Dr Rajat Chowdhury
Dr Rajat Chowdhury
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Dr Rajat Chowdhury

MA (Oxon) BMBCh MRCS FRCR PGCME FBIR

Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologist

Dr Rajat Chowdhury, MA (Oxon) BMBCh MRCS FRCR PGCME FBIR, is a proactive and award-winning consultant musculoskeletal radiologist. His daily workload includes treating complex orthopaedic and spinal conditions, major trauma, rheumatology, bone and soft tissue sarcoma, and bone infection. Noted for his expertise in sports imaging and image-guided treatments, he works with professional dancers and elite athletes. Widely published in peer-reviewed journals, he is a renowned author, a sought-after speaker and passionate educator.

He read medicine at Oxford University with periods of study on scholarship at Harvard University, Mayo Clinic, and the Hospital for Sick Kids in Toronto. He undertook surgical training at St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College London, before specialising in radiology on the Wessex Radiology Programme and fellowships at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford, which resulted in him becoming Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologist at Oxford University Hospitals.

His awards include: National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) research scholarship; Radiological Society of North America international academic scholarship; and lifetime Fellowship of the British Institute of Radiology.

Key positions include: advisory editor for Clinical Radiology (journal); lead author of Radiology at a Glance (textbook); lead Lecturer in Anatomy, The Queen’s College, University of Oxford; member of the NICE guidelines committee for Osteoarthritis; member of the steering committee for iRefer at the Royal College of Radiologists; he has chaired the British Institute of Radiology Young Professionals Committee and elected to sit on the Council; and was the national leadership representative for doctors in training at the Academy of Royal Medical Colleges.

Having completed the Royal College of Radiologists’ Leadership Programme, he led Oxford’s Major Trauma Centre’s musculoskeletal trauma radiology service. He holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education, is trained in writing expert witness reports, and has coached senior doctors in interview technique. He previously coxed the Oxford University rowing team and has worked professionally with the dancers of Strictly Come Dancing.

Overview

Dr Rajat Chowdhury, MA (Oxon) BMBCh MRCS FRCR PGCME FBIR, is a proactive and award-winning consultant musculoskeletal radiologist. His daily workload includes treating complex orthopaedic and spinal conditions, major trauma, rheumatology, bone and soft tissue sarcoma, and bone infection. Noted for his expertise in sports imaging and image-guided treatments, he works with professional dancers and elite athletes. Widely published in peer-reviewed journals, he is a renowned author, a sought-after speaker and passionate educator.

He read medicine at Oxford University with periods of study on scholarship at Harvard University, Mayo Clinic, and the Hospital for Sick Kids in Toronto. He undertook surgical training at St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College London, before specialising in radiology on the Wessex Radiology Programme and fellowships at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford, which resulted in him becoming Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologist at Oxford University Hospitals.

His awards include: National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) research scholarship; Radiological Society of North America international academic scholarship; and lifetime Fellowship of the British Institute of Radiology.

Key positions include: advisory editor for Clinical Radiology (journal); lead author of Radiology at a Glance (textbook); lead Lecturer in Anatomy, The Queen’s College, University of Oxford; member of the NICE guidelines committee for Osteoarthritis; member of the steering committee for iRefer at the Royal College of Radiologists; he has chaired the British Institute of Radiology Young Professionals Committee and elected to sit on the Council; and was the national leadership representative for doctors in training at the Academy of Royal Medical Colleges.

Having completed the Royal College of Radiologists’ Leadership Programme, he led Oxford’s Major Trauma Centre’s musculoskeletal trauma radiology service. He holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education, is trained in writing expert witness reports, and has coached senior doctors in interview technique. He previously coxed the Oxford University rowing team and has worked professionally with the dancers of Strictly Come Dancing.

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