Indian Journal of Radiology and Imaging
Indian Journal of Radiology and Imaging was born in 1947, year of
India's independence, under Joint Editorship of Dr. P. Rama Rao and
Dr. K. Manjunath Rai. Excellent scientific papers and material were
published and circulated to all the members. Subsequently, it was
under Editor-in-Chief of Dr. K. P. Modi, Dr. K. M. Rai, Dr. A. N.
Menon, Dr. M. L. Aggarwal, Dr. M. G. Varadharajan, Maj. Gen. S. K.
Dhawan, AVSM, Dr. M. S. Joshi, Dr.Om.J.Tavri, and Dr Srinivas Desai.
Joint Editor and Secretary were Dr. R. F. Sethna, Dr.M.V.Shetty,
Dr.L.R. Parthasarathy, Prof. O.P.Bhardwaj, Dr. P. C. Rajaram, Dr.
M.S. Joshi, Dr. Om J Tavri, Dr. Suren V. Kothari, Dr. Bhavin
Jankharia, Dr. Anirudh Kohli.
The IJRI has won many awards for excellence in medical printing
awarded by Govt. of India and rated as best Journal amongst all
medical Journals in India. Our Journal has got international Code
No. ISSN-0970-3016 and new guidelines to authors were prepared and
given; it is printed in Mumbai. Every year Quarterly issues are published
From Jan 5, 2007, IJRI has started accepting online web submissions
for all articles.
Indian Journal of Radiology and Imaging will provide immediate
unrestricted access to its full text articles. The Journal will not
charge its authors any kind of submission or publication fee
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DOAJ, EMBASE/ Excerpta Medica, Index Copernicus, Indian Science Abstracts, IndMed, MedInd, PubMed Central, Scimago Journal Ranking, SCOPUS
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Indian Radiological & Imaging Association
The 'Indian Radiological Association' took its birth in 1931 in
Calcutta with late Dr. Ajit Mohan Bose as founder President and Dr.
Subodh Mitra as founder Secretary. The first meeting was held on
21st April, 1931 in Calcutta and Capt. M. Mukherjee, Dr.K.B. Ghosh
and Dr. Moitra attended the meeting.
The first Annual Congress of Radiology was held in 1946 at Madras
under the Presidentship of Dr.M.D.Joshi and Secretary Dr.P.Rama Rao.
At that time there were 130 members of the association. Gradually,
there was extension of the Association to other states and a wide
network of state branches and chapters was formed.
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