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Pavani Reddy Das

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North York General Hospital

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North York General Hospital

4001 Leslie St.

Toronto, Ontario, M2K 1E1


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North York General Hospital, affiliated with the University of Toronto, is one of Canada's leading community academic hospitals. We offer our culturally diverse community a wide range of acute care, ambulatory and long-term care services across three sites. Th...more

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Pavani Das
Assistant Professor, North York General Hospital Internal Medicine Part-time faculty

Faculty Focus - Sunit Das

Dr. Das is married to Pavani Reddy Das, a specialist in the Division of Infectious Diseases and Director of the Antibiotic Stewardship Committee at North York General Hospital.
Dr. Das's clinical and research interests are focused on improving of our clinical and biological understanding of primary cancers of the brain. He is particularly interested in the clinical management of malignant gliomas. His research focuses on the nexus of neural stem cell and cancer biology, with the hope that advancing our understanding of the biology of malignant gliomas will allow the identification of novel therapies for this disease. Recent Publications Das, S., Bonaguidi, M., Muro, K., and Kessler, J.A. (2008). Generation of Embryonic Stem Cells: Limitations of and Alternatives to Inner Cell Mass Harvest. Neurosurg Focus 24(3-4): E4. Das, S., Smith, T., Raizer, J.J., and Muro, K. (2008). Immunotherapeutic treatment strategies for primary brain tumors. Curr Treat Options Oncol 9: 32-40. Das, S., Srikanth, M., and Kessler, J.A. (2008). Mechanisms of disease: cancer stem cells and glioma. Nature Clin Pract Neuro 4: 427-435. Yadav, A.K., Renfrow, J.J., Scholtens, D.M., Xie, H., Duran, G.E., Bredel, C., Vogel, H., Chandler, J.P., Chakravarti, A., Robe, P.A., Das, S., Scheck, A.C., Kessler, J.A., Soares, M.B., Sikic, B.I., Harsh, G.R., and Bredel. M. (2009). Monosomy of chromosome 10 associated with dysregulation of epidermal growth factor signaling in glioblastomas. JAMA 302: 276-289. Goebeske, K., Das, S., Bonaguidi, M., Radulovic, J., Disterhoft, J., and Kessler, J. (2009). BMP signaling mediates effects of exercise on hippocampal neurogenesis and cognition. PLoS One 4: e7506. Bendok, B.R., Sherma, A.K., Hage, Z.A., Das, S., Naidech, A.M., Surdell, D.L., Adel, J.G., Shaibani, A., Batjer, H.H., Carroll, T.J., and Walker, M. (2010). Perprocedural MRI perfusion imaging to assess and monitor the hemodynamic impact of intracranial angioplasty and stenting. J Clin Neurosci 17: 54-58. Surdell, D.L, Hage, Z.A., Eddleman, C.S., Das, S., Duckworth, E., Eskandari, M.K., Awad, I.A., Batjer, H.H., and Bendok, B.R. Complications of internal carotid artery stenting and their management, in Textbook of Peripheral Vascular Interventions (2nd ed.), ed. R. Heuser and M. Henry. Informa HealthCare Press: New York, 2009. Arnaout, O. and Das, S. (2009). Pineal apoplexy, in The Pineal Gland and Melatonin: Recent Advances in Development, Imaging, Disease and Treatment, ed. M. Turgut and R. Kumar. NOVA Science Publishers: New York, 2009. Das, S., and Bendok, B.R. (2009). Shear gradients and platelet aggregation. Neurosurgery 65: N14-N15. Das, S. (2011). Cancer stem cells in adult gliomas. Atlas of Genetics and Cytogenetics in Oncology and Haematology. http://AtlasGeneticsOncology.org

The Surgical Spotlight :: SUMMER 2010 :: New Staff

The Division of Neurosurgery at St Michael's Hospital is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr. Sunit Das to its staff, and to welcome his wife, Dr Pavani Reddy Das, and their daughter, Lakshmi, to Toronto.
Dr Das received his undergraduate degree in Literature and Literary Studies with Highest Honors from the University of Michigan in 1995. He studied Philosophy at Harvard University before matriculating to Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago, Illinois, where he was awarded his medical degree in 2001. He then pursued a Ph.D. in neurobiology at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, during which time he studied the biology of neural stem cells under Zuhang Sheng and Ron McKay. His research work was supported by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and by a National Research Service Award from the NIH. Following the completion of his doctoral studies, he entered the neurosurgical training program at Northwestern University. During his residency, Dr Das was recognized with multiple awards for his clinical, scientific and teaching skills, including the Goldberg Family Trust Resident Award and Congress of Neurological Surgeons Resident Award. He also received the Northwestern University Auxillary Board and Dixon Translational Research Awards in support of his continued research on neural and cancer stem cell biology in the lab of his mentor, Dr John Kessler. He has been recruited to St Michael's Hospital and the University of Toronto as a surgeon-scientist. Dr. Das's clinical interest is in the surgical management of malignant brain tumors and tumors involving the skull base. His laboratory in the Brain Tumor Research Center will continue to investigate the biology of stem cells in the normal brain and in primary brain tumors. He will hold an adjunct appointment at the Research Institute at The Hospital for Sick Children. He remains deeply interested in education in the clinical and basic sciences.

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