Dr Indran Davagnanam is a consultant neuroradiologist based at two of the country's premier specialist centres: the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (Queen Square) and Moorfields Eye Hospital. He is proficient in the interpretation of diagnostic imaging of a wide variety of orbital, neurological and neurosurgical conditions, as well as minimally invasive diagnostic procedures such as dacryocystography (DCG), digitally subtracted cerebral catheter angiography and cisterno-myelography. His subspecialty interests include specialist imaging of spinal and spinal cord pathology, stroke, central and peripheral nerves, as well as orbital and neuro-ophthalmological pathologies. He has been invited to give lectures in his areas of interest as well as being published in medical textbooks and scientific journals.
Dr Davagnanam is an honorary research associate of the Department of Brain Repair and Rehabilitation at the Institute of Neurology, and has received grants from the Clinical Biomedical Research Centre (CBRC) and Parkinson’s Disease UK with several local and international research collaborations.
He is the current lead of the Clinical Audit and Quality Improvement Committee (CAQIC) for the Queen Square division as well as a member of the UCH Trust CAQIC central committee and the Clinical Governance committee, Queen Square division .
He established and leads the neuro-ophthalmology multi-disciplinary meeting as well as serving as member of the Radiation Protection Committee at Moorfields Eye Hospital. He also serves as a committee member, tutor and research supervisor for the advanced neuroimaging MSc programme at the Institute of Neurology, and a deanery recognised clinical supervisor for the fellows on the Pan-London Neuroradiology rotation.