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Anusua "Roshni" Dasgupta, MD, MPH


  • Pediatric Surgeon, Division of Pediatric General and Thoracic Surgery
  • Director of Quality Improvement, Surgical Director Vascular Malformations Clinic
  • Professor, UC Department of Surgery

About

Biography

Roshni Dasgupta, MD, MPH, is a pediatric surgeon. She is a professor with the University Of Cincinnati College Of Medicine. Dr. Dasgupta obtained her medical degree at the University of Toronto. She finished her residency at Massachusetts General Hospital at Harvard Medical School. She completed a Rhodes scholarship at the University of Oxford in Oxford England, followed by a Pediatric Surgery Fellowship at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada. She also completed her Master of Public Health at the Harvard School of Public Health. Her clinical interests are in surgical oncology and vascular anomalies.

Dr. Dasgupta is the current chair of the American Pediatric Surgical Association (APSA) Cancer Committee, Pediatric Surgical Oncology Research Collaborative, as well as the chair on the American Academy for Pediatrics (AAP). Delivery of Surgical Care Committee. She has a significant interest in Quality Improvement and is the American College of Surgery National Surgery Quality Improvement Program (NSQIP) Surgical Champion. She is the surgical director of the Vascular Anomalies Clinic, as well as surgical director of Quality Improvement for Pediatric Surgery.

Additional Languages

French, Rengali

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Publications

Interhospital variability in localization techniques for small pulmonary nodules in children: A pediatric surgical oncology research collaborative study. Morgan, KM; Anderson, KT; Johnston, ME; Dasgupta, R; Crowley, JJ; Fahy, AS; Lapidus-Krol, E; Baertschiger, RM; Lautz, TB; Many, BT; et al. Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 2022; 57:1013-1017.

Inflammatory Myofibroblastic Tumor: A Multi-Institutional Study from the Pediatric Surgical Oncology Research Collaborative. Rich, BS; Fishbein, J; Lautz, T; Rubalcava, NS; Kartal, T; Newman, E; Wok, PE; Romao, RL; Whitlock, R; Naik-Mathuria, B; et al. International Journal of Cancer. 2022.

Histologic type predicts disparate outcomes in pediatric hepatocellular neoplasms: A Pediatric Surgical Oncology Research Collaborative study. Short, SS; Kastenberg, ZJ; Wei, G; Bondoc, A; Dasgupta, R; Tiao, GM; Watters, E; Heaton, TE; Lotakis, D; La Quaglia, MP; et al. Cancer. 2022.

Update on pediatric testicular germ cell tumors. Aldrink, JH; Glick, RD; Baertschiger, RM; Kulaylat, AN; Lautz, TB; Christison-Lagay, E; Grant, CN; Tracy, E; Dasgupta, R; Brown, EG; et al. Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 2022; 57:690-699.

Fertility preservation in children and young adults with cancer. Brungardt, JG; Burns, KC; Dasgupta, R. Current Opinion in Pediatrics. 2022; 34:48-52.

Pneumonectomy for Pediatric Tumors-a Pediatric Surgical Oncology Research Collaborative Study. Polites, SF; Heaton, TE; Laquaglia, MP; Kim, ES; Barry, WE; Goodhue, CJ; Murphy, AJ; Davidoff, AM; Langham, MR; Meyers, RL; et al. Annals of Surgery. 2021; 274:e605-e609.

Defining the role of advanced care practitioners in pediatric surgery practice. Rich, BS; Fishbein, J; Ricca, RL; Moriarty, KP; Short, J; Trudeau, MO N; Kim, SS; Rollins, M; Van Arendonk, KJ; Gadepalli, SK; et al. Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 2021; 56:2263-2269.

Management and outcomes for long-segment Hirschsprung disease: A systematic review from the APSA Outcomes and Evidence Based Practice Committee. Kawaguchi, AL; Guner, YS; Sømme, S; Quesenberry, AC; Arthur, LG; Sola, JE; Downard, CD; Rentea, RM; Valusek, PA; Smith, CA; et al. Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 2021; 56:1513-1523.

Long-term follow-up of surgical outcomes for patients with Wilms tumor and neuroblastoma. Cooke-Barber, J; Scorletti, F; Rymeski, B; Eshelman-Kent, D; Nagarajan, R; Burns, K; Jenkins, T; Dasgupta, R. Cancer. 2021; 127:3232-3238.

Indocyanine green is a sensitive adjunct in the identification and surgical management of local and metastatic hepatoblastoma. Lake, CM; Bondoc, AJ; Dasgupta, R; Jenkins, TM; Towbin, AJ; Smith, EA; Alonso, MH; Geller, JI; Tiao, GM. Cancer Medicine. 2021; 10:4322-4343.

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