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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
CLINICAL TRIAL 20494
Title: Microbial Metabolome as a Biomarker of Loss of Response to Immunotherapy in Metastatic Melanoma
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