Aninda Acharya, M.D.
|Aninda Acharya, M.D.|
Department of Neurology & Psychiatry
1438 S. Grand Blvd.
Saint Louis, MO 63104
Aninda B. Acharya was born in Kansas City Missouri and completed his
undergraduate, medical education, and Neurology Reidency at the
University of Kansas. Dr. Acharya came to Saint Louis in 2000 to
complete a two-year fellowship in Stroke at Washington University
School of Medicine. He joined the faculty at Saint Louis University as
an Assistant Professor in July 2002. He is also the Director of
Neuro-Rehabilitation at SSM Rehabilitation Hospital on the campus of
Saint Mary's Hospital in Richmond Heights Missouri. He is board
certified in Neurology and Vascular Neurology. He received a Masters
Degree in Public Health from the Saint Louis University School of
Public Health in 2008.
Dr. Acharya's main research interest is in the cognitive and behavioral
affects of cerebrovascular disease and traumatic brain injury. He
current research projects involve investigating pharmacological and
rehabilitative strategies to determine if such interventions can
improve cognitive, motor, and functional outcome after acquired brain
Recent Publications: Chapters/Reviews:
Acharya, AB, Faber CA, Pahwa R, et al. (2004). Pathophysiology of
Levodopa and Dopamine Blocking Agent Agent-Induced Movement Disorders.
Drug-Induced Movement Disorders. K. D. Sethi. New York, Marcel Dekker,
Ransom, BR, Acharya, AB, and Goldberg, MP (2004). Molecular
pathophysiology of white matter anoxic-ischemic injury. In J.B. Mohr,
D.W. Choi, J.C. Grotta, B. Weir and P.A. Wolf (Eds.), Stroke
pathophysiology, diagnosis, and management, 4th ed .(pp. 867-881).
Philadelphia: Churchill Livingstone.
Acharya AB, Powers WJ. Intracerebral Hemorrhage. In: EBM Solutions
Guidelines for Health Care Providers and Consumers [online database].
Issue 1. Nashville, Tenn: EBM Solutions; December 28, 2001. Revised
Acharya AB, Oliver D, Cruz-Flores S. Does size matter? Influence of
rehabilitation facility yearly discharge volume on stroke
rehabilitation outcome. [Abstract] Neurology. 64 March 2005 (Suppl 1) p