Dr. Arjun Burlakoti is a senior Human Anatomy (Neuroanatomy) lecturer at the University of South Australia. He started teaching at the University of South Australia in July 2010. He is a Medical Graduate from the Division of Medicine, at Kathmandu University. Dr. Burlakoti has worked as a surgical medical officer in a tertiary hospital (Kathmandu Model Hospital) in Kathmandu. He is a permanent member of the Nepal Medical Council.
Dr. Burlakoti completed his "PhD-Med (Neurovascular Anatomy and Pathology)" and graduated from Adelaide Medical School, The University of Adelaide, Australia. He explored cerebral basal arterial network (CBAN) morphology, variations, asymmetries, and aneurysms in cadaveric brains (by performing dissections at Adelaide Ray Last Anatomy Laboratory, UniSA Anatomy laboratory, Flinders Medical Centre), and Radiographic Images (cerebral magnetic resonance angiography; MRA and computed tomography angiography; CTA) from South Australia Imaging Centre, Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Dr. Burlakoti has been involved in teaching Human Anatomy and performing cadaver dissection for the past 16 years in different parts of the world including Kathmandu (Kathmandu Model Hospital School of basic sciences), Shandong North East China (Weifang Medical University), South Australian Institute of Business and Technology (SAIBT), Adelaide Medical School (University of Adelaide) and the University of South Australia (July 2010 to continuing).
He has worked as a neuroanatomy, systemic, and functional anatomy dissection instructor at Weifang Medical University, Sangdong China, and the University of Adelaide, South Australia.