Dr. Srinivasan went to medical school in Chennai, India and pursued radiology residency at the All India Institute Medical Sciences in New Delhi. Subsequently, he did a Neuroradiology fellowship at the University of Ottawa in Canada and then joined as faculty at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, USA.
He is a Professor of Radiology, the Associate Chair for Operations, Quality & Safety and has previously served as Director of the Neuroradiology division at the University of Michigan from 2012-2022. He received the RSNA research scholar award from 2008-2010 for his project titled ‘Creation of prediction model for response to chemoradiation in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma’. He is actively involved in many research projects involving advanced imaging technologies such as diffusion and perfusion imaging including artificial intelligence.
He has published over 165 papers, written 8 book chapters and presented over 120 scientific or educational presentations at national and international conferences. He has served on the editorial board on the Head and neck section of two premier radiology journals “Radiology” and “European Radiology”, is the Radiology editor for JAMA-Otolaryngology, Deputy Editor for Radiology: Imaging Cancer and Associate Editor for Brain in Neurographics.
He is a frequent speaker at national radiology and neuroradiology conferences in the US including the RSNA, ARRS, ASNR, ASSR, ASFNR, ASHNR and WNRS. He was selected as the ASNR international outreach visiting Professor twice, once in 2017 (Thailand) and then in 2020 (Brazil). He is currently the President of the American Society of Head and Neck Radiology (2022-23), 1st Past President of the Western Neuroradiological Society and Chair of the ABR core exam committee for neuroradiology. He also served as Chair of RSNA scientific program committee for neuroradiology from 2015-2018. He received the RSNA Honored Educator award in 2023 and the Fellow of the American College of Radiology distinction in 2021.
Head and neck imaging, brain tumor imaging, advanced neuroimaging
Medical School or Training
- Madras Medical College, Chennai, India, 1998
- All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India, Radio-Diagnosis, 2001
- Neuroradiology, The Ottawa Hospital, 2005
- Diagnostic Radiology