Prof. Subramanian is available for teleconferences, will happily visit patients in their home, do virtual assessments (if appropriate) and attend Court, etc.
Professor Ganesh Subramanian is a Consultant Stroke Physician based in Nottingham. Since attaining his CCST in 2002, Prof Subramanian has been employed as a Consultant in general, stroke and geriatric medicine, including cerebrovascular disease. He is involved in the management of all forms of stroke and transient ischaemic attack (TIA) across the whole patient pathway (i.e. diagnosis, investigation, acute treatment, rehabilitation and re-integration, secondary prevention and long-term complications).
Prof Subramanian is the Regional Clinical Director for Stroke in the East Midlands (since 2020). He has been Chairing the Clinical Advisory Group for Stroke in the East Midlands region (since 2016) and is a member of CVD steering group. He also leads the development of Mechanical Thrombectomy pathway for East Midlands as well as co-leading the deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) software for stroke imaging regionally..
He is one of the select few peer-reviewer of stroke services in the Country
He is the Academic Lead for Medical Assistantship module (final year UG studies) for University of Nottingham. He was made a Hon Clinical Associate Professor at University of Nottingham in 2012. He is a Visiting Professor at Saveetha Medical College (deemed a University) in India since 2019.
Prof Subramanian writes reports for both claimants and defendants (roughly 60/40 split). He produces between 60 and 70 reports a year.
For further information download Prof Ganesh Subramanian's C.V.