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Pradip P. Amin, MD

Academic Title:

Adjunct Associate Professor

Primary Appointment:

Radiation Oncology

Secondary Appointment(s):

Surgery

Additional Title:

Associate Professor

Location:

University of Maryland Medical Center Department of Radiation Oncology Gudelsky Bldg., GGJ-83 22 S. Greene Street Baltimore, MD 21201

Phone (Primary):

(410) 328-8995

Phone (Secondary):

(410) 328-6080

Fax:

(410) 328-5279

Education and Training

Education:

1968-1970       Pre-Med                      ElphinstoneCollege, University of Bombay, India

1970-1974       Med                             T.N.MedicalCollege, University of Bombay, India

1975-1976       Internship                    T.N.MedicalCollege, B.Y.L.NairHospital, Bombay, India

 

Post Graduate Education & Training:

1976-1976       Surgical Residency       B.Y.L.NairHospital, Bombay, India

1977-1978       Rotating Internship      University of Louisville, School of Medicine

                                                        Louisville, Kentucky

1978-1981       Residency                   Department of Radiation Oncology

                                                        University of MarylandSchool of Medicine

                                                        Baltimore, MD21201

1980-1981       Chief Resident             Department of Radiation Oncology

                                                        University of MarylandSchool of Medicine

                                                        Baltimore, MD

Research/Clinical Keywords

Dr. Amin's research efforts are mainly focused on prostate cancer and brachytherapy applications in various tumor sites. Further refinement of interstitial thermotherapy in conjunction with interstitial brachytherapy is also another research endeavor.

Highlighted Publications

1.        DiBiase SJ, Hussain A, Kataria R, Amin P, Bassi S, Dawson N, and Kwok Y.  Long-term results of a prospective, phase II study of long-term androgen ablation, pelvic radiotherapy, brachytherapy boost and adjuvan    docetaxel in patients with high-Risk prostate cancer.  International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics, Vol. 81, Issue 3, pp 732-736, November, 2011.

 2.       Amin, P.P.. Naslund, M., Vyas, S.   Permanent Brachytherapy of Prostates With Median Lobe Hyperplasia.   “Brachytherapy”, Vol. 10, No. 3, Supplement 1,  pp 589, May-June, 2011.

 3.       Hussain A, Wu Y, Mirmiran A, DiBiase S, Goloubeva O, Bridges, Mannuel H, Engstrom C, Dawson N, Amin P and Kwok Y.  Long-term follow-up of a prospective trial of trimodality therapy of weekly paclitaxel, radiation and androgen deprivation in high risk prostate cancer with or without prior prostatectomy.  International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics, Vol. 82, Issue 1, pp 167-174, January, 2012.

 4.       Mahmood, U., Errens, M., Zimrin, Hanna, N., Amin, P.P., The Remarkably Distensible Stomach:             Case report highlighting the implications of gastric filling on radiation treatment planning for             gastric lymphoma.   “Practical Radiation Oncology”, Vol. 2, Issue 4, pp 265-269, October, 2012.

 5.       Boggs, D.H., Guerrero, M, Patel, K., Chen, S., Moeslein, F., Amin, P.P., Vujaskovic Z.:  Pelvic local recurrent in a patient with muscle-invasive bladder cancer treated with interstitial Thermal therapy and interstitial brachytherapy.  “Practical Radiation Oncology,  Oct-Sept, 2015; 5(5):e483-7. doi: 10.1016/j.prro.2016.04.001.  [Epub 2015 June 6].  ahead of print].

 6.       Rutenberg, M.S., Meister, M.,  Amin, P.P., Hussain, A., Naslund, M.J, Kwok, Y..:  Salvage external beam radiotherapy for locally recurrent prostate cancer after definitive brachytherapy.  “Brachytherapy,  Nov-Dec, 2016; 15(6):722-729. doi: 10.1016/j.brachy.2016.08.004.