Dr S.K. Gupta is a medical oncologist who has over 11 years of quality experience from one of the most renowned hospitals like Medanta, The Medicity, Gurugram (Delhi-NCR) and HCG Hospital Bangalore. Dr S.K. Gupta possesses expertise in Blood & Bone Marrow Transplant especially for non cancerous disorders like aplastic anaemia diagnosis and treatment, thalassemia, sickle cell disorders. His fields of focus also includes, handling all kinds of
Haematological disorders in both child and paediatric patients like Leukaemia, Lymphoma, Myeloma Thalassemia and specialized in treating diseases which affect blood and bone marrow directly or indirectly. He has performed more than 50 bone marrow transplants including successful half match transplant (Haplo) & matched unrelated transplant by procuring voluntary bone marrow stem cells from USA, Germany and Poland. ...read more
Award & Recognization
Alloreactivity in BMT to prevent GvHD – 2012.
First Prize – Army Research Hospital, Delhi – Alloreactivity before allogenic PBSCT as a predictor of GvHD – 2013 – Award for Thesis work
Best Hemato-Oncologist 2015, Six Sigma Excellence Health Service Award – 2015.
Member of ASCO – American Society of Clinical Oncology.
Member of ISHTM – Indian Society of Haematology and transfusion medicine
Member of ASH – American Society of Haematology.
Case report- Giant cell transformation of podocyte an unique histologic feature associated with a rare renal disease – APCON – 2007.
Case report- subacute combined degeneration of spinal cord in a child – IJP-Volume 78 – 2011.
Case report- Disseminated histoplasmosis in a patient with aplastic Anaemia – Indian Journal of Hematology and Blood transfusion – 2012.
Multiple myeloma with extensive Bone marrow necrosis – J. of Clinical and Diagnostic research – Nov 2015.
Picking up myelodysplastic syndromes and Megaloblastic Anaemias on peripheral blood – International Journal of Lab Hematology – 2014.
ALK positive Diffuse large -B cell lymphoma-rare entity – Indian Journal of pathology and Microbiology – 2014.