Dr. Ashutosh Halder is presently professor in Reproductive Biology at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi, India. He also served as Assistant Professor in the department of Medical Genetics at Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS), India. He is a medical graduate from Nilratan Sircar Medical College and Hospital, Calcutta University, Kolkata and postgraduate (Obstetetrics & Gynecology) from AIIMS, New Delhi, India. After he completed his Obstetetrics & Gynecology senior residency at AIIMS, he obtained his doctorate degree (DM) in Medical Genetics at SGPGIMS, Lucknow, India. Thereafter he was trained in Fetal Medicine at University College of London, UK and molecular cytogenetics at Galton Laboratory, London, UK; Virchow-Klinikum, University of Berlin, Germany; University of Clermont-Ferrand, France; University of Bari, Italy, etc. He has taught postgraduate medical students, residents and fellows. He has research experience in reproductive genetics, reproductive endocrinology, reproductive oncology, malformation, etc. In addition, he has worked in prenatal diagnosis (invasive as well as noninvasive), preimplantation diagnosis, malformed fetal autopsy and disorders of sex development. Dr. Halder is currently working on biological basis of skewed sex ratio, polycystic ovarian disease, premature ovarian failure, macroprolactinemia, primary testicular failure, recurrent spontaneous abortion, recurrent IVF failures, etc. Reproductive counseling is his major area of clinical practice.
Dr. Halder is fellow of National Academy of Medical Sciences (India), Commonwealth Scholar, examiner for various examinations (postgraduate & PhD), committee member of various academic organizations (India), member of various international & national (Indian) societies, reviewer as well as editorial board member for many national (Indian) & international journals, etc. He has over 70 publications in indexed journals and several ongoing research projects on reproductive genetics and malformations.
Reproductive genetics; Reproductive endocrinology; Reproductive oncology; Malformation.