Dr. Deepanjali Adulkar Radiation Oncologist in Mumbai

Dr. Deepanjali Adulkar
Radiation Oncologist, Mumbai

MBBS, DNB (Radiation Oncology), Fellowship in Radiation Oncology


  • Languages :Hindi, Marathi, Telugu, English

Experience

Resident in Radiation Oncology, Yashoda Hospitals, Hyderabad April, 2012 -  April, 2015

Fellow in Radiation Oncology, Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai August, 2015 -  July, 2017

Consultant Radiation Oncologist, MPCT hospital- A Surana Associate, Mumbai September, 2017 -  Present

Specialities

  • Radiation Oncology

Expertise

Expertise in Independent planning and implementation of IMRT, IGRT, VMAT, 3DCRT ,Gated radiotherapy, Stereotactic Radiosurgery, Intra-cranial and Extra-cranial Stereotactic Radiotherapy and Image guided (CT based) HDR brachytherapy.

Education

MBBS, 2010, Seth G S Medical college & KEM Hospital, Mumbai, Mumbai, India

DNB Radiation Oncology, 2015, Yashoda Cancer Institute, Hyderabad, Hyderabad, India

Fellowship in Radiation Oncology, 2017, Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, India

Practice Information

MPCT Hospital-A Surana Associate, Mumbai

MPCT Hospital-A Surana Associate, Mumbai

Sector 4, Budhyadev marg, Sanpada East, Navi Mumbai, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400705

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Dissertation (as a requirement for the Diplomate of National Board, Radiation Oncology degree): Adulkar Deepanjali Gangaram, Srinivas Chilukuri. Impact of deep inspiratory breath hold technique in post-mastectomy left sided chest wall irradiation. 
  • Research project (as a requirement for the HBNI fellowship degree) Deepanjali Adulkar, JP Agarwal. Influence of comorbidity on therapeutic decision-making and impact on outcomes in patients with head and neck squamous cell cancers: results from a prospective cohort study 
  • Chilukuri, S., N. ChandraSekhar, M. Umamahesh, S. Rajani, A. Deepanjali, and S. Keskar. "Is it Time to Revise Imaging Guidelines for Response Assessment after Temoradiation and Surgery for GBM? Sensitivity, Specificity, and Predictive Value of MR Spectroscopy and Perfusion for the Detection of Tumor Progression after Temoradiation." International Journal of Radiation Oncology• Biology• Physics 87, no. 2 (2013): S259. 
  • Chilukuri, S., N. Mohammad, A. Deepanjali, V. S. Subramaniam, A. Gandhi, T. Swamy, M. Kathirvel, N. S. Ghadyalpatil, and K. Sreekanth. "Two Prescription Dose Levels as Safe as 3-4 Prescription Dose Levels in IMRT for the Treatment of Neck Nodal Regions in Head and Neck Cancers." International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics 1, no. 90 (2014): S550
  • Chilukuri S, Adulkar D, Subramaniam S, Mohammed N, Gandhi A, Kathirvel M, Swamy T, Kumar KK, Yadala N. PO-0881: Patient selection for DIBH technique for left sided breast cancers: Impact of chest wall shape. Radiotherapy and Oncology. 2016 Apr 1; 119:S422.
  • ICMR Short Term Studentship in 2008
  • Awarded with the Best paper In Young Radiation Oncologists of India (YROC) conference in 2014
  • Faculty speaker at the 3rd joint Maharashtra-Karnataka chapter- MSAROICON 2017 on “Respiratory Motion management-An Overview
  • Faculty speaker at the state level conference MSAROICON 2016 on “Molecular targets for radiation response in Gliomas”. 
  • Poster presentation titled “A prospective study evaluating the clinical outcomes in patients with oligo-brain metastasis treated with frameless SRS: Preliminary data” at ISNOCON 2016
  • Free paper presentation at ISNOCON 2015 titled "Is it Time to Revise Imaging Guidelines for Response Assessment after Temoradiation and Surgery for GBM? Sensitivity, Specificity, and Predictive Value of MR Spectroscopy and Perfusion for the Detection of Tumor Progression after Temoradiation." 
  • Awarded Best Paper in the Thorax & Breast session at Young Radiation oncologist Conference 2014 for the Paper titled “Voluntary deep inspiratory breath hold technique for post mastectomy left sided chest wall radiation: A simple technique to reduce cardiac and pulmonary late effects.” 
  • Poster presentation on “Dosimetric impact of deep inspiratory breath hold Technique in left sided chest wall irradiation" at Indian Cancer Congress 2013
  • Association Of Radiation Oncologists Of India ( AROI)