Dr. Nallamshetty is also the President of Radiology Associates of Florida (RAF) and has served on the Executive Board of Directors of RAF since 2011. As President, he oversees the hospital, outpatient, and teleradiology practice operations, imaging utilization, quality, strategic planning, and growth. RAF is currently composed of 110+ board-certified radiologists who provide diagnostic and interventional radiology services throughout Florida and are the primary teaching faculty for the University of South Florida (USF). RAF physicians are JV owners of Tower Radiology, a network of 18 outpatient diagnostic imaging centers in the Tampa Bay region with 400+ support teammates.
Dr. Nallamshetty is triple board-certified and has been named as one of the “Best Doctors in America and Tampa Bay” for the 10+ past consecutive years. He serves as the Chief of Staff for Tampa General Hospital, a 1100+ bed, level 1, quaternary referral center. TGH has 1600+ medical staff members and is ranked the #1 hospital in Tampa Bay and top 50 nationally in 6 specialties. At USF, he is an Associate Professor of Radiology and Cardiology and director of Cardiac Imaging. He has authored over 50 peer-reviewed articles in the fields of cardiac and vascular imaging. Dr. Nallamshetty is truly excited to be part of the mission to transform radiology and elevate the services that we provide our patients and health care partners.
He is a Costin Institute Scholar in osteopathic medical education and received the Presidential Achievement Certificate for his medical and surgical mission work in Ukraine from the American Osteopathic College of Ophthalmology. In 2006 he was awarded the Distinguished Clinician of the Year Award from the Mayo Clinic Health System in Albert Lea. In 2007 Dr. Skorin was named Distinguished Practitioner of the National Academies of Practice in the Osteopathic Medical Academy and had served as its Chair. In 2016 he was named Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences NP/PA Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program-Educator of the Year. In 2017 the American Osteopathic College of Ophthalmology awarded him the Governor’s Achievement Certificate. He enjoys cruising the country lanes in his 1956 Chevrolet Bel-Air convertible.
Recently, He has oriented his research toward establishing neural features associated with consciousness. he is leading a multimodal PET/fMRI study of brain mechanisms associated with the serotonin psychedelic psilocybin, to better understand how this promising and broadly applicable therapeutic affects the brain. He is collaborating with neurologists at Rigshospitalet including a project evaluating fMRI measures in coma patients to identify neural markers of conscious awareness and recovery.
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