Head of Department

Name:  Dr. Radha Gulati Ghildiyal

Positions held - Professor and Head,

    Incharge of dedicated Pediatric COVID ward,

    LTMMC & GH, Sion 

Staff Positions Held:


Post ( Pediatrics)





18-01-1989 – 18-04-1990




19-04-1990 – 09-02-1994



Associate Professor

24-02-1994 – 09-02-2003




10-02-2003 – 14-03-2017



Professor & Head

15/03/2017 – to date





Teaching Experience and Examinership :


Undergraduate Teaching Experience ( MBBS ) :   since August 1986 ( 30  years )

Post Graduate Teaching Experience( MD, DCH) :  since January 1989 (  28 years )

BSc students of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy :  for 10 years

Examiner for MBBS, DCH, MD ( Pediatric ) Courses of the  University of Mumbai, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences ( MUHS ), Ahmedabad University.

Fellowship Examiner : Maharashtra University of Health Sciences ( MUHS )

Examiner for the Diplomate National Board Examination

Member of the Post Graduate  Academic Cell : TNMC & B Y L Nair Hospital.

Served on an Interview Panel both for the MCGM posts as well as for the ESIS as an Expert.


Trainer :

International Board Certified Lactation Consultant

Street Children Project – BMC

Core Member Multi-Disciplinary Child Protection Cell : TNMC & BYL Nair Hospital

IMNCI Trainer

National  Level Lactation Trainer


Prizes, Awards and Certificates of Honour :

Awarded  6 University Scholarships from the Mumbai University during the MBBS course.

3 Distinctions in Undergraduate career

Over 10 awards at National Conferences for papers presented.



Over fifty publications in both National and International journals

18  articles as Guest Author

4  chapters in a Pediatric Textbook


Organizer for Conferences and Workshops in various capacities including Organizing Secretary, Coordinator or as Faculty at over 35 scientific events

Papers presented:

Over 50 papers/ posters presented at various Conferences or Scientific meets.

Research including Dissertations

Completed over 34 research projects.

Principal Investigator in a Research Trial on Rota Vaccine conducted by the Serum Institute of India.( Completed in February 2017)