenial epilepsy- Presented in the national meet of the Indian Epilepsy Association at Nagpur in October 2004.
Presented the award paper â€œOn the borderlands of epilepsy- A study on Pseudoseizuresâ€ at the national meet of the Indian Epilepsy Association at Vizag in September 2003.
Platform presentation- Tuberculomas of brain: An unpredictable entity. Presented at the Joint European Congress in Istanbul, 2014.
Poster Presentation on The stability of spike counts in children with interictal epileptiform activity. A Haldar, Mark Libenson at American Epilepsy Society meeting in December 2010.
Poster Presentation on Inter rater variability in quantification of epileptic spikes: A spike by spike analysis. M Takeoka, D Sarco, K Boyer and A Haldar.
Poster presentation on Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria â€“ An Unusual cause of Stroke at 11th Asian & Oceanic Congress of Neurology at Singapore in November 2004.
Poster presentation on 'An unusual presentation of CNS lupus' at 11th Asian & Oceanic Congress of Neurology at Singapore in November 2004. Abstracts published in Journal of Clinical Neuroscience, Volume 11, Supplement 1, Nov 2004. Pgs 22,31.
Presented a poster titled â€œLeukodystrophy with megalencephaly- Van der Knaapâ€™s variantâ€ in the Annual Conference of the Indian Association of Neurology at Vizag in October2003.
Poster â€œPolymerase Chain Reaction in diagnosis of Kala-azarâ€ presented in the API conference at Calcutta in January 1999. Abstract published in Journal of Association of Physicians of India, January 1999.
Paper â€œA study of tumor lysis syndrome in patients of acute leukemiaâ€ presented at the 38 the Annual Conference of Indian Society Of Hematology and Blood Transfusion at Calcutta in December 1997. Abstract published in Indian Journal of Hematology & Blood Transfusion, December 1997, Supplement 1.
Halder A, Chakravarty Ambar. Nipah virus encephalitis: A cause for concern for Indian neurologists? Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology 2006: 9(3): 137-144.
Pal S, Aggrawal G, Haldar A, Majumdar A et al. Diagnosis of symptomatic kala-azar by polymerase chain reaction using patientâ€™s blood. Med Sci Monit. 2004 Jan;10(1):MT1.
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