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Lodhi Road Institutional Area, Delhi, India
Posted:
September 29, 2018

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CURRICULUM VITAE

Personal details:

Dr. (Ex Major) Shilpa Sinha, M.D. Radiology.

Email: ac6779@r.postjobfree.com

Mob no: 998-***-****

Correspondence address:

**/*, *-******, *** Enclave, near GTB hospital, Delhi-110093. Permanent address:

24/D, J & K pocket, Dilshad garden, Delhi-110095.

Married to: Dr. (Ex Major) Sathish Kumar S, M.D. Radiology, working at Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital, Delhi.

Professional Summary:

A detail-oriented radiologist, fresh M.D. (2018) with background of having served in Indian Army as Medical officer. I am presently seeking job in a hospital with opportunities to practice my skills and grow as a fine radiologist with whole hearted commitment to patient care. I possess practical knowledge of interpreting Xrays, mammography, USG, Doppler studies, CT (all kinds) and MRI (brain, spine, head &neck, MRCP, abdomen, breast, MSK including exposure to cardiac MRI). I have ample hands on experience of fetal anomaly scans as well as USG guided minor procedures. I can handle large volume reporting well and remain calm under extreme work pressure. I can be counted as a capable team player who is punctual and believes in timely completion of reporting. I am particular about my soft skills with patients and staff. Skills/Work experience

Work experience as a PG trainee in Radiology (Jun 2015-Jul 2018):

Experience in large volume reporting of radiographs/ special procedures.

Ample experience in performing and reporting number of mammograms with additional seven day course for the same at the prestigious SGPGI, Lucknow.

Performed and interpreted large number of USG studies of various body parts

(abdominal, small parts, MSK, Trans-cranial, TVS) on a daily basis in all 3 years of PG training.

Good knowledge of obstetric scans with ample hands on experience in fetal anomaly scans.

Well versed with colour Doppler studies.

I am well versed with CT and MRI reporting with hands on experience of reporting over 3000 CT as well as a similar number of MRI studies during PG training itself under the able guidance of my consultants. I was blessed with this great opportunity as there were only two residents per batch. I have reported various kinds of CT studies including angiograms. I have reported various MRI studies such as brain, head and neck, spine, MRCP, abdomen, MSK (including, knees, shoulder, ankle, brachial plexus etc), breast and been exposed to cardiac MRIs too.

Exposure to various non-vascular and vascular interventions like PTBD and RF Ablation of varicose veins.

I have keen eye for details which has helped in improving patient outcomes with accurate and detailed interpretations of radiology data.

I have good communication skills with patients as well as staff including technicians and fellow doctors from other departments.

I adhere to punctuality and like to be well groomed.

I work with a sense of urgency and strongly feel for the need of timely completion of reporting.

I am a good orator and have done a number of presentations in various regional conferences.

Good knowledge of troubleshooting and maintenance of radiographic equipment.

In-depth knowledge of radiation safety procedures, radiation physics and dosimeter equipment.

I like to keep myself up to date by attending a number of continued medical education seminars.

I am proficient in Microsoft Office Word.

Work experience after MBBS (2009-2014):

Worked as short service commissioned medical officer in Indian Army from 2009 to 2014 in the ranks of Captain and Major.

Gained tremendous experience of working and saving patients (soldiers) under arduous weather conditions and difficult terrains limited facilities that has helped me turn into a responsible and more confident individual/doctor as well as develop a sense of working as a team with staff members.

The organisation has not only helped me hone my skills as a doctor but has also helped me develop crucial administrative skills which will help me to contribute in the betterment of any organization I get hired in future.

Education

M.B.B.S (2003-2009) Lady Hardinge Medical College; Delhi University (Delhi).

(A prestigious all women’s medical college under Delhi university established in 1916 and is one of the top ranked medical colleges in India)

M.D. Radiology Command Hospital, Central Command; affiliated to

(Jun 2015- Jul 2018) King George Medical University, (Lucknow).

(A prestigious Indian Armed Forces medical institute established during the British rule in Lucknow, UP and is one of the seven zonal tertiary care hospitals of Armed forces. It is a multi speciality hospital which caters to all armed forces personnel and their families residing in U.P., Uttarakhand, Bihar and neighbouring nation of Nepal and thus, has a huge patient base. Its radiology department is equipped with CR, mammography unit, 05 state of the art USG machines, 16-slice Philips CT machine, 1.5 Tesla Siemens MRI machine. In addition PET department is equipped with 64-slice CT machine on which coronary angiography is conducted. It is affiliated to King George Medical University, Lucknow which is ranked as fifth top medical university in India according to NIRF ranking 2018 & is best one in Uttar Pradesh.)

CME/academic conferences attended:

August 2015 PGI-AIRP categorical course series, first course on chest and cardiac imaging.

September 2015 Indian society of pediatric radiology (ISPR), 13th Annual National Conference

December 2015 Image guided therapies 2015 by Society of image guided therapy

April 2016 Comprehensive review of Breast Imaging by Breast Imaging Society of India

Nov 2015, Mar 2016, Indian radiological & Imaging Association, Lucknow city chapter. Nov 2017

January 2018 Stanley radiology CME, “ STAR Primer” at Chennai Publication:

Original research article- Neuroimaging in pediatric seizures published in International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences in Issue 1 of January 2017 Vol 5 as a co-author.

Utility of coronary artery calcium scores in predicting coronary atherosclerosis amongst patients with moderate risk of coronary artery disease in Journal of Indian college of cardiology in Issue 2, Vol 7, June 2017 as co author. Awards:

Academic- Awarded 2nd prize as the best speaker/presenter at the Indian radiological & Imaging Association, Lucknow city chapter held in March 2016.

Others (Indian Armed Forces): Awarded the prestigious Chief of the Army Staff Commendation card in 2013 for exceptional work.



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