Dr. Kshitij (Kish) Mankad is Consultant Paediatric Neuroradiologist & Paediatric Neuroradiology Specialty Lead, Department of Radiology, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (GOSH), London, UK. He is an Associate Professor at the GOS UCL Institute of Child Health. He is also the Chair of the British Paediatric Neuroimaging Group.
He has an extensive education and training portfolio, having directed and delivered comprehensive teaching programmes across UK, Australia, China, India and South America. He has been a Visiting Professor to SickKids, Toronto, University of Messina in Italy, and University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, USA and was awarded the 2020 Outreach Professor in Neuroradiology to Ghana by the World Federation of Neuroradiological Societies. He also serves the University College London Hospital and all private paediatric hospitals in the city of London.
Dr Kish Mankad has an extensive education and training portfolio, having directed and delivered comprehensive teaching programmes across the UK, Australia, China, India and South America. He also directs the Paediatric Neuroradiology Masterclass at GOSH and is currently setting up a Diploma in Paediatric Neuroradiology with the UCL in London.
Kish Mankad's clinical academic interests are diverse including neuro-oncology, infective and inflammatory diseases, brain malformations, white matter disorders, movement disorders and epilepsy. He has authored five textbooks, 175 peer-reviewed publications and several book chapters.
His international collaborations include Stanford University, Dobyns Lab in Seattle, Neuro-MIG COST Europe, Christian Medical College Hospital, Vellore as well as Gaslini Children’s Hospital, Genoa. He is a core member of the Brain Tumour Imaging group with SIOPe, and a member of the ASPNR, RSNA, ESNR and BSNR.Kish is also a trained Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt and has completed the MBA essentials programme with the London School of Economics. As such he is passionate about quality and safety improvement, with a strong focus on healthcare economics and organisational behaviour.