Dr Sniya Valsa Sudhaakr is a professor at the Christian Medical College, which is a large quaternary referral centre in the India Fellowship, from SickKids Toronto. He believes that the child should come first, always.
- Neuro metabolic
- Neuro inflammatory
- Fetal Imaging
- AI in Paediatric Neuroradiology, specifically Neuro genetics
- DNB Radiology
- Paediatric Neuroradiology Fellowship
- Neurogenetic, metabolic diseases
- Use of AI in neurogenetics and deep phenotyping
News & Publications
'White Matter Anatomy: What the Radiologist Needs to Know'. Victor Wycoco, Manohar Shroff, Sniya Sudhakar, Waynee Less, Neuroimaging Clinics. Volume 23, Issue 2, Pages 197-216, May 2013 published online 21 January 2013
Calcifying fibrous tumour: an unusual omental lesion. Sniya Sudhakar, Yogesh Mistry, Arindam Dastidar, SudiptaSen, Sridhar Gibikote. Pediatric Radiology Volume 38, Number 11/November, 2008 1246-1248 Paediatric Radiology
Invited Review Article on Imaging in Paediatric Demyelinating and Inflammatory Diseases of brain Part 1. Sniya Valsa Sudhakar, Karthik Muthuswany, Manohar Shroff-accepted in Indian Journal of Paediatrics 2015.
'Beta Propellar protein associated neurodegeneration (BPAN): a rare cause of infantile autistic egression and intracranial calcification' S Yoganathan, S Sudhakar M Thomas, G Arunachal, accepted in Neuropediatrics in November 2015
Imaging in Inflammatory paediatric CNS disorders - Invited review article in journal of Magnetic Resonance Imagining
Radiogenomics in paediatric metabolic diseases, A primer for paediatricians - Invited review article - Indian Journal of Paediatrics
Clinical profile and outcome of children with opsoclonus myoclonus ataxia syndrome (OMA)-Accepted in Annals of Neurology
Clinico-radiological Specrum of L-2-Hydroxy Glutaric Aciduria: Typical and Atypical Findings in an Indian Cohort. Accepted in Journal of Clinical Imagining Science
Reliability of Imagining-Based Diagnosis of Lateral Ventricular Masses. World Neurosurgery,Volume 124,April 2019, Pages e693-e701
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