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Dr. Hari Sankaran

Medical Officer, Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis


Biosketch

Dr. Sankaran has been a with the National Cancer Institute since 2019 and was appointed as a medical officer in 2020. He did his residency in Pediatrics in 2012 and fellowship in Pediatric Hematology-Oncology in 2015 at Baylor College of Medicine. During his fellowship, Dr. Sankaran also completed a Masters in Epidemiology at the University of Texas School of Public Health in 2016. Pursuing his passion in global health with a pediatric oncology focus, Dr. Sankaran moved to India in 2016-2019 to work at 2 prestigious oncology institutions in Cochin and Mumbai. His research interests include evaluating biomarkers in clinical trials, study design, survival analysis, and global health. Dr. Sankaran serves on the Core Correlative Science Committee and attends on the Pediatric Oncology Branch service in the Clinical Care Center.

Research Interests

Evaluating biomarkers in clinical trials, study design, survival analysis, and global health


Selected Recent Publications:

Sankaran, H., H. E. Danysh, M. E. Scheurer, M. F. Okcu, S. X. Skapek, D. S. Hawkins, L. G. Spector, E. B. Erhardt, S. Grufferman and P. J. Lupo (2016). "The Role of Childhood Infections and Immunizations on Childhood Rhabdomyosarcoma: A Report From the Children's Oncology Group." Pediatr Blood Cancer 63(9): 1557-1562.

Sankaran, H., S. Sengupta, V. Purohit, A. Kotagere, N. R. Moulik, M. Prasad, C. Dhamne, G. Narula, S. Banavali and V. Gota (2020). "A comparison of asparaginase activity in generic formulations of E.coli derived L- asparaginase: In-vitro study and retrospective analysis of asparaginase monitoring in pediatric patients with leukemia." Br J Clin Pharmacol 86(6): 1081-1088.

Jatia, S., M. Prasad, A. Paradkar, A. Bhatia, G. Narula, G. Chinnaswamy, T. Vora, S. Gomle, H. Sankaran* and S. Banavali (2019). "Holistic support coupled with prospective tracking reduces abandonment in childhood cancers: A report from India." Pediatr Blood Cancer 66(6): e27716.

Parambil, B. C., G. Narula, M. Prasad, S. Shah, T. Shet, E. Shridhar, N. Khanna, S. Laskar, S. Gujral, H. Sankaran* and S. Banavali (2020). "Clinical profile and outcome of classical Hodgkin lymphoma treated with a risk-adapted approach in a tertiary cancer center in India." Pediatr Blood Cancer 67(2): e28058.

Parambil, B. C., T. Vora, H. Sankaran*, M. Prasad, A. Bakshi, A. Puri, A. Gulia, S. Qureshi, S. Laskar, N. Khanna, S. Shah, M. Ramadwar, S. Kembhavi, G. Chinnaswamy and S. Banavali (2020). "Outcomes with nondose-dense chemotherapy for Ewing sarcoma: A practical approach for the developing world." Pediatr Blood Cancer: e28604.

S. Srinivasan, N.R. Moulik, A.C. Kotagere, G. Narula, H. Sankaran, M. Prasad, C. Dhamne, B. C. Parambil, S. Shah, T. Sheth, S. Epari, S. Gujral, S. Banavali (2020). "Increased toxicities in children with Burkitt lymphoma treated with Rituximab - Experience from a tertiary cancer centre In India" Pediatric Blood & Cancer: e28682



Dr. Hari Sankaran

Office Address:
Room 5W206
9609 Medical Center Dr
Rockville, MD 20850

Contact Information:
Tel: (240) 276-7680
Fax: (240) 276-7888
Email:hari.sankaran@nih.gov