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Radiology and Imaging Sciences

Academics
Courses offered:
  • M.D. Radio Diagnosis
  • B.Sc. Allied Health Sciences (Radiology & Imaging Sciences Technology) 
  • M.Sc. Medical Imaging Technology 
  • M.Sc. Medical Radiology & Imaging Technology ( 5 yr integrated course )
Training: 
The Department has been running Postgraduate courses in Radiology since 1997 with an annual intake of 3 students for MD (Radio diagnosis) and 6 students for Diploma in Medical Radio Diagnosis (DMRD) initially till 2003. At present the annual intake of Post graduate students is twelve for MD (Radio Diagnosis). The department imparts training in both conventional radiology and modern imaging techniques viz. US, CT, MRI, Nuclear Medicine and DSA.

A well planned teaching and training programme spread over 3 years is being conducted so as to make the students fully competent to practice, teach and also research in various sub specialties of radiology. The Postgraduate training offered by this department involves in addition to routine didactic lectures, seminars by postgraduates, group discussion and inter-departmental meetings. The journal club helps in learning recent advances. 

The hands-on-experience in the various branches are made mandatory. Worth mentioning in this connection is that our postgraduates are given adequate exposure and training in interventional procedure both vascular and non-vascular. 

The turnover of cases in the department is steadily increasing in all the sections enabling the postgraduates to have a wide exposure in the discipline of radiology. Till date, fifteen batches have been trained in the department. Due to the advancement in technology in medical imaging, it is also important to train the supporting staff and technicians. Hence, the B.Sc Allied health science course was started in the year 1996 and fourteen batches have completed. M.Sc Medical Imaging Technology course started in the year 2006 and M.Sc MRIT in the year 2013.

Teaching Schedule For Postgraduates Students
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Awards:
2017
Prof. P. M. Venkata Sai has been awarded Dr.Mihir Mitter Memorial oration ICRI 2018 “High Resolution targeted ultrasonography as a diagnostic and the rapeutic aid in dentistry”.
RARE held at Sri Ramachandra University on 1st February 2017 won Prof.R.Natarajan Gold Medal for the prize exam for the best outgoing postgraduate student Dr.Remya Baburaj

2016
ISRT RADCON 2016 held at Calicut Kerala  on 3rd& 4th December 2016 Ms.PandiMeena B.Sc., AHS has won II prize in Quiz Competition.
ISRT RADCON 2016 held at Calicut Kerala on 3rd& 4th December 2016 Ms.PandiMeena B.Sc., AHS has won II prize in Quiz Competition.
ISRT RADCON 2016 held at Calicut Kerala on 3rd & 4th December 2016 Mr.Gopalakrishnan B.Sc., AHS has won II prize in Quiz Competition.
RITE 2016 (Ramachandra Imaging Technology Education) held at Sri Ramachandra University on 5th – 6th March 2016 Ms.Kavitha B.Sc., AHS has won 1 prize in Quiz Competition

2015
“Radiology gold medal for the best student in M.D. Radiodiagnosisto Dr. Shubha for the year 2015. At the 22nd convocation function at SRMC & RI at 3.30 pm on 05.09.2015.
RARE held at Sri Ramachandra University on 18th  – 22nd   February 2015 won Prof.R.Natarajan Gold Medal for the prize exam for the best outgoing postgraduate student Dr.Shubha
RARE held at Sri Ramachandra University on 18th  – 22nd   February 2015 won Prof. V Vidhyanathan Certificate for best performing PG student of  2014-2015 to Dr. T. Lokesh.

2014
“Radiology Gold Medal for the best student in M.D. Radio diagnosis to Dr.Subhashree Ramaswamy for the year 2014. At the 20th convocation function at SRMC & RI at 4.30 pm on 28.11.2014

Sri Ramachandra University Awarded to Prof. P. M. Venkata Sai for having rendered Twenty Five years of service in this institution on 18th September 2014.

RARE held at SRMC on 13th – 16th February 2014 won Prof.R.Natarajan Gold Medal for the prize exam for the best outgoing postgraduate student Dr.SubhashreeRamaswamy

RARE held at SRMC on 13th – 16th February 2014 recognition ward to Dr. Rajamanianand