Having qualified from All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) New Delhi, Dr Gulati choose to pursue a career in radiology. After qualifying in 1993 Dr Gulati became a senior registrar at AIIMS for three years, he then joined the faculty at AIIMS, initially as Assistant Professor and later as Associate Professor until 2005. During this period he undertook fellowships in the USA and UK in interventional radiology and cross-sectional imaging. In 2003 he was awarded the first national VP Lakhanpal gold medal for contributions to radiology by the Indian College of Radiology and Imaging. Dr Gulati was granted the FRCR without exam through nomination based on his professional and academic contributions.
Dr Gulati practises at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in South East London, as Consultant Radiologist. Additionally he holds an honorary contract with Guys' and St Thomas' Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, where he teaches weekly. Dr Gulati has published more than 70 peer-reviewed articles and case reports in journals including several randomised controlled trials. He has authored several chapters in books and regularly lectures at regional and international meetings. As an experienced radiologist he also teaches Radiology Registrars and undergraduates and belongs to the tutors group for the Kings FRCR course. In addition Dr Gulati also participates in the Royal College of Radiologists activities.