Vascular & Interventional Radiology
MBBS, FRCR, FAMS
He is an expert in performing minimally invasive interventional procedures under image guidance. He is also a proctor and supports procedures and operations in the other countries in the region independently.
Dr Manish Taneja did his initial medical training in Delhi, India. He subsequently moved to the UK where he specialized in Radiology with an interest in Interventional Radiology. He obtained his FRCR & CCST (Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training) from the UK.
Dr Manish has two interventional fellowships in body and neuro-intervention of one year each from University of Toronto, Canada & University of Washington, Seatle, USA.
After completing his training, he joined Singapore General Hospital, Singapore as a Consultant in 2006. He moved to Raffles Hospital in 2012. He is also a Visiting Consultant at National Neuroscience Institute and National University Hospital, Singapore.
Dr Manish performs the entire spectrum of vascular and nonvascular interventions. He is well versed and proficient in all kinds of procedures across various specialties including neurological, vascular, oncology, head and neck, chest, hepatobiliary, gastro-intestinal, musculoskeletal, uro-renal and genital systems. He has special interest in performing minimally invasive endovascular procedures in brain and body.
He has a special interest in performing minimally invasive endovascular procedures in brain and body. A number of these procedures are an alternative to traditional method of open surgery with quicker and faster recovery time, and at the same time being more comfortable for the patients.
- Medical School: Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi University, India.
- Residency: All Wales Higher Training programme in Radiology, Cardiff, UK.
- Fellowship in Interventional Radiology: University Health Network including Toronto General, Mount Sinai, Princess Margaret and Toronto Western Hospitals, Toronto, Canada.
- Fellowship in Interventional Neuroradiology: Harborview Medical Centre, University of Washington Medical Centre, Seattle Children’s Hospital, University of Washington, Seattle, USA.
Dr Manish has also lectured extensively both locally and abroad. He has nearly 30 publications in various local and international peer reviewed and indexed scientific journals.
Principle investigator: Randomized control study comparing plain balloon angioplasty, self expanding drug eluting stent and stent graft in management of cephalic arch stenosis in hemodialysis access patients: funded by NKF, Singapore from January 2011-12
Licensure, Certification and Memberships
Fellow, Academy of Medicine, Singapore
Member, American Medical Association
Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists, London
Full registration- General Medical Council, United Kingdom
Specialist accreditation and Full Registration- Radiology, Singapore Medical Council