PHYSICIAN SCIENTIST SPIRITUALIST MEDITATOR YOGI

DR. INDRANILL BASU-RAY

Dr. Basu-Ray is a Cardiologist trained in one of the newer
subspecialties called Interventional Cardiac Electrophysiology.
This is one of the youngest subspecialties of cardiology and has
only a few trained physicians worldwide updated with current
practice with the majority being in the United States of America.
Dr. Basu-Ray performs complex ablations for Atrial Fibrillation
and Ventricular Tachycardia. He also implants Pacemakers,
Implantable Cardiac Defibrillators (ICDs), and Cardiac
Resynchronization Devices, including state-of-the-art recently
devised devices like Leadless Pacemakers, Subcutaneous ICDs
and Cardiac Modulation Therapy devices. In addition, he has
conducted lectures & workshops on the latest interventional
ablation techniques at academic institutions in the US and India

About INDRANILL BASU RAY

Exemplary Leadership Positions and Worldwide Impact

Dr. Basu Ray’s adjunct professorships at The University of Memphis and AIIMS Rishikesh signify his significant contribution to nurturing the next generation of healthcare professionals.

Chairman & Founder:

The American Academy of Yoga and Meditation, an institution dedicated to merging the principles of yoga with contemporary medical practices for holistic patient care.

Adjunct Professorships:

With roles at The University of Memphis and AIIMS Rishikesh, Dr. Basu Ray is shaping the next generation of healthcare professionals.

CARDIOLOGY & EP

Dr. Basu Ray is trained in Medicine and Cardiology from India, Interventional Electrophysiology and Device therapy from the University of Toronto…

YOGA & MEDITATION

Dr. Basu Ray has been practicing meditation since the age of six years. He has practiced various kinds of meditation including Kriya Yoga…

PUBLICATIONS

Sudhakar D, Schwing G, Monzelun D, Zhang L, Shah SK, Pujara D, Ting K, Rafeh NA, Ali G, Cassidy M, Ellenbogen A, Levine G, Lam W and Mathuria N. Complex Left

RESEARCH

Dr. Basu Ray research interest includes interventional therapies for cardiac disorders like A trial Fibrillation and Ventricular Tachycardia.

SPIRITUALITY

Dr. Basu Ray was born in a middle class Bengali family in Kolkata, India. From a young age he was keenly interested in knowing the secrets of this universe…

ARTICLES

In a fast-paced world where stress & lifestyle diseases are unavoidable, incorporating yoga into daily routine can be a game changer for overall well-being. 

DR INDRANILL BASU-RAY IN USA NEWS

Yoga and Cardiovascular Disease

Dr. Indranill Basu-Ray is at the forefront of blending modern cardiology with ancient wellness practices. His groundbreaking work explores the significant effects of yoga and meditation on heart health. As the Editor-in-Chief of the inaugural scholarly publication on this topic, Dr. Basu-Ray extends our comprehension of cardiovascular health beyond conventional limits. He is an advocate for holistic methods and patient-centric approaches that consider both the mind and the body. Dr. Basu-Ray’s unwavering commitment heralds a new paradigm in medicine, emphasizing the importance of the mind-body connection in fostering resilience and overall health.

Dr. Basu-Ray envisions a medical future where integrative therapies are fundamental in cardiac care. His approach heralds a new era of optimism and encourages patient autonomy. By endorsing holistic practices alongside traditional medicine, he promotes a culture of empowerment that supports compre

Mind, Body, And Diabetes: A Journey To Wellness

EDUCATION & MEDICAL TRAINING

Educational Pedigree

Dr. Basu Ray’s remarkable achievements stand as a testament to the power of persistence and unwavering dedication. From esteemed institutions like the Texas Heart Institute to groundbreaking research initiatives, he exemplifies the spirit of resilience and innovation.

His commitment to excellence and relentless pursuit of knowledge serve as an inspiration to us all. Let his story remind us that greatness is within reach for those who dare to dream and work tirelessly to turn those dreams into reality.

In the face of challenges, let us draw strength from Dr. Basu Ray’s example, knowing that with determination and perseverance, we too can overcome any obstacle and make a meaningful impact on the world around us. Let his legacy ignite the fire within us to strive for excellence and leave a lasting mark on the world.

Texas Heart Institute, Baylor College of Medicine, 6770 Bertner Avenue, Houston, Texas 77030.

Tulane Heart and Vascular Institute, Tulane University, New
Orleans, LA.

State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY

Heart Center, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA.

St. Michael’s Hospital, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.

Vijaya Heart Foundation, Madras Medical College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. — Leading to Diplomate of the National Board in Cardiology.

Motilal Nehru Medical College and SRN Group of Hospitals, University of Allahabad, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India.

MBBS, Nilratan Sarkar Medical College and Hospital University of Calcutta, Calcutta, West Bengal, India.

expertise

Fellowship

Cardiac Electrophysiology

Texas Heart Institute, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

Cardiovascular Disease

Tulane Heart and Vascular Institute New Orleans, LA

Electrophysiology research

Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

Ablation video

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Occupational Stress, disease and
role of Yoga

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LATEST BLOGS

Insights from the Heart

Featured Articles

Explore Dr. Basu Ray’s written works, where he delves into contemporary issues in cardiology, the science behind yoga’s healing powers, and the future of integrative medicine.

In a fast-paced world where stress and lifestyle diseases are unavoidable, incorporating yoga into your daily routine can be a game-changer for your overall well-being. The way I see it, yoga isn’t just about bending and stretching; it’s a holistic practice that harmonizes the body, mind and spirit. This ancient Indian practice has evolved over millennia but remains rooted in fostering inner peace and physical vitality. For the common man, this means having an accessible tool for enhancing health without needing specialized equipment or gyms.

Heart failure (HF) is a pervasive and growing health issue worldwide. It affects approximately 64 million people globally. The numbers are on the rise due to ageing populations and the increasing prevalence of contributing diabetes. Heart failure doesn’t just affect the heart; it impacts a person’s entire life, making everyday activities challenging and diminishing overall quality of life. Patients in their final stage are restricted by severe breathlessness on even minimal or no exertion, accumulation of fluids inside the body, and finally die due to mechanical failure of the heart. This growing epidemic emphasizes the urgent need for innovative treatments like Cardiac Contractility Modulation (CCM). Dr. Indranill Basu-Ray, an Indian-American cardiologist and cardiac electrophysiologist based in Memphis performed one of the early CCMs in the world.

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Honors and Recognitions

With a litany of accolades, including the “Best Young Investigator” award and nominations as a top educator, Dr. Basu Ray’s achievements mirror his exceptional contribution to medical sciences and education.

Best Young Investigator

Best Young Investigator award in KC Heart Rhythm Society 2016, for research on modification of
CHADS2VASC for non-atrial fibrillation stroke.

Best Teachers

Nominated as one of the top 10 “Best Teachers” at Ochsner Clinic Foundation among 900 employed academic physicians in over 80 specialties — Teaching medical students, residents, and fellows from the
University of Queensland, Ochsner Clinical School, Tulane University, and Louisiana State University, (medical campus).

Prosector

Prosector in anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, forensic medicine, and ophthalmology; an honor given by subject to exemplary students who are considered capable of teaching their peers. The prosector is selected by competition among students who have received grades over 60% in the pre-final exams. Dr. Basu Ray also holds “honors marks” (grades higher than 75% in multiple subjects in the graduation-level exams).

 Ranked first in University

First MBBS (Medical Graduation) examination. North Bengal Medical College and MD. (Doctor of Medicine) examination. 1997. Motilal Nehru Hospital and Swaroop Rani Nehru Hospital, Allahabad, UP, India.

Testimonials: Voices of Impact

Hear from those touched by Dr. Basu Ray's healing hands, innovative teaching, and groundbreaking research. These stories embody the transformative experiences of his patients, students, and colleagues.

"Working with Dr. Basu Ray has been a pivotal turning point in my cardiac health journey. His integrative approach, combining advanced cardiology with the healing practices of yoga and meditation, provided me with the tools I needed not just to manage my condition but to thrive. His deep understanding of the heart as a physical and emotional center is truly remarkable. I am eternally grateful for his compassionate care and innovative treatment strategies, which have significantly improved my quality of life."
James D.
Patient
"As a medical student under Dr. Basu Ray's tutelage, I found his teaching methods profoundly enriching. His ability to seamlessly integrate complex cardiology concepts with holistic wellness practices has deeply influenced my educational experience and future professional ethos. His lectures are insightful and inspiring, driving me to pursue excellence with a heart-centered focus. Dr. Basu Ray doesn't just teach medicine; he imparts a life-changing philosophy of care."
Anita R.
Medical Student
"Dr. Basu Ray’s contributions to mind-body medicine, especially within the context of cardiology, are visionary. As a colleague, I've observed his relentless pursuit of research and clinical application of yoga in cardiovascular treatment. His work has paved the way for innovative therapies that have shown tremendous potential in improving patient outcomes. His passion for blending ancient wisdom with modern science is inspiring and a testament to his dedication to patient-centered care."
Dr. Rachel K.
Research Collaborator and Peer

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