MD (RD), DNB (RD), DM (NIR), FRCR (UK), MNAMS
Specialties: Radiology, Interventional Radiologist
Address: Sparsh Super Speciality Hospital, 4/1, Tumkur Road, Yeshwantpur, Bengaluru 560022
080 4910 8000
080 61 222 000
Dr. Bhaskar is a consultant interventional radiologist in SPARSH Hospital, Bangalore. He has graduated from the prestigious Bangalore medical college and research institute (BMCRI) at 2006, pursued his post-graduation in merit at JJM medical college with two gold medals. He worked in Puspagiri institute of medical sciences (PIMS) as a teaching faculty and as a consultant in Thiruvalla for a year, later he persuaded DNB (RD) at 2011, he scaled to his core interest of neuroimaging and intervention, topped in the entrance for DM (NIIR) at NIMHANS and completed his super speciality with extensive hard work and gained in-depth knowledge in Neuro Imaging and interventions in 2014.
He has persuaded the prestigious FRCR degree from Royal College of Radiologists, London, in 2018. Followed by this he worked as a consultant at Apollo speciality hospital in Madurai. He was first the one to perform mechanical thrombectomy in short duration with the excellent outcome at south Tamilnadu. After that, he served in Vikram hospital, Bengaluru with wonderful stroke and endovascular programme and gained popularity. Now he is handling the Radiology department at SPARSH. He is excellent in academics with multiple invited talks in regional and national conferences. Also, he has contributed in many peer-reviewed Publications
He is a member of Indian Radiological and Imaging Association (IRIA), Indian Society of Vascular and Interventional Radiology (ISVIR), Indian Society of Neuro-Radiology (ISNR), Royal College of Radiology (RCR), London, National academy of medical sciences (MNAMS).
Areas of interest:
- Neuro imaging (brain and spine structural and functional imaging)
- Neuro interventions: Brain and spine vascular and non-vascular interventions.
- Acute stroke imaging and interventions.
- Peripheral interventions, vascular malformations, embolisations.
- Fetal MRI