Partha Sinha MD, MBA, FACNM

Partha Sinha

Partha Sinha
MD, MBA, FACNM

Clinical Associate Professor

Department of Nuclear Medicine

Jacobs School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences


Specialty/Research Focus

Nuclear Medicine

Contact Information
105 Parker Hall
Buffalo, NY 14214
Phone: 716-862-8614
parthasi@buffalo.edu



Education and Training:

  • MBA, Management, George Washington University (2010)
  • Certification in Nuclear Cardiology, Certification Board of Nuclear Cardiology (2001)
  • Fellowship, Positron Emission Tomography, University of Pennsylvania (2000)
  • Residency, Nuclear Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center (1999)
  • Diploma in Radiation Medicine, Nuclear Medicine, University of Bombay (1993)
  • Master of Technology, Biomedical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (1991)
  • MBBS, University of Calcutta (1989)

Employment:

  • Associate Professor, Nuclear Medicine, University at Buffalo (2016-present)
  • Service Chief, Nuclear Medicine, VA Western New York Health Care System (2016-present)
  • Divisional Chief, Nuclear Medicine, Radiology, University of Kentucky (2008–2016)
  • Associate Professor, Radiology, University of Kentucky (2007–2016)
  • Radiation Safety Officer, Kentucky Metabolic Imaging (2000–2007)
  • Medical Director, Kentucky Metabolic Imaging (2000–2007)
  • Assistant Professor, Radiology, University of Kentucky (2000–2006)
  • Chief Resident, Nuclear Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center (1998–1999)


Journal Articles:

Abstracts:

  • Sinha P, Conrad GR, Couch W. Change in SUV of solitary pulmonary nodules (SPN) in delayed 18F-FDG PET imaging: Benign vs malignant nodules. Journal of Nuclear Medicine. 2002; 43(5).
  • Conrad GR, Sinha P, Couch W. The utility of delayed 18F-FDG PET imaging for the evaluation of solitary thoracic lesions. Clinical Nuclear Medicine. 2002; 43(5).
  • Sinha P, Conrad GR, Imperi G. Gastric fundal standardized uptake values of 18-Fluoro-deoxyglucose in positron emission tomography: Diabetic Vs Non-Diabetic. Clinical Nuclear Medicine. 2002; 27(3).
  • Sinha P, Araujo LI. Significance of perfusion defects on 99mTc-MIBI scans that appear worse at rest. European Journal of Nuclear Medicine. 2000; 27(8).
  • Zhuang HM, Sinha P, Pourdehnad M, Duarte PS, Alavi A. The crucial role of FDG-PET in the evaluation of liver metasases from colorectal cancer. Journal of Nuclear Medicine. 2000; 41(5 S2).
  • Zhuang HM, Duarte P, Pourdehnad M, Yamamoto AJ, Loman JC, Sinha P, Alavi A. Incidental findings should be included in the analysis of cost-effectiveness for evaluation of pulmonary nodules by FDG-PET. Clinical Positron Imaging. 2000; 3(4).

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Contact Information

105 Parker Hall
Buffalo, NY 14214
Phone: 716-862-8614
parthasi@buffalo.edu