,Ph.D., D.M. & S.P., is a pioneer in Neuropsychology in India. He joined GFSU in the year 2013, as the first Emeritus Professor of the University and Director for Institute of Behavioral Science. Earlier, he remained a member of the Academic Council and a Visiting Professor to GFSU, for over three years.
He was formerly a Professor and HOD in the Clinical Psychology department at the National Institute of Mental Health Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS), Bangalore.
One of his greatest achievements was the development of the technology called ‘Brain Electrical Oscillations Signature (BEOS)’ Profiling. BEOS is a test for eliciting remembrance of experiential knowledge for forensic application. He is the inventor and patent holder of this technique, used widely in forensics today.
He setup the first Clinical Neuropsychology facility in India at NIMHANS, Bangalore during 1975 -79, for testing brain dysfunction in patients with diseases of the brain. He has over 78 (national & international) research publications and has authored 2 books, along with contribution of chapters in several books.
He has conducted over 40 invited workshops on Neuroscience for Personal Growth for senior managers of corporate enterprises across India. He has developed several tests for measuring potentiality and cognitive controls on emotions and interpersonal relationships in corporate executives, based on System theory and neuropsychology.