Rajesh K. Gupta, MD, offers patient-centered care by being thorough, attentive and informative. He treats adult and senior patients for neuroinflammatory or neuromuscular disorders and allocates time to answer any concerns his patients may have. As part of his subspecialties, he sees patients for conditions such as multiple sclerosis, neurosarcoidosis, autoimmune encephalitis, NMO, Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS), myasthenia gravis, neuropathies, etc.

After completing advanced neurology training at Harvard University, Dr. Gupta worked as a neurologist for Sanford Health. There, he was a director overseeing care for neuro-inflammatory diseases and co-director of the ALS clinic in North Dakota. He also served as an Assistant Professor in Neurology at University of North Dakota. He is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Clinical Neurophysiology and Neurology.


Medical Degree (MBBS)
Sawai Man Singh Medical College - Rajasthan, India
Masters Degree
Clinical Research, Rush University Medical College - Chicago, IL
Doctorate Degree
Pharmacology, University of Delhi - New Delhi, India
University at Buffalo State University of New York - Buffalo, NY
Neurology, University at Buffalo State University of New York - Buffalo, NY
Clinical Neurophysiology, Tufts University School of Medicine - Boston, MA
Neuroimmunology/Advanced General Neurology, Harvard Medical School - Boston, MA

Areas of Interest

Clinical Interests

  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Encephalitis
  • Neurosarcoidosis
  • CIDP
  • Myasthenia gravis
  • Neuropathy
  • EMG
  • Neuromuscular disorders


  1. Kang M, Gupta RK, Srinivasan J. Peripheral Vasculitic Neuropathy Associated With Minocycline Use. Journal of Clin. Neuromuscular disease 2018 Mar;19(3):138-141
  2. Sofat P, Teter B, Kowak KS, Gupta RK ,Ping L. Time Interval Providing Highest Yield for Initial EEG in New Onset Seizures. Epilepsy research 2016 Aug 31 127:229-232
  3. Singh K, Gupta RK, Kamal H, Wolfe G, Silvestri NJ. Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome Secondary to Blood Transfusion. Journal of clinical Neuroscience. J Clin Neurosci. 2015 Mar 22; (3):592-4
  4. Prabhakaran S, Gupta R, Ouyang B, John S, Lee V, Temes R, Bleck T. “Subclinical Brain Infarcts Following Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage”. Stroke. 2010 Jan; 41(1):89-94.
  5. Gupta RK, Rehan H, Rohatagi A, Bhattacharjee J. “Effects of Antidiabetics on nontraditional cardiovascular risk factors in newly diagnosed type 2 diabetic patients”. International journal of diabetes in developing countries, July 2010