Few words about self !!
I am DPhil. (Ph.D) in Biomedical Engineering from University of Oxford, UK; I am also a fully qualified medical doctor with the degrees of Bachelor in Medicine and Bachelor in Surgery (MBBS) and a Master's Degree in Medical Science and Technology from Indian Institute of Technology, India. During the last seven years I had the opportunity to undertake research in clinical imaging at internationally-leading research institutes including, University of Oxford, Oxford; Harvard Medical School, Boston and the German Cancer Research Centre, Heidelberg, Germany.
My present research activities are aimed at mathematical modeling and estimation of cerebral haemodynamics in stroke and brain tumours using Magnetic Resonance Imaging. I am also currently involved with universities in India understanding the role of mobile healthcare in developing countries and designing studies to facilitate optimal use of mobile based telecommunication for healthcare delivery.
I am an active member of International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and on scientific reviewer panel for biomedical journals with Elsevier, PlosOne and Future Medicine.
My other areas of interest include History, Egyptology and following recent developments in Science which change our understanding of the past.
Few more words
Nature teaches us perfection! And aspires to achieve the impossible!! Human civilization has always admired the complexity of nature. The birth of Science and Religion are attributed to the human curiosity to understand the fundamental forces and phenomenon's which govern nature's complexity. Religion and Science are very closely related probably because they share the common purpose of origin.
Inspite of all the best efforts by civilizations, Nature maintains its silence and conceals the secrets far beyond our reach shrouded beneath a mystical blanket. The challenge is still on! And we progress everyday little with an illusion of understanding the masterpiece called NATURE!!