Nitin Mukerji is a consultant neurosurgeon at The James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough and sub-specialises in cerebrovascular and skull-base. He also serves as one of the clinical information officers for the trust and as editor-in-chief of the British Journal of Neurosurgery. He is an honorary consultant neurosurgeon (visiting) County Durham and Darlington NHS Trust, Imperial College NHS Trust, London and Newcastle upon Tyne NHS Trust and an honorary fellow of the Wolfson Research Institute, Durham University.
Research interests currently include minimally invasive treatments for chronic subdural haematomas and aneurysms of the circle of Willis. He is currently the PI or two NIHR portfolio studies at JCUH. He has over 50 peer reviewed publications.
- Cerebrovascular neurosurgery, aneurysms, AVMs, cavernomas, Moya Moya disease, EC-IC bypass, carotid endarterectomy
- Skull base tumorurs, acoustic neuromas, meningiomas
- Trigeminal neuralga
- Awake surgery for tumours, cavernomas
- Degenerative spinal conditions and neurotrauma
- MBBS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences) 2000
- MD (Ophthalmology) All India Institute of Medical Sciences 2003
- Basic Surgical Rotation (Northern Deanery) 2003-2006
- MRCSEd 2005
- SpR Rotation (Northern Deanery) 2006-2012
- MSc (Applied Statistics) Sheffield Hallam University 2010
- FRCSEd (Neuro.Surg) 2011
- Cerebrovascular and Skull Base fellowship (Stanford University) 2012-2013
- Visiting Fellow (University of California, San Francisco) 2013