Dr. Vinay Deshmane Surgical Oncologist in Mumbai

Dr. Vinay Deshmane

Surgical Oncologist, Mumbai

MS, DNB, FRCS, MD (London), FICS.

  • 2 Hospitals
  • 27 Years Experience


  • Currently associated with P.D. Hinduja National Hospital and The Shushrusha Hospital and The Asian Institute of Oncology, Mumbai
  • Joined the Tata Memorial Hospital and spent the next 7 years training in various aspects of surgical oncology, both clinical & research, 1989


  • Surgical Oncology (Cancer Surgery)



  • MBBS from University of Bombay, 1983. Grant Medical College
  • M.D from University of London, U.K. Feb 2001
  • FRCS   Glasgow, 1999
  • Diplomate of the National Board, New Delhi, General Surgery, 1988
  • Master of Surgery from University of Bombay, 1987

Practice Information

P.D. Hinduja National Hospital & Research Center, Mumbai

P.D. Hinduja National Hospital & Research Center, Mumbai

Veer Savarkar Marg, Mahim, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400016

Breach Candy Hospital, Mumbai

Breach Candy Hospital, Mumbai

60-A, Bhulabhai Desai Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400026

Achievements & Contributions

  • Ranked 3rd in the Master of Surgery examination held by the University of Bombay in 1987
  • Young Scientist Award at the Sixth Biennial National Cancer Congress of the Indian Society of Oncology, February 1994, Calcutta, for the paper "Pharyngoesophageal segment manometry: its role in determining post-laryngectomy speech."
  • ICRETT International Cancer Fellowship (UICC) (Nov-Dec 1994): Project: Carbon dioxide laser in laryngeal and hypopharyngeal tumours under the supervision of Professor W. Steiner (Germany)
  • Imperial Cancer Research Fund, U.K., Clinical Research Fellowship, 1 Nov 95 - 31 Oct 96
  • Breast Cancer Campaign Fellowship, U.K. Nov 96 - 31 Oct 99
  • Awarded Fellow of the International College of Surgeons, Indian Chapter, 2001
  • Outstanding Paper Award at the XVI th Joint Congress of Asia & Pacific Federations & 51st Annual Conference of the International College of Surgeons, November 2005, Mumbai, for the paper “ Familial Medullary Thyroid Cancer and the RET proto-oncogene”