Sushil Yadav

Assistant Professor - Senior Scale

Department of Medical Imaging Technology



    Sushil Yadav is Assistant Professor - Senior Scale in the Department Medical Imaging Technology, MCHP, MAHE, Manipal.

    He :

    • Coordinator of MSc. MIT
    • Member of Academic Operation Committee, MCHP
    • Member of Radiation Safety committee, Kasturba Hospital, Manipal
    • Member of Special Committee to observe compliance to the guidelines at various units of MAHE
    • PG thesis guide
    • Internal ISO auditor, MCHP



Subject Subject code Semester
Recent Trends in Magnetic Resonance Imaging BMIT 308 BSc. MIT, 6th Semester
Care of patient’s in Diagnostic RadiologyCare of patient’s in Diagnostic Radiology MIT 701 MSc. MIT 3rd Semester
Patient care and Radiation Evaluation in Radiology and Nuclear Medicine MIT 707 MSc. MIT 3rd Semester
Advanced techniques & Instrumentation of MRI MIT 702 MSc. MIT 4th Semester
Advanced tech. & Instrumentation in Radiology Department MIT 708 MSc. MIT 4th Semester


Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
BSc. MIT Medical Imaging Technology MCHP, MAHE 2006
MSc. MIT Medical Imaging Technology MCHP, MAHE 2010


Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
Manipal College of Health Professions, MAHE Assistant professor- Senior Scale Coordinator – MSc. MIT 2013 - till date
SOAHS Assistant professor- Senior Scale In charge 2010-2013
SOAHS Assistant Professor In charge 2009-2010
SOAHS Lecturer In charge 2006-2009


Area of Interest

Physics of Medical Imaging, Radiation Safety, MRI

Area of Expertise

Medical Imaging Technology

Area of Research

CT dose optimization

Professional Affiliations & Contributions

·         Life Member of Indian Association of Radiological Technologists (Membership no: 2439)

·         Life time member of Karnataka Medical Radiographers and Allied Technologists Association

Contributions (Office barriers, Members of BOS of other universities etc.):

BOS Member for Allied Health Programs, Goa University, GOA

Sexual Dimorphism of the Sacrum in South Indian Population Using MRI

Comparison of Radiation Dose in Brain Imaging Between 64 Slice and 16 Slice CT

Estimating The Clinical Diagnosis And Radiological Diagnosis in Brain Computed Tomography

Comparison of Effective Dose between Adult and Pediatrics Brain Using Dose Length Product

Comparison of Pulmonary Artery Diameter Between Patients with Pulmonary Artery Hypertension and Asymptomatic Adults Using Computer Tomography

Effect of 300 Angle Board for Demonstrating Intra Patellar Joint Space in Skyline Projection of Knee Joint

    The radiologist’s right hand

    27th August 2013

    Carrier 360 The Education Hub