Shalini Bansil, MD

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    Research interests

    Dr. Shalini Bansil's research interests include clinical outcome research in stroke, including the role of telemedicine in improving the quality of care for stroke patients in the acute, subacute and chronic settings.

    She is also interested in stroke prevention, especially the detection of atrial fibrillation in the community, with the goal of preventing initial and recurrent strokes.

    Clinical interests

    Dr. Shalini Bansil's clinical interests are in stroke, particularly the hyperacute treatment of stroke, as well as in stroke prevention. She is also interested in the diagnosis and management of demyelinating diseases of the central nervous system.

    Professional information

    Board-certified in vascular neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 2006 to present

    Board-certified in neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 1989 to present

    Education/Academic qualification

    Stroke and Neuro-Critical Care, Fellowship, Mount Sinai Beth Israel

    Jan 1998Dec 1998

    Neuroimmunology and Multiple Sclerosis, Fellowship, UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School

    Jul 1988Jun 1990

    Neurology, Residency, UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School

    Jul 1985Jun 1987

    Medical Internship, UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School

    Jul 1984Jun 1985

    Rotating Internship, Christian Medical College

    Feb 1982Feb 1983

    Medicine and Surgery, MBBS, Christian Medical College

    Jul 1977Dec 1981


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    • Detection of Atrial Fibrillation in Patients with Acute Stroke

      Bansil, S. & Karim, H., 2004, In: Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases. 13, 1, p. 12-15 4 p.

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      19 Scopus citations
    • Predictors of short-term disease activity following a first clinical demyelinating event: Analysis of the CHAMPS placebo group

      O'Connor, P., Fleming, P., Gray, T., Jacobs, L., Miller, C., Munschauer, F., Kinkel, R. P., Bolibrush, D., Cohen, J., Freedman, M., Webb, U., Rabinowicz, H., Metz, L. M., Patry, D., Yeung, M., Peters, S., Hashimoto, S., Morrison, W., Oger, J., Panitch, H. & 169 others, Costello, K., Bever, C., Stuart, W., Court, D., Stuart, D., Tornatore, C., Bartlett, D., Richert, J., Duquette, P., Dubois, R., Bernier, G., Scott, T., Pappert, L., Brillman, J., Felton, W., Anderson, T., Astruc, J., Rose, J., Kline, J., Burns, J., Murray, T., Weldon, P., Bhan, V., Maxner, C. E., Wall, M., Vining, L., Grabowski, T., Apatoff, B., Orapello, C., Friedman, J., Galetta, S., Pfohl, D., Liu, G., Rice, G., Bental, T., Mandalfino, P., Eggenberger, E., Snider, D., Kaufman, D., Guarnaccia, J., Shepard, M., Goldstein, J., Reiss, M., Carter, E., Glista, G., Rolak, L., Scheller, L., Jacobson, D., Warner, J., Goodman, A., Petrie, M., Mattson, D., Karlin, K., Wallin, A., Stefoski, D., Brod, S., Cerretta, E., Wolinsky, J., Arnold, D., Arnoutelis, R., Durcan, L., Kupersmith, M., Cappolino, L., Herbert, J., Rosenberg, J., McHugh, D., Blumenfeld, A., Smith, C., Kuder, D., Hamilton, S., Thurston, S., McGee, J., O'Bannon, J., Kaufman, M., Butler, M., Putnam, S., Rammohan, K., Siffort, A., Lynn, J., Selhorst, J., Holzemer, E., Hayat, G., Tselis, A., Coon, C., Lisak, R., Wray, S., Sexton, P., Lehrich, J., Cook, S., Jotkowitz, A., Bansil, S., Newman, N., Brown, J., Pennell, P., Gilmore, J., Carter, J., Buckner, J., Caselli, R., Kerson, L., Camasso, M., Donneief, G., Cooper, J., Richardson, B., Kung, C., Goodwin, J., Johnson, T., Gulati, A., Hedges, T., Yardley, C., Tran, T., Brown, W., Ehrenberg, B., Horowitz, S., Bonnett, A., Burger, R., Javerbaum, J., Griffin, C., Whaley, R. J., Jeffery, D., Jackson, S. E., Bastings, E., Kasper, L., Ryan, K., Bernat, J., Mass, M., Cooper Hanel, S., Bourdette, D., Guy, J., Wilson, M., Greer, M., Lucchinetti, C., Botten, M., Noseworthy, J., Walker, A., Muntz, B., Tyor, W., Simon, J., Meyer, M., Leek, R., Gustafson, C., Singel, D., Quandt, B., Miller, D. E., Coombs, B., Cajade-Law, A., Lajaunie, M., Escott, E., Miller, A., Vollmer, T., Brownscheidle, C., Murray, T. J., Antel, J., Myers, L., Birnbaum, G., Reingold, S., Burde, R., Sibley, W., Ware, J., Blanchard, N., Lloyd, K., Park, H., Sandrock, A., Simonian, N., Slasor, P., Votruba, F., White, K., Beck, R. W., Chandler, D. L. & Cole, S., Oct 2002, In: Multiple Sclerosis. 8, 5, p. 405-409 5 p.

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      11 Scopus citations
    • Correlation between sex hormones and magnetic resonance imaging lesions in multiple sclerosis

      Bansil, S., Lee, H. J., Jindal, S., Holtz, C. R. & Cook, S. D., 1999, In: Acta Neurologica Scandinavica. 99, 2, p. 91-94 4 p.

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      61 Scopus citations
    • Modified total lymphoid irradiation and low dose corticosteroids in progressive multiple sclerosis

      Cook, S. D., Devereux, C., Troiano, R., Wolansky, L., Guarnaccia, J., Haffty, B., Bansil, S., Goldstein, J., Sheffet, A., Zito, G., Jotkowitz, A., Boos, J., Dowling, P., Rohowsky-Kochan, C. & Volmer, T., Nov 25 1997, In: Journal of the neurological sciences. 152, 2, p. 172-181 10 p.

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      13 Scopus citations
    • Multiple sclerosis in India: A case-control study of environmental exposures

      Bansil, S., Singhal, B. S., Ahuja, G. K., Riise, T., Ladiwala, U., Behari, M. & Cook, S. D., 1997, In: Acta Neurologica Scandinavica. 95, 2, p. 90-95 6 p.

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      37 Scopus citations