- American Board of Radiology - Diagnostic Radiology
- Guntur Medical College, 1991
Residencies & Internships
- Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, Diagnostic Radiology, MI, 2002
- Hurley Medical Center, MI, 1998
- Government General Hospital, AP, 1993
- Henry Ford Hospital, Body Imaging-Rad., MI, 2004
Dr. Sabala Mandava is the division head of breast imaging and was the fellowship director for the breast imaging fellowship from 2011 – 2019. She completed her residency at Michigan State University-Flint Area Medical Education and her fellowship in women's imaging at Henry Ford Health System.
Her practice is devoted to the early detection of breast cancer using state-of-the-art imaging and the most current national guidelines. She is passionate about patient-centric care and educating and empowering women about their healthcare options.
Dr. Mandava is a champion for, and committed to, diversity, equity and inclusion within the healthcare system and reducing the healthcare disparities among women and minorities. She was appointed by the governor to the State of Michigan Women’s Commission in 2020 to evaluate and improve the needs of the women of Michigan.
In her free time, Dr. Mandava enjoys reading, traveling and spending time with her husband and two children.
- Division Head - Breast Imaging
Dr. Mandava has co-authored two books on breast imaging and is a co-investigator on several multinational clinical trials evaluating new techniques for the early detection of breast cancer. Her roles also include serving on several committees for national radiology organizations.
Awards and Honors
- Member, State of Michigan Women's Commission (2020)
- Chair, Refresher Course ASC Committee of the Radiological Society of North America
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