Dr. Madhu Nair
Oral and Maxillofacial Radiologist
, ABOMR Diplomate
“I enjoy the challenge of providing technology-driven consults to our clinicians, helping them achieve the best possible clinical outcomes. Outside of work, you can find me enjoying time with my family, reading, listening to music, going on long walks, and catching up on the latest in car news.”
Dr. Madhu Nair is currently the Assoc Dean of Graduate Studies and a tenured Professor, as well as the Director of the Imaging Center at the Texas A&M Univ College of Dentistry. He serves on the faculty at the Baylor University Medical Center hospital as a Professor in the Dept of Surgery. Dr. Nair was formerly a tenured Professor and founding Chair of the Dept of Diagnostic Sciences as well as the founding Program Director of the Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology Residency Program at the Univ of Florida where he held a joint appointment in the Dept of Radiology as Division Chief through the UF College of Medicine and the Shands Hospital system. He was a former Director on the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology. He holds several official positions with national and international organizations in radiology.
He has several publications and book chapters to his credit, as well as a long track record of research funding. He serves on the editorial board of peer reviewed journals including OOO. His research interests include 3D imaging, image analysis, teleradiology, radiology informatics and quantitative imaging. He established and ran one of the largest teleradiology networks in the US at the Univ of Florida. Dr. Nair chaired the joint expert panel on behalf of the AAOMR on the position paper on the use of Cone Beam Computed Tomography in Endodontics along with the AAE.
He graduated from the UNC-Chapel Hill Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology graduate program and completed another Master’s program at the Goteborg University in Sweden followed by a PhD in Radiology under the mentorship of Dr. Grondahl and Dr. Webber. He also completed fellowship training in Medical Radiology Informatics at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center while serving as the Director of Radiology at the University of Pittsburgh.