Dr. Bhaskar Viswanathan

Dr. Bhaskar Viswanathan, Professor & Head of the Radiation Oncology Department at Amrita Hospital, Faridabad. He is having more than +24 years of experience in the field.

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Dr. Bhaskar Viswanathan, Professor & Head of the Radiation Oncology Department at Amrita Hospital, Faridabad. He is having more than +24 years of experience in the field. He secured his MD from Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology in 1997. He did a one-year clinical research project at Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai in 1998. He enrolled in a one-year clinical fellowship program at Jurivinski Cancer Centre, Hamilton, Canada. He worked as an associate professor in radiation oncology at the Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Bengaluru. He did short academic courses in genetic engineering and human molecular genetics at the Indian Institute of Science research lab and trained at the Bengaluru campus of the Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI).


Radiation Oncology

Work Experiences 

  • Research Fellow (Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai)
  • Assistant Professor (Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology)
  • Clinical Research Fellow (Jurivinski Cancer Centre, Hamilton, Canada)
  • Associate Professor/Professor in Radiation Oncology (Vydehi institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Bengaluru)

Areas of Expertise


Amrita Hospital, Mata Amritanandamayi Marg, Sector 88, Faridabad, Haryana 121002


MBBS, MS (Gen Surgery), DNB Urology


  • Doctor of Medicine (MD)-Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology, Bangalore India-Feb 1994 to Jan 1997
  • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)-Kempe Gowda Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangalore, India-July 1986 to Nov 1993
  • Short term worker after regular hospital work, assisting at a virology lab, in the development of molecular diagnostics for Human Papilloma virus causing cervical cancer at Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Hebbal Campus, Bangalore, India.
  • Training on Good clinical Practice (GCP), 2016
  • One year of Clinical Fellowship at the post grad department, McMaster University (Juravinski Cancer Centre), Hamilton, Canada and Involved in patient care and treatment.
  • Received training in IMRT treatment planning and 3D CRT and Intraluminal brachytherapy in esophageal cancers, Endobronchial brachytherapy and Photodynamic therapy- Jan 2007-Dec 2007
  • Radiation and Hyperthermia training at ERASMUS MC, Rotterdam, Netherlands Sep 2017-Oct 2017.

Awards And Honours

  1. Best paper award-Role of Iron oxide and gadolinium nanoparticles as radiosensitizers in Cancer treatment-Indian Cancer Society conference, Bengaluru, 2018.
  2. Best paper award-Development of novel radiation sensitizer-magnetic hyperthermia nanoparticles for diagnostic (MRI) imaging and treatment of cancer-6 th world congress on nanomedical sciences-ISNSCON-2018, New Delhi, 7-10 January 2019.


  1. Publication quoted in textbook manual –Manual on Image guided Brachytherapy of Inner Organs, techniques, indications and evidence by Konrad Mohnike, Jens Ricke and Stefanie Corradino, Chapter 10. Liver Brachytherapy: experience from Asia, Springer 2021
  2. Evaluation and evolution of apparent diffusion coefficient in image guided adaptive brachytherapy for cervical cancer-Brachytherapy, 2020 Sep 11,S1538-4721(20) 30175-6,doi:10.1016/j.brachy.2020.07.014
  3. A prospective comparative dosimetric study between diffusion study between diffusion weighted MRI(DWI) and T2-weighted MRI(T2W) for targeted delineation and planning in cervical cancer brachytherapy, Reports of practical oncology and radiotherapy: Journal of great Poland cancer centre in Poznan and polish society of Radiation Oncology,28 Oct 2020,25(6):1011-1016, DOI 10.1016/j.rpor.2020.08.008,PMID:33299382
  4. Comparison of altered fractionation schedule with altered fractionation schedule with concurrent chemoradiation for squamous cell carcinoma of head and neck, International journal of research in medical sciences,2020 Aug;8(8), www.msjonline.org
  5. The promise of image-guided brachytherapy of better clinical outcomes in treatment of cervical cancer: Does it deliver? An Indian scenario, July 2018Gynecologic Oncology 150(3) ,July 2018Gynecologic Oncology 150(3) , July 2018Gynecologic Oncology 150(3),DOI:10.1016/j.ygyno.2018.07.012
  6. Impact of nodal boost irradiation and MR-based brachytherapy on oncologic outcomes in node-positive cervical cancer, July 2021Gynecologic Oncology DOI:10.1016/j.ygyno.2021.07.023
  7. Introduction of CEA as tumour marker for para-aortic nodal status in Ca Cervix -A study on 50 patients- communicated article.
  8. Hypo fractionated intensity modulated radiotherapy with concurrent chemotherapy for locally advanced squamous cell carcinoma of head and neck – a pilot study- European journal of pharmaceutical and medical research,2018,5(5)
  9. Comparison of Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy and chemoradiation with Chemoradiation alone in Hypopharyngeal cancers- accepted for publication in European journal of pharmaceutical and medical research
  10. Image guided robotic interstitial brachytherapy, a new innovative treatment for malignancies, Haematology and medical oncology vol3, feb 2018
  11. Role of serum CEA as tumour marker for predicting presence of pelvic and paraaortic lymph node metastasis in SCC of uterine cervix, Journal of Cancer prevention and current research 2017, vol 8. Issue 2
  12. Comparative study on target volume delineation using CT-MRI fusion technology with CT alone in Radiotherapy planning of head and neck cancers-World Journal of pharmaceutical and medical research 2017, 3 (1), 157-166
  13. Actinomycosis masquerading as soft tissue tumour of the thigh-a rare case report-international journal of clinical and diagnostic research, vol 1, issue1, Nov-Dec, 2013
  14. Chronic arsenic exposure and skin cancer-a case report, International journal of chemical and pharmaceutical research, vol 2, issue 3, march 2013
  15. Role of Radiation therapy as a sole modality of treatment in Recurrent Juvenile Nasopharyngeal Angiofibroma: A case report-International Journal Of Chemical and pharmaceutical research- vol1, issue 1,July 2012
  16. Chronic Arsenic exposure and skin cancers-communicated article-Oct 2012.
  17. A novel method in delineation of dose volume parameters in interstitial brachytherapy of ca cervix by fused CT imaging-presented in International satellite symposium of Gynaecological cancers-Oct 2008.
  18. CME on Breast cancers-Sep 2008.
  19. Apoptosis-“Leaves do wither and fall by themselves, but we dearly need those gusty winds”.-Journal of Clinical Radiotherapy and Oncology, Vol 2, no 4, Dec 2004.
  20. Sinus Histiocytosis with nodal and extra nodal involvement-case report, Journal of Indian medical association, Vol 101, no 1, Jan 2003.
  21. Rhabdomyosarcoma of the lip in a child-Journal of Clinical Radiotherapy and Oncology, Vol 3, no 2, June 2003.
  22. Management of Adenoid cystic carcinoma of the cervix (Cylindroma)-Journal of Clinical Radiotherapy and Oncology, Vol 2, no 1, Mar 2002.
  23. Role of Electron beam treatment in post operative management of carcinoma of the breast-Indian Journal of Cancer, Vol 35 Mar 1998.
  24. Role of Bioeffect models in the postoperative radiotherapy of carcinoma of the breast-Journal of Clinical Radiotherapy and Oncology, Vol 12, no 1, 1997.

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