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Preya Ananthakrishnan, MD

Positions and Appointments

2010-present  Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY
2010-present  Associate Director, Breast Surgery Fellowship
New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY
2010-Present  Attending Surgeon
New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY

Clinical Specialties

Oncoplastic surgery

Nipple sparing mastectomy

Multidisciplinary care of young women under the age of 40 diagnosed with breast cancer, including fertility preservation and survivorship

Research Interests

IVF and breast cancer risk
Molecular markers in neoadjuvant chemotherapy


Education and Training

2006-2007  Fellowship, Breast Oncology
John Wayne Cancer Institute, Santa Monica, CA
2005-2006  Administrative Chief Resident
New Jersey Medical School, University of Medicine and Dentistry, Newark, NJ
2002-2003  Residency, Basic Science Research
New Jersey Medical School, University of Medicine and Dentistry, Newark, NJ
2000-2006  Residency, General Surgery
New Jersey Medical School, University of Medicine and Dentistry, Newark, NJ
1996-2000  MD
University of Louisville School of Medicine, Louisville, KY

Board Certifications

American Board of Surgery

Professional Experience

2009-2010  Associate Staff, Breast Surgery
St. Vincentís Comprehensive Cancer Center, New York, NY
2007-2009  Associate Staff, Breast Surgery
Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH

Professional Honors

First Place--National American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma Resident Research Competition, 2006

First Place--Northeast Region American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma Resident Research Competition, 2006

Arnold P. Gold Award for Humanism in Medicine, 2006

Shock Society Young Investigators Travel Award, 2003

Professional Societies and Committees

Fellow, American College of Surgeons
American Society of Breast Surgeons
Society of Surgical Oncology

Selected Publications

Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Ananthakrishnan P, Lucas A. Immediate versus delayed breast reconstruction after mastectomy. Cleveland Clinic Foundation Journal of Medicine 75(Suppl 1): S30-33, 2008.

Ananthakrishnan P, Giuliano AE. Editorial: Guidelines for the use of sentinel lymph node biopsy in patients with ductal carcinoma in situ. Breast diseases: A year book quarterly 18(3): 238, 2007.

Sifri ZC, Cohen D, Ananthakrishnan P, Wang L, Kaiser VL, Mohr AM, Hauser CJ, Rameshwar P, Deitch EA, Livingston DH. Sex hormones affect bone marrow dysfunction after trauma and hemorrhagic shock. Crit Care Med 35(3): 864-869, 2007.

Deitch EA, Ananthakrishnan P, Cohen DB, Xu DZ, Feketeova E, Hauser CJ. Neutrophil activation is modulated by sex hormones after trauma-hemorrhagic shock and burn injuries. American Journal of Physiology Heart and Circulatory Physiology 291(3): H1456-65, 2006.

Sifri ZC, Kaiser VL, Ananthakrishnan P, Wang L, Mohr AM, Hauser CJ, Rameshwar
P, Deitch EA, Livingston DH. Bone marrow failure in male rats following trauma/hemorrhagic shock is mediated by mesenteric lymph and modulated by castration. Shock 25: 12-6, 2006.

Ananthakrishnan P, Cohen DB, Xu DZ, Lu Q, Feketeova E, Deitch EA. Sex hormones modulate distant organ injury in both a trauma/hemorrhagic shock and a burn model. Surgery 137(1): 56-65, 2005.

Ananthakrishnan P, Deitch EA. Gut origin sepsis and MODS: The role of sex hormones in modulating intestinal and distant organ injury. XX vs. XY- The International Journal of Sex Differences in the Study of Health, Disease, and Aging 1: 108-117, 2003.

Zaets S, Berezina T, Xu DZ, Lu Q, Ricci J, Cohen DB, Ananthakrishnan P, Deitch EA, Machiedo G. Burn-induced red blood deformability and shape changes are modulated by sex hormones. Am J Surg 186: 540-546, 2003.

Posters

HER2 amplification predicts breast cancer recurrence but not overall survival. Ananthakrishnan P, Patrick RJ, Rybicki L, Tubbs R, Budd GT, Crowe JP. Poster #6070. San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, San Antonio TX, 2008.

HER2 amplification does not alter outcome in small (<1 cm) tumors. Ananthakrishnan P, Patrick RJ, Rybicki L, Tubbs R, Budd GT, Crowe JP. Poster #6058. San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, San Antonio TX, 2008.

Outcome in patients who have had a previous augmentation mammoplasty and subsequently developed breast cancer. Mabry H, Ananthakrishnan P, Ye W, Silverstein MJ. 24th annual Miami Breast Cancer Conference, Miami FL, 2007.

Abstracts

Ananthakrishnan P, Xu DZ, Lu Q, Deitch EA. Sex hormones modulate distant organ injury in a burn model. Shock (Supplement) 19(4), 2003.

Ananthakrishnan P, Cohen DB, Xu DZ, Lu Q, Deitch EA. Trauma/hemorrhagic shock induced intestinal injury and distant organ injury are modulated by sex hormones. Archives of Hellenic Medicine 20 Supplement A, 99, 2003.

Book Chapters

Ananthakrishnan P, Giuliano AE. The anatomy and physiology of lymphatic circulation. In: Mariani G, Strauss H, Giuliano AE (eds.), Radioguided surgery: A comprehensive team approach, Springer 2007.

Ananthakrishnan P, Deitch EA. Sepsis, septic shock, and its treatment. In: Trunkey D and Asensio J (eds.), Current therapy of trauma surgery and critical care. Mosby Elsevier, 663-669, 2008.

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