Gopal Raman Sharma is Professor and Head of Department of Neurosciences, Nepal Mediciti, Lalitpur, Nepal. Before joining this institute he was Professor and Coordinator of M Ch program (Neurosurgery) at Department of Neurosurgery, National Academy of Medical Sciences (NAMS), Bir Hospital. Dr. Sharma graduated in medicine and surgery from Institute of Medicine (IOM), TUTH, Kathmandu, Nepal in 1990. After completing Neurosurgical Residency program, in 2000, he was awarded Master Degree (MS) in Neurosurgery by Karachi University, Pakistan. After that, he did the fellowship in neurovascular surgery from Kurume University, Japan in 2010. In 2013, he completed Neurovascular training at Department of Neurosurgery, Helsinki University, Finland. In 2014, he has been awarded Fellowship (FICS) in Neurosurgery by International College of Surgeons, USA. He has been recognized as an International Fellow of American College of Neurological Surgeons (IFAANS) by AANS (American Association of Neurological Surgeons) in 2017 Dr. Sharma has been awarded with "OV Jooma Gold Medal (1997)", "Birendra - Aishwarya Medal (2001)", "B & B Best Paper Award (2002)" and "Best Doctor of the Year Award (2007) and (2011)" by Government of Nepal, NAMS, Bir Hospital. This year, in 2017, Nepal Government has awarded "Prabal Janasewashree" to him which was decorated by HH President of Nepal.
Dr. Sharma is a life member of Nepal Medical Association (NMA), Society of Surgeons of Nepal (SSN), Founder and life member of Nepalese Society of Neurosurgeons (NESON), member of Asian Association of Neurological Societies (ACNS), Member of World Federation of Neurosurgeons (WFNS), Member of European Neurosurgical Society (EANS), Member of Society of British Neurological Surgeons (SBNS), Member of American Association of Neurosurgical Society (AANS), member of Cerebrovascular Section of AANS/CNS, member of Vascular Neurosurgery Section of EANS.
Currently, Dr. Sharma is President of Neurovascular Chapter of NESON. He is immediate past President of Nepalese Society of Neurosurgeons (NESON), and former General Secretary of South Asian Association of Neurosurgical Society (SAANS).