Akshay Shah
Dr Akshay Shah
Senior Consultant
Speciality
Medical Oncology, Hemato-oncology and BMT
Qualification
  • MBBS
  • DNB
Experience
14 Years
Gender
Male
Language Spoken
English
Hindi
Marathi
Location
Consultation Charges
1850
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About

Dr Akshay Shah is a Consultant in Medical, Haemato-Oncology, and Stem Cell Transplants at Gleneagles Hospitals, Parel, Mumbai with 14 years of professional experience. In addition to DNB (Medical Oncology and Hematology), Dr Akshay Shah has a fellowship in Stem Cell Transplant from Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and the University of Washington Medical College.
Dr Shah underwent over three years of extensive training in Stem Cell and Bone Marrow Transplants. Soon after his training, he began performing Stem Cell Infusions and Bone Marrow harvests. During his residency, he was also trained to manage solid Tumors and Hematologic Malignancies, along with general Hematology.
He has assisted and performed over 130 transplants. He has also performed over 100 Bone Marrow aspirations and Biopsies, Lumbar puncture, intrathecal injections, pleurodesis, and intraperitoneal injections.
Dr Akshay Shah has attended several conferences, workshops, and seminars, such as the International Leukemia Conference, Annual Haematology Conference, Bone Marrow Transplant Conference, and many more.

Experience

Dr Akshay Shah holds expertise in Stem Cell and Bone Marrow Transplantation. In his professional medical career, Dr Shah has dealt with complex conditions like Acute Myeloid Leukemia, Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, Breast Cancer, and Ovarian & Paediatric malignancies and Hepatocellular Carcinoma.

Achievements

⦁    Weekly case discussions of solid Tumours-like Breast and Lung Carcinomas
⦁    Weekly paper presentations on Leukemias
⦁    Weekly presentation on ongoing Stem Cell Transplants
⦁    Fortnightly discussion on Lymphomas
⦁    Daily ward and Transplant rounds with bed-side case discussions and presentation

Qualifications

MBBS, DNB, DNB

Publications

  • Weekly case discussions of solid tumours-like breast and lung carcinomas
  • Weekly paper presentations on leukemias
  • Weekly presentation on ongoing stem cell transplants
  • Fortnightly discussion on lymphomas
  • Daily ward and transplant rounds with bed-side case discussions and presentation

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