Professor Sanjay Gandhi is Head of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging at the University of Bristol. He is the Core Clinical Service Research & Innovation Lead at North Bristol NHS Trust (NBT), which is the largest tertiary care teaching hospitals in South West England. In his 30-year medical career spanning over the UK, Indian and the USA healthcare sectors, Dr Gandhi has won several outstanding achievement awards for his contributions to Healthcare Innovations and Higher Education. Times TV Network honoured him as a ‘Global Academic Icon’ and the British Medical Association (BMA) as a ‘Highly Commended Editor’. Dr Gandhi has received consistently excellent ratings for providing high- quality patient care.
He is a frequently invited Keynote speaker and moderator at prestigious international conferences. In addition to conventional and modern medical imaging techniques, Prof. Gandhi has lectured widely on Telemedicine, Computer-Aided Detection/Diagnosis (CAD), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Augmented/Virtual Reality (VR) and other latest healthcare innovations.
Since 1991, he has taught at leading universities in England, India, Wales and the USA. Dr Gandhi has been regularly teaching trainees students from the University of Bristol and the University of West of England since 1998.
He established a new lecture programme with the University of West of England (UWE) in 2008 to
teach Telemedicine and Teleradiology. As the popularity of this programme increased, Prof. Gandhi expanded it to include newer topics such as Computer-Aided Detection and AI to these lectures. Since 2015, as an Honorary Professor, he also teaches at two Commonwealth Universities. Prof. Gandhi has held several other senior posts including the position of Lead Radiologist for South West NHS England & NHS Improvement. Prof. Gandhi is regional Chairman of the British Institute of Radiology.
He has regularly published accomplished articles and research papers in reputable international
indexed Journals such as the British Journal of Radiology (BJR), Clinical Radiology and the British Journal of Hospital Medicine (BJHM). Prof. Gandhi sits on the Editorial Boards of four peer-reviewed medical Journals and has published several Editorials on the use of high-tech medicine to improve patient care. Dr Gandhi has been an advisor to several medium to large multinational organisations. Prof. Gandhi has contributed to the development of National Imaging Guidelines for the Royal College of Radiologists;. He has Co-authored and Edited 8 award-winning medical textbooks and developed several eLearning tools and teaching Apps. As a result of his vast contributions to healthcare, medical research, Editorials, teaching and mentoring activities at leading universities in the UK and abroad, regular conference lecturers and authorship of award-winning medical textbooks, Professor Gandhi is widely recognised as a global academic icon.