Dr. Ramachandran qualified from Guy’s & St. Thomas. Following a year lecturing at St. George’s Medical School (during with he attained a PGHCE), he trained in general radiology (FRCR), followed by fellowships in interventional and urological radiology. The latter steered him to the centre of excellence at UCLH where he undertook subspecialist training and was appointed as a substantive consultant.
He is currently regional lead for renal cancer radiology and a core member of the prostate, bladder, penile and testicular MDTs. He also helped to establish the radical prostatectomy surgical planning meeting which been shown to improve surgical outcomes.
He is a core member of the urological interventional radiology team, undertaking a wide range of procedures including nephrostomies, ureteric stenting, biopsy and PCNL.
His main research interests are in the novel use of imaging in urological disease and the use of medical informatics to support patient care. He is currently joint national lead for the NIHR Health Informatics Collaborative in prostate cancer. Current imaging projects include the development of 3D renal models for nephrectomy / ablation planning and the use of touch-free interfaces in surgery.
“UCLH is renowned as a world leader in urological imaging. I feel very privileged to be part of this team, and indeed of the outstanding and inclusive, urological surgery and oncology teams.”
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