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Shahla Bari, MD

 
Specialty: Hematology/Oncology
Program: Cutaneous Oncology

Overview

Cancer Focus: Melanoma

Dr. Shahla Bari is an Assistant Member in the Department of Cutaneous Oncology. Dr. Bari received her MD degree from Patna Medical College, India. She completed an Internal Medicine residency at Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA. Following her residency, she was an NIH Research Scholar for “Cancer Health Disparities Training and Research Education” (U54 program). Dr. Bari most recently completed a Hematology/Oncology Fellowship at Moffitt Cancer Center and the University of South Florida. Dr. Bari’s clinical interest and focus is in immuno-oncology, including ancestry-based disparities in immunotherapy treatment outcomes. Her research interest is in the role of microbial metabolomics in understanding the mechanism of immunotherapy resistance, and in the development of metabolomics based immuno-imaging. She was a recipient of the prestigious ASCO Young Investigator Award in 2021, under the mentorship of Dr. Conejo-Garcia and Dr. Brandon Manley. Dr. Bari will have a joint appointment in the Cellular Immunotherapy Program with a clinical focus on adoptive cellular therapy in cutaneous malignancies


Education & Training

Participating Trials

CLINICAL TRIAL 20494
A Phase II Study of High Dose Bolus IL2 in Combination with Low Dose Ipilimumab Followed Sequentially by Nivolumab in Patients with Inoperable Stage III or Stage IV Melanoma Who Have Failed Prior Anti-PD1 Immunotherapy
Condition: Cutaneous
Intervention: Aldesleukin (Interleukin-2); BMS-936558 (Nivolumab); IL-2 (Interleukin-2); Interleukin-2 (); Ipilimumab (); Nivolumab (Opdivo); Proleukin (Interleukin-2); Yervoy (Ipilimumab)
Open

If you believe you are eligible for one of these trials or studies, please call
813-745-6100 or toll-free 1-800-679-0775.

Publications

  • Nyein AF, Bari S, Hogue S, Zhao Y, Maller B, Sha S, Gomez MF, Rollison DE, Robinson LA. Effect of prior antibiotic or chemotherapy treatment on immunotherapy response in non-small cell lung cancer. BMC Cancer. 2022 Jan.22(1):101. Pubmedid: 35073876. Pmcid: PMC8787935.
  • Crowder SL, Hoogland AI, Welniak TL, LaFranchise EA, Carpenter KM, Li D, Rotroff DM, Mariam A, Pierce CM, Fischer SM, Kinney AY, Dong-Binh Tran T, Rastegari F, Berry DL, Extermann M, Kim RD, Tometich DB, Figueiredo JC, Muzaffar J, Bari S, Turner K, Weinstock GM, Jim HSL. Metagenomics and chemotherapy-induced nausea: A roadmap for future research. Cancer. 2022 Feb.128(3):461-470. Pubmedid: 34643945. Pmcid: PMC8776572.
  • Bari S, Boulware D, Li J, Loftus L, Soyano Muller A, Jameel Z, Khong H, Czerniecki BJ, Costa RLB. A Real-World Data Retrospective Cohort Study of Low Estrogen Receptor-Positive Early Breast Cancer: Natural History and Treatment Outcomes. Breast Cancer (Dove Med Press). 2022 Aug.14:199-210. Pubmedid: 35967746. Pmcid: PMC9365325.
  • Bari S, Muzaffar J, Eroglu Z. Combination targeted and immune therapy in the treatment of advanced melanoma: a valid treatment option for patients?. Ther Adv Med Oncol. 2022 Apr.14. Pubmedid: 35478991. Pmcid: PMC9036333.
  • Muzaffar J, Bari S, Kirtane K, Chung CH. Recent Advances and Future Directions in Clinical Management of Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma. Cancers (Basel). 2021 Jan.13(2). Pubmedid: 33477635. Pmcid: PMC7831487.
  • Bari S, Chineke I, Darwin A, Umar A, Jim H, Muzaffar J, Kucuk O. Awareness, Use and Outlook of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Options in an Underserved, Uninsured Minority Cancer Patient Population. Integr Cancer Ther. 2021 Jan.20. Pubmedid: 34923869. Pmcid: PMC8724982.
  • Unnikrishnan A, Pelletier JPR, Bari S, Zumberg M, Shahmohamadi A, Spiess BD, Michael MJ, Harris N, Harrell D, Mandernach MW. Anti-N and anti-Doa immunoglobulin G alloantibody-mediated delayed hemolytic transfusion reaction with hyperhemolysis in sickle cell disease treated with eculizumab and HBOC-201: case report and review of the literature. Transfusion. 2019 Jun.59(6):1907-1910. Pubmedid: 30768787.
  • Bari S, Muzaffar J, Chan A, Jain SR, Haider AM, Adams Curry M, Hostler CJ. Outcomes of Programmed Cell Death Protein 1 (PD-1) and Programmed Death-Ligand 1(PD-L1) Inhibitor Therapy in HIV Patients with Advanced Cancer. J Oncol. 2019 Jan.2019:2989048. Pubmedid: 31275380. Pmcid: PMC6582789.
  • Bari S, Muzaffar J, Chan A, Jain SR, Haider AM, Adams Curry M, Hostler CJ. Corrigendum to "Outcomes of Programmed Cell Death Protein 1 (PD-1) and Programmed Death-Ligand 1 (PD-L1) Inhibitor Therapy in HIV Patients with Advanced Cancer". J Oncol. 2019 Aug.2019:7921582. Pubmedid: 31531021. Pmcid: PMC6719266.
  • Wallace L, Cherian AM, Adamson P, Bari S, Banerjee S, Flood M, Simien M, Yao X, Aikhionbare FO. Comparison of Pre- and Post-translational Expressions of COXIV-1 and MT-ATPase 6 Genes in Colorectal Adenoma-Carcinoma Tissues. J Carcinog Mutagen. 2018 Nov.9(2). Pubmedid: 30393577. Pmcid: PMC6214464.
  • Nguyen TC, Bajwa R, Bari S, Ali A, Paul Skelton W, Federico RA, Bishnoi R, Wray JW, Zlotecki RA, Dang LH, Muzaffar J. Stereotactic body radiation therapy for the treatment of oligoprogression on androgen receptor targeted therapy in castration-resistant prostate cancer. Oxf Med Case Reports. 2018 Jan.2018(1):omx078. Pubmedid: 29340160. Pmcid: PMC5761507.
  • Farrar JE, Quarello P, Fisher R, O'Brien KA, Aspesi A, Parrella S, Henson AL, Seidel NE, Atsidaftos E, Prakash S, Bari S, Garelli E, Arceci RJ, Dianzani I, Ramenghi U, Vlachos A, Lipton JM, Bodine DM, Ellis SR. Exploiting pre-rRNA processing in Diamond Blackfan anemia gene discovery and diagnosis. Am J Hematol. 2014 Oct.89(10):985-991. Pubmedid: 25042156. Pmcid: PMC4332597.

Grants

Title: Microbial Metabolome as a Biomarker of Loss of Response to Immunotherapy in Metastatic Melanoma
Sponsor: Moffitt Cancer Center
PI: Bari, S.
Title: Microbial metabolome is a predictor of TIL efficacy in metastatic melanoma.
Sponsor: Moffitt Cancer Center
PI: Bari, S.

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