Dr Rama Joshi – Gynecological Oncology Surgeon
Dr Rama Joshi - Gynecological Oncology Surgeon, is director - Gynecological Oncology at Fortis Memorial Research institute Gurgaon.,India. With more than two decades of experience of performing all radical oncology surgeries for Gynecological cancers,she is one of the leading Gynecological Oncology surgeon of North India. Dr Rama Joshi did her clinical Fellowship in Gynecological Oncology from respected and well known Tata Memorial Hospital Mumbai and a UICC Fellowship from BGH ,Buffalo,NY,United states of America.She has also been trained at the Comprehensive Cancer Centre, University of Michigan, USA and University of Lyon France. Dr Rama Joshi also got trained in Robotics surgery from Da Vinci intuitive,Sunnyvale,California, USA. Dr Rama Joshi,before joining at Fortis Memorial research Institute Gurgaon as Director for Gynecological Oncology was associated with leading Indian Hospitals like Dharamshila Cancer hospital,Artemis Hospital Gurgaon and BLK hospital,New Delhi. Dr Joshi has many publications in National International journals and book chapters to her credit. She has been an Invited Faculty in several national international conferences and CMEs. She has organized national international Gynae Cancer Conferences and had been the team leader of Globe-athon India, Delhi walk to end Gynaecological cancers in 2013. She is the Member, Steering Committee for Standard Treatment Guidelines for Gynecological Cancers, proposed by Ministry of Health Family Welfare and ICMR Guidelines on Management of Ovarian Cancer. She is a Life Member of the Association of Gynecologic Oncologists of India and the Indian Society of Oncology. She is also a member of the International Gynecological Cancer Society (IGCS) and Honorary Secretary General for the Association of Gynecologic Oncologists of India since December 2011. Her area of interest includes clinical research, radical surgeries for all diagnosed, suspicious and recurrent gyanecological cancers as well as management of gynaecological pre-cancerous lesions.