Dr Govind Eriat

Dr Govind Eriat

MBBS, DNB (Int.Medicine), FRCP (Glasg.)

Consultant- Hematology & BMT Medicine in the Medical Oncology Dept of at BGS Gleneagles Global Hospital, Bangalore

Locations :

Kengeri, Bengaluru

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Biography

Dr Govind Eriat is a world-renowned Haematologist and Bone marrow transplant physician with over 13 years experience who has treated patients from all walks of life, including those suffering difficult cytopenias or bloodless therapy/transplants for Jehovah’s Witnesses . He also specializes in stem cell treatment for neuroregeneration disorders such as Multiple Sclerosis (MS) an life rare diseases like Multiple sclerosis and SLE.

He is a graduate of the National Board exams and Fellow of the prestigious Leukemia & BMT programme of University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. H e is also fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Glasgow.

Professional Experience

  • Dr Govind Eriat is a transplant surgeon with over 400 transplants to his name, including Matched unrelated donor, Haploidentical and mismatched allogeneic Bone marrow surgeries. He has published in peer reviewed journals about the clinical aspects of hematological disorders like invasive final infections as well stem cell mobilization failures.

  • He is highly companion faculty member in both Internal Medicine and Hematology at the Yenepoya University, Mangalore.

Education

  • MBBS - RGUHS, 2005
  • DNB - General Medicine - National Board Of Examination, 2010

Expertise

  • Difficult cytopenias
  • Bloodless therapy/ transplants for Jehovah's Witnesses
  • Stem cell therapy in neuro regeneration
  • Immunotherapic platforms for refractory connective tissue disorders like Multiple sclerosis and SLE.