Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery, MD (Ayurveda), Vaidya Scientist Fellow
Vaidya Namyata Pathak-Gandhi is a physician trained in Ayurveda and modern medicine in a 8.5 year program in Mumbai, India under the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences. In 2011, she was selected as the youngest and exceptional Vaidya Scientist Fellow (VSF) in a nationwide screen by the Department of AYUSH, Government of India, through Centre of Excellence, Institute of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine, Bengaluru.
Mentored by some of the best minds in Ayurveda and conventional medicine, she understands the nuances for Integrative health education, practice and research. Her teaching reflects a smooth blend of classical Ayurveda and certain biomedical fundamentals for safe, pragmatic application.
Trained to address diverse health conditions, she has a special focus on (i) high primary cardio-metabolic risk like Prediabetes and (ii) chronic neurodegenerative condition of Parkinson’s Disease. She is on the editorial board of international peer reviewed journals, has authored several publications and delivered talks to community, industry, research groups.