Madan M Rehani, PhD   Director, Global Outreach for Radiation Protection Program
Chair, Radiation Safety Committee, MGH

175 Cambridge Street, Suite 244
Boston, MA 02114
Email:   mrehani@mgh.harvard.edu
Phone:   1-617-726-0518

 

 

Biography

  • Credited with contributions in improving radiation protection for patients and staff in over 70 countries by his actions through the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
  • Responsible for establishing an IAEA website on radiation protection of patients, which became a top resource in this area as evidenced by visit statistics
  • Responsible for development of IAEA training material on radiation protection in diagnostic and interventional radiology, nuclear medicine, cardiology and hybrid imaging, all of which are available for free download
  • Established international training programs for interventional cardiologists, doctors who use fluoroscopy outside radiology (e.g., urologists, orthopedic surgeons, gastroenterologist and gynecologists) and vascular surgeons in which he trained doctors from over 60 countries
  • Surveyed eyes of Interventionalists for lens opacities and published several papers
  • Served as Director of Radiation Protection, European Society of Radiology (ESR) and is credited with establishing a new program on EuroSafe Imaging
  • Served as Professor and Head, Medical Physics, Cancer Hospital of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, India
  • Served as Head of the Collaborating Centre of the World Health Organization (WHO) on Imaging Technology & Radiation Protection, which he established
  • Visit Dr. Rehani’s wiki page for more information on his background

Research Interests

At Mass General, Dr. Rehani participates in collaborative activities with several countries as well as international and national organizations to promote safer use of X-rays and radiopharmaceuticals for human application and research. Areas of interest include.

Publications

For an updated list of publications, visit:

Awards