MEET A/PROF RONIL CHANDRA
Associate Professor Ronil Chandra is an academic NeuroInterventional Radiologist at Monash Health and Monash University. He received his Diagnostic Neuroradiology Fellowship from The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Australia prior to moving to Boston, United States of America, where, after a further two years of specialty training, he received his Fellowship in NeuroInterventional Radiology from Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School.
As a senior clinician at Monash Health, Ronil led the development of the multidisciplinary Endovascular Clot Retrieval service for ischaemic stroke, which is now established as a designated statewide service across the South East of Victoria. He also works as part of the multidisciplinary Neurovascular Surgery service, utilising his expertise in all aspects of Neurovascular Radiology in treating patients with cerebrovascular conditions of the brain and spinal cord.
Ronil’s current leadership positions include, Head of NeuroInterventional Radiology, Head of Stroke Imaging and Endovascular Clot Retrieval, and Head of Neurovascular Imaging research within the Monash Imaging Department at Monash Health. He is passionate about fostering positive team engagement and motivation through developing system processes and methods that support operational efficiency and service development, whilst contributing to effective models of patient care and treatment that lead to high quality patient outcomes.
With an active interest in innovative research methodologies and leveraging the capabilities of advancing digital technology, Ronil aims to successfully translate research outcomes into clinical practice that benefits all members of the community. He has a joint appointment as Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery and the Department of Medicine at Monash University. He is a recipient of grant funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia to help improve outcomes for patients with brain aneurysm related subarachnoid haemorrhage, has authored over 120 publications and book chapters, and has lectured at more than 80 academic national or international teaching and research forums.
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