Raja Subramaniam, PhD
- ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Radiology
Research Topics:Computed Tomography, Imaging, Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Raja Subramaniam, Ph.D., is the Chief of Clinical Physics in Radiology Department at Mount Sinai Medical Center. He also holds the position of Associate Professor in Radiology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center.
Dr. Subramaniam received his Ph.D. in Chemical Physics from the University of Maryland, College Park. He went on to do a postdoctoral fellowship in Medical Physics at Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine. Before coming to Mount Sinai, he served as the Director of Radiation Safety and Chief Physicist in Radiology Department at the SUNY Downstate - Long Island College Hospital.
Dr. Subramaniam has over twenty years of experience in Physics of Radiologic Imaging, Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Safety. He is board certified by the American Board of Radiology in Diagnostic Radiologic Physics, Medical Nuclear Physics and Therapeutic Radiologic Physics. He is a member of American Association of Physicist in Medicine(AAPM) and , Radiological and Medical Physics Society of New York, Inc (RAMPS).
Dr. Subramaniam's Clinical interest includes Computed Tomography, Mammography, MRI, Image Quality Optimization and teaching medical physics to Radiology residents.
Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University
PhD, University of Maryland
Healthcare Emergency Prepardness Program
Outstanding Student Research Poster Presentation Award
Shpilberg KA, Delman BN, Tanenbaum LN, Esses SJ, Subramaniam R, Doshi AH. Radiation dose reduction in CT-guided spine biopsies does not reduce diagnostic yield. AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology 2014 Dec; 35(12).
Zuckerman S, Margolies L, Cohen S, Mandeli J, Subramaniam R, Szabo J, Patel N, Sonnenblick E. Radiation dose in the 2D and 3D components of digital breast tomosynthesis. Research 2014 August; 1: 998.
Patel SJ, Reede DL, Katz DS, Subramaniam R, Amorosa JK. Imaging the pregnant patient for nonobstetric conditions: algorithms and radiation dose considerations. Radiographics : a review publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Inc; 27(6).
Subramaniam C, Moore J, Tossell J, Leung K, Coplan M. The (e,2e) Momentum Density Measurements of the Valence orbitals of Hydrogen Selenide. Chemical Physics 1994; 185: 237.
Tossell J, Moore J, McMillan K, Subramaniam C, Coplan M. The Electron Momentum Distribution in the Highest Energy Occupied Molecular orbital of Borazine - Evidence of Localization. Journal of American Chemical Society 1992; 114: 1114.