Neville D. Bamji, M.D.
Dr. Bamji is an Clinical Instructor of Medicine at The Mount Sinai Hospital, New York. He received his undergraduate degree in 1998 from Johns Hopkins University. He received his MD in 2002 from Cornell University Medical College. He subsequently completed internship and residency training in Internal Medicine in 2005 at the New York Presbyterian Hospital - Weill Cornell Campus. He then went on to complete his fellowship in gastroenterology in 2008 at New York Presbyterian Hospital - Weill Cornell Campus. His research interests include colorectal cancer screening and wireless capsule endoscopy. Dr. Bamji has presented his research at various national and international meetings.
Office Location(s):New York Gastroenterology Associates
311 East 79th St.
Location Phone: (212) 996-6633
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Abstracts & Publications:
1. Dikman A, Sanyal S, VON Althann C, Whitson M, Desai J, Bodian C, Brooks A, Bamji N, Cohen L, Miller K, Aisenberg J. A randomized, placebo-controlled study of the effects of naproxen, aspirin, celecoxib or clopidogrel on gastroduodenal mucosal healing. Aliment Pharmacol Ther. 2009 Apr 1;29(7):781-91.
2. Bamji ND, Bosworth BP, Sockolow RE, Solomon A, Greifer ME, and Schnoll-Sussman F. Lack of Education and Training in Video Capsule Endoscopy Among Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellows. Abstract accepted for presentation at the American College of Gastroenterology Meeting 2007. Philadelphia, PA.
3. Bamji ND, Pochapin MB, and Schnoll-Sussman F. Endoscopic Screening for Ileal Carciniods During Colonoscopy. Abstract Presented at American College of Gastroenterology Meeting 2006. Las Vegas, Nevada.
4. Bamji ND, Balachandran P, Balachandran SV, and Waye JD. Endoscopic Criteria Used to Distinguish Benign from Malignant Polyps. Abstract Presented at Digestive Disease Week 2005. Chicago, Illinois.
5. Bamji ND, Russo MW, Talal A, Canchis PW, Davila J, and Jacobson IM. Therapy with Interferon Decreases Serum α-Fetoprotein (AFP) Levels in Individuals with Chronic Hepatitis C (HCV). Abstract Presented at Digestive Disease Week 2002. San Francisco, California.
6. Canchis PW, Jacobson IM, Talal A, Rusoo MW, Bamji ND, and Davila J. Stellate Cell Activation in NASH, HCV/NASH, and Normal Liver Biopsies. Abstract Presented at Digestive Disease Week 2002. San Francisco, California.
7. Canchis PW, Fiel MI, Bamji ND, Davila J, Russo MW, Chiriboga L, Yee H, Talal A, and Jacobson IM. Proliferation and Apoptosis in Liver Biopsies From Patients with Hepatitis C and Elevated α-Fetoprotein. Abstract Presented at Digestive Disease Week 2002. San Francisco, California.
8. Purow DB, Bamji ND, Talal A, Russo MW, and Jacobson IM. Estimated Rates of Fibrosis Progression in Patients with Chronic Hepatitis C Do Not Accurately Predict Actual Fibrosis Progression: The Importance of Liver Biopsy in Making Treatment Decisions. Abstract Presented at Digestive Disease Week 2002. San Francisco, California.
9. Kim HJ, Hatch J, Bamji ND, Rivera V, and Rodeo SA. Identification of the Cells That Participate in Early Tendon-to-Bone Healing: An Experimental Study in a Rabbit Model. Abstract presented at the Annual Meeting of the Orthopedic Research Society, 2001.