Dr.M. Babaiah

Dr.M. Babaiah
Radiation Oncologist, Hyderabad


  • 1 Hospital
  • 39 Years Experience
  • 1 Recommendation
  • Medical Director at American Oncology Institute and has made tremendous strides in improving cancer care in India
  • Registrar, AIIMS New Delhi from 1981-1983
  • Head of Department of Oncology at Medwin Hospital from 1989-2004 (15 years)
  • Director Yashoda Cancer Institute from 2004
  • Professor of Oncology, Deccan Medical College
  • First Radiation Oncologist to start practice in corporate setup in Andhra Pradesh
  • First Radiation Oncologist to start procedures like IMRT, IGRT  in South India. He has completed above 5000 IMRT procedures
  • First Radiation Oncologist to start RAPID ARC in India. He has completed about 2000 Rapid Arc procedures
  • He also started for the first time in Andhra Pradesh the post graduate teaching program in Radiation Oncology DNB courses
Teaching Experience:
  • Teaching M.D Students at AIIMS as registrar from 1981-1983
  • Teaching Royal College Students from 1983-1988
  • Teacher for National Board (DNB Radiotherapy) since 15 years
  • Teaching MBBS Students since 15 years


Consultant, Citizens Hospital, Hyderabad


  • Radiation Oncology



MBBS, 1975, Kurnool Medical College, Kurnool

MD, 1981, AIIMS

Practice Information

American Oncology Institute, Hyderabad

American Oncology Institute, Hyderabad

Nallagandla, Serilingampally, Hyderabad, Telangana - 500019


10:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Conducted Several  National and International Clinical Trails. The significant one was the popular  ALIMTA trail. Dr. M. Babaiah was one of the three principal investigator from India
  • Nargisdutt  Foundation Award in 1992
  • Vaidyasiromani  Award in 1997
  • Pioneer in  Oncology Award in 2009
  • Rayalaseema Ratna  Award in 2011
  • Visista UGADI PURASKARAM Award in 2012
  • Achievements:Teacher for the 1st  qualified DNB post graduate of A.P
  • First Radiation  Oncologist in South India to start IMRT, IGRT,  and Rapid Arc in Radiation Oncology
  • Past President of  Association of Radiation Oncologist of India (A.P Chapter)
  • Editorial Board  Member Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics
  • Tumors of PINEAL  region. J.  Clinical Radiotherapy Oncology. 6(2) : 20-23, 1991
  • Cuteneous  Metastasis of occult primary carcinoma of Thyroid detected by FNAC – a case  report. J.  Clinical Radiotherapy Oncology. Vol.4, No.2 : 43-45, June – 2004
  • Experience with  Alpha-2 interferon at Medwin cancer Centre, Hyderabad, India  – A preliminary report.Ind.J.  Med & Ped Oncology. Vol.16 : 25-31, 1995
  • Treatment of  Esophageal Cancer at Medwin Hospitals - A preliminary report.Selectron  Brachytherapy Journal. Vol. 6, No.1, 1992
  • Metastasis skull  secondaries from Adenocarcinoma of the Oesophagus. J. Clinical Radiotherapy Oncology. 8(1) : 46 –  48, 1993
  • Early Carcinoma  Penis treated with Radiation Therapy - A preliminary report. Journal  of Medical Physics. 19, 2, (1994)
  • Volumetric  modulated ARC-Based hypofractionated sterotactic radiotherapy for the treatment  of selected intracranial arteriovenous malformations: Dosimetric report and  early clinical experience.  - Int.J. Radiation Oncology Biol. Phys.,  pp. 1-7,2011
  • Volumetric  Modulated Arc Therapy Vs Conventional Stereotactic Radiotherapy Techniques for  Benign Intracranial Tumors. Astro-2011
  • Feasibility of  Left sided Chest wall irradiation with volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy.-  Astro-2011
  • Comparison of  High Definition and Millennium Multi Leaf Collimators using Volumetric  Modulated Arc Therapy in the Treatment Advanced Head Neck Cancers – Is smaller  always the better? Astro – 2011
  • Comparison  Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy Vs. Intensity Modulated Stereitactic radiotherapy  vs. conventional stereotactic Radiotherapy Techniques for Benign intracranial  Tumors.Estro-2011
  • Impact of  introduction of Rapid Arc Technology in a Busy Clinical Department: Comparison  of Treatment time and Monitor Units (MU) With Conventional IMRT Technique.  Estro-2011