Hematology and Oncology, Baystate Medical Center
Tufts University, Springfield, MA, USA
Dr. Saurabh Dahiya worked as a research assistant at the University of Buffalo, New York with Dr. Paresh Dandona where he was involved in multiple research projects on exanetide and inflammation. During his internal medicine residency at Baystate Medical Center/Tufts University School of Medicine, MA, he worked on various retrospective projects on quality of healthcare delivery in hepatitis C patients and hospice care for cancer patients. During his rotations at Cleveland Clinic as a visiting resident and as a clinical fellow in Neuro-Oncology, he developed an interest in clinical research for brain tumor patient. His group is currently working on a large brain metastases study, which would aim to develop a nomogram based on tumor’s molecular profile. He is currently working at hematology and oncology department at Baystate Medical Centre/Tufts University School of Medicine in Springfield, MA.
Metastases to brain from systemic cancer, targeted therapy for brain metastases, prognostication of patients with brain metastases and lymhomatous involvement of nervous system.