Dr. Vikram Raut
MBBS, MS, Fellowship in liver Transplant & HPB Surgery from Japan, France & South Korea

Dr. Vikram Raut, MBBS, MS, Fellowship in liver Transplant & HPB Surgery from Japan, France & South Korea, is a Consultant Hepatobiliary and Liver Transplantation at Apollo Hospitals, Navi Mumbai. He has extensive experience of Living-donor liver transplantation and had been working as a leading consultant at one of the best hospitals in India. He has a cumulative experience of over 1000 liver transplants.

Training in Liver Transplantation and HPB surgery: He completed his surgical training at B.Y. L Nair hospital Mumbai. He went to Kyoto University Hospital, Kyoto Japan for fellowship in liver transplantation. He also had training in liver transplantation and hepatobiliary surgery in Hospital Beaujon, Paris, France and Asan Medical Center, Seoul, South Korea. Recently he completed Robotic and Laparoscopic Liver Surgery training at Yonsai University and Seoul National University Seoul Korea.

Achievements and awards: During his training he received “International Travel Scholar Award 2010” given by International Liver transplantation society, (ILTS) for clinical training in Liver Transplantation.

  • ‘Takeda Science Foundation Scholar’ given by Takeda Science Foundation, Osaka, Japan for research on need of splenectomy in ABO-incompatible liver transplantation with pre-operative
    Rituximab prophylaxis
  • ‘Young Investigator Award’ by European Association for study of the liver Disease (EASL), at
    Berlin, Germany
  • ‘Travel award’ at Japan Surgical Society’s Annual conference at Kyoto, Japan
  • ‘Best oral presentation’ at XXIII National Conference of Indian Association of Surgical

His clinical interests include ABO-Incompatible Liver Transplantation, Small-for-Size Syndrome, Living donor Liver Transplantation for Hepatocellular carcinoma and Laparoscopic/Robotic Liver Surgery. He played an important role in India’s 1st ABO – Incompatible Liver Transplantation in India (transplantation across the blood group) to increase the donor pools at Medanta the Medicity in Jan 2012.