About Dr. Atul Prakash

As the author of upwards of 150 articles and chapters in scholarly journals and 
other medical publications, Dr. Atul Prakash has practiced and conducted 
research in three countries. Dr. Atul Prakash is an extensively trained and 
experienced cardiologist and electrophysiologist. Prior to his professional 
pursuits, Dr. Atul Prakash pursued his education at S.N. Medical College and 
Agra University in Agar, India. He then completed his training at Batra Hospital 
and Research Center in New Delhi, Central Middlesex Hospital in London, Passaic 
General Hospital in New Jersey, the prestigious Guy's Hospital, and King's 
College London.

Today, Dr. Atul Prakash draws on more than 20 years of experience as a Clinical 
Assistant Professor at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey 
and as a Clinical Associate Professor at Seton Hall University. Additionally, 
Dr. Atul Prakash serves on the staff of St. Joseph’s Hospital, Jersey City 
Medical Center, St. Mary’s Hospital, Pallisades Hospital, Christ Hospital, and 
Mountainside Hospital. The former president of the Indian-American Medical 
Society of New Jersey, Dr. Atul Prakash is a Fellow of the Royal College of 
Physicians in the United Kingdom and the Heart Rhythm Society. A noted lecturer, 
Dr. Atul Prakash travels the world to deliver presentations on a variety of 
topics. Dr. Atul Prakash has spoke on “Management of Atrial Fibrillation,” 
“Management of Diabetes and Cardiovascular Risk Factors,” and “Atrial Pacing 
for the Prevention of Atrial Fibrillation.”

Outside of his endeavors as a speaker, professor, and physician, Dr. Atul  Prakash utilizes his clinical experience to conduct research projects to 
advance the fields of cardiology and electrophysiology. At present, he serves 
as a principal investigator at several institutions, working on syncope and 
launching a multicenter U.S. study on syncope. A dedicated philanthropist, 
Dr. Atul Prakash supports Hindu American Seva Charities, a goverment-backed 
nonprofit that links with an interfaith organization.