Working as Radiologist at Hemalata Hospitals & Research Centre, Bhubaneswar
He has worked in Jaslok Hospital, Mumbai from (2003 to 2004)
Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai from (2004 to 2007)
He is the first radiation oncologist in the state of Orissa (a state in east India) who started Intensity Modulated Radio Therapy (IMRT) at the Hemlata Hospitals and Research Center, Bhubaneswar, Orissa
Palliative medicine & care
MD Radiation Oncology - S.C.B. Medical College & Hospital (AHRCC), Cuttack, Orissa
MBBS from V.S.S. Medical College & Hospital, Burla, Orissa
Oncology training at Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai
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“Prevalence of psychiatric disorder in asymptomatic or minimally symptomatic cancer patients on treatment” JCRT Sept 06, Volume 2, Issue 3
Monthly palliative pelvic radiotherapy in advanced carcinoma of uterine cervix” JCRT Dec 05,VOl 1 Issue 4
“Dosimetric study to evaluate additional rectal and /or sigmoid mucosal point doses during high dose rate (HDR) Intra Cavitary brachytherapy planning”, Oral Presentation at AMPICON 2006, Bhubaneswsar 9th to 12th Nov 2006
“Weekly Cisplatin with Radiation in Locally –advance Carcinoma of Uterine Cervix”. Oral presentation at the 2nd SAARC Conference on Clinical Oncology at Kathamandu, Neapl, 7th to 9th March 2003
“A Retrospective analysis of 59 cases of Metastasis Brain Tumor”. Oral Presentation at the 23rd National Conference of AROI, Chandigarh