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Rajiv Mangla

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionSchool of Medicine and Dentistry
DepartmentImaging Sciences
AddressUniversity of Rochester Medical Center
School of Medicine and Dentistry
601 Elmwood Ave, Box 648
Rochester NY 14642
 
 Awards And Honors
1993     Silver Medal in recognition of exceptional social work.  | Post-graduate Institute of Medical Sciences
2007     Magna Cum Laude Award  | American Society of Neuroradiology
2007 - 2011Power Hour  | American Roentgen Ray Society
2008     Certificate of Merit  | American Roentgen Ray Society
2008     RadioGraphics solicitation of education exhibit  | Radiological Society of North America
2010     Magna-cum Laude  | American Society of Neuroradiology
2010     Certificate of Merit  | American Roentgen Ray Society
2011     Certificate of Merit  | American Roentgen Ray Society
2011     Third best educational poster  | Association of University Radiologists
2012 - 2013Shu-Ren Lin Award for Excellence in Radiology Teaching  | University of Rochester Medical Center, Dept of imaging Sciences
2013     Editor's Recognition Award for Distinction in Reviewing  | Radiology
2013     Certificate of Merit  | Radiological Society of North America
 
 Overview
Dr. Rajiv Mangla is an Assistant Professor of Imaging Sciences at the University of Rochester Medical Center.
Dr. Mangla is an American Board of Radiology certified radiologist who completed his Neuroradiology, advanced neuroimaging, interventional radiology and emergency radiology fellowships at University of Rochester and then continued as faculty member in neuroradiology. He is committed to provide excellent patient care in all aspects of the brain, spine, head and neck imaging with further expertise in advanced brain imaging and interventional spine procedures.
Born in India, he did his medical school, internship and residency in radiology from post graduate institute of medical sciences India. He was further trained in Magnetic resonance imaging at Apollo hospital and Rajiv Gandhi Cancer institute Delhi. He moved to United States in 2006 and spent 2 years as a dedicated researcher in advanced neuroimaging. His research has led to award winning publications in distinguished journals and conference proceeding. His current research lies in neuroimaging applications of CT and MRI with focus on perfusion, spectroscopy, diffusion tensor imaging and functional imaging. His goal is to develop imaging biomarkers that can help in diagnosis and determine the prognosis of neurological diseases and disorders. He is an avid educator here at the University of Rochester, and has received prestigious Shu-Ren Lin Award for Resident Teaching.

 
 Selected Publications
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  1. Mangla R, Ginat DT, Kamalian S, Milano MT, Korones DN, Walter KA, Ekholm S. Correlation between progression free survival and dynamic susceptibility contrast MRI perfusion in WHO grade III glioma subtypes. J Neurooncol. 2014 Jan; 116(2):325-31.
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  2. Mangla R, Ekhom S, Jahromi BS, Almast J, Mangla M, Westesson PL. CT perfusion in acute stroke: Know the mimics, potential pitfalls, artifacts, and technical errors. Emerg Radiol. 2014 Feb; 21(1):49-65.
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  3. Ginat DT, Mangla R, Yeaney G, Johnson M, Ekholm S. Diffusion-weighted imaging for differentiating benign from malignant skull lesions and correlation with cell density. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2012 Jun; 198(6):W597-601.
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  4. Ginat DT, Mangla R, Yeaney G, Schaefer PW, Wang H. Correlation between dynamic contrast-enhanced perfusion MRI relative cerebral blood volume and vascular endothelial growth factor expression in meningiomas. Acad Radiol. 2012 Aug; 19(8):986-90.
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  5. Mangla R, Kolar B, Almast J, Ekholm SE. Border zone infarcts: pathophysiologic and imaging characteristics. Radiographics. 2011 Sep-Oct; 31(5):1201-14.
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  6. Mangla R, Kolar B, Zhu T, Zhong J, Almast J, Ekholm S. Percentage signal recovery derived from MR dynamic susceptibility contrast imaging is useful to differentiate common enhancing malignant lesions of the brain. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2011 Jun-Jul; 32(6):1004-10.
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  7. Ginat DT, Mangla R, Yeaney G, Wang HZ. Correlation of diffusion and perfusion MRI with Ki-67 in high-grade meningiomas. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2010 Dec; 195(6):1391-5.
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  8. Mangla R, Singh G, Ziegelitz D, Milano MT, Korones DN, Zhong J, Ekholm SE. Changes in relative cerebral blood volume 1 month after radiation-temozolomide therapy can help predict overall survival in patients with glioblastoma. Radiology. 2010 Aug; 256(2):575-84.
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  9. Donahue LA, Mangla R, Westesson PL. Neuroimaging in myotonic dystrophy type 1. Neurology. 2009 Dec 1; 73(22):1931.
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