Arpan’s interest in neurology stems from a psychology class taken during high school where he began to contemplate the deeper and underlying issues of neurologic illness. Originally from Chicago, Arpan elected to study at KMCIC-AUA Medical School in Karnataka, India, and completed two years of clinical rotations in the United States. During his medical studies, pathologies of the brain and neurological disease ignited his passion for neuroanatomy prompting him to shadow multiple neurologists. Since residency, Arpan has flourished particularly in the realm of teaching. He was awarded the Medical Student Teaching Award this past year, 2015—2016 and serves as a chief resident for 2016—2017.
Arpan’s interests include music, computers, basketball and dance.
2013, MD, American University of Antigua College of Medicine; Woods, Antigua
2013 to 2017, Neurology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
Kentucky Medical License
- Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS)
- Handover Certification
University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center
American Academy of Neurology
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