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Dr. Nikhil Gupta

Senior Consultant & HOD, HPB, GI Oncosurgery, Bariatric Surgery, Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute and Cancer Center

Dr. Nikhil Gupta

Senior Consultant & HOD, HPB, GI Oncosurgery, Bariatric Surgery, Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute and Cancer Center





Qualification Institute University Year of Passing
MBBS Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi DelhiUniversity 2003
MS (General Surgery) Lady Hardinge Medical College, Delhi Delhi University 2007
M Ch (Surgical Gastroenterology ) G. B. Pant Hospital, Delhi Delhi University 2011


1. 1st June 2017 - Senior Consultant & HOD, HPB, GI Oncosurgery and Bariatric Surgery, Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute and cancer center

2. 29th March 2017- Joined CUSP group as GI and HPB Surgeon

3. 1 st January 2013 – 28th March 2017- Consultant in GI Oncosurgery at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre, New Delhi

4. April 2012- December 2012- Assistant Professor in G. I. Surgery Department, G. B. Pant Hospital

5. October 2011to April 2012- Senior Research Associate in GB Pant Hospital.
6. 2008-2011- Senior Resident in Department of Surgical Gastroenterology, G B Pant Hospital, New Delhi pursuing my M Ch course. GB Pant Hospital is one of the few institutions in India with an M Ch Course in Surgical Gastroenterology. M Ch is post surgery super speciality training for 3 years. I specialized in luminal and HPB surgeries. The Department caters to complex Hepatobiliary and Gastrointestinal cases and has a fully equipped Laparoscopic station and a state of art OR. It is the only tertiary referral center of The Govt of Delhi India which has this Super specialty of Gastrointestinal Surgery. The department routinely does advance laparoscopic and hepatobiliary work. It is soon to commence a Liver Transplant program.

7. 2007- 2008- Worked in a private hospital and performed various general surgeries like cholecystectomies, hernia repair, hysterectomies, and colectomies.

8. 2004-2007- Worked as a post graduate in a reputed government college of New Delhi, India and received my surgical training. Assisted and performed both routine and emergency general surgeries. I was also involved in the undergraduate training taking bedside teaching rounds. Also did a research work and submitted my original thesis. Also worked for six months in pediatric surgery department and assisted in all complex pediatric surgeries both routine and emergencies.


1. Gupta N, Javed A, Puri S, Jain S, S Singh, Agarwal AK; Hepatic Hydatid: PAIR, Drain or Resect? Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery. Accepted for publication on 26 July 2011.

2. Gupta N, Javed A, Batra V, Agarwal AK. Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor arising from transverse mesocolon. Saudi Journal of Gastroenterology. In Press.

3. Gupta N, Nag HH, Agarwal AK. Neuroendocrine tumors of the gastrointestinal tract. Association of Surgeons of India 2010.

4. Gupta N, Mishra PK. Surgery for Acute Pancreatitis. Surgery Update. September 2010.

5. Gupta N, Javed A, Puri S, Gondal R, Agarwal AK. Caroli’s disease with cholangiocarcinoma. Oman Medical Journal. In press.

6. Jain A, Nag HH, Goel N, Gupta N, Agarwal AK. Laparoscopic removal of a needle from the pancreas. J Minim Access Surg. 2013 Apr;9(2):80-1

7. Anil K. Agarwal, Raja Kalayarasan, Amit Javed, Nikhil Gupta, and Hirdaya H. Nag. Role of Staging Laparoscopy in Primary Gall Bladder Cancer. An Analysis of 409 Patients. A Prospective Study to Evaluate the Role of Staging Laparoscopy in the Management of Gallbladder Cancer. Annals of Surgery. In Press.

8. N Goel, N Gupta, HH Nag, RK Saran, PK Mishra, AK Agarwal. Non functional retroperitoneal paraganglioma. A histopathological surprise. World Journal of Endocrine Surgery. May- August. 2012; 4(2): 60-62

9. Editorial in IMA Allahabad. 2013. Advances in Pancreatic cancer surgery.

10. Peritoneal Carcinomatosis in colorectal and appendiceal malignancies: Role of CRS and HIPEC. Dr Shivendra Singh, Dr Nikhil Gupta. Newsletter. RGCI & RC. September 2014

11.Hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy. Nikhil Gupta, Shivendra Singh. Annuals of GI Surgery. 2017.

12.Gupta N, Asif S, Gandhi J, Rajpurohit S, Singh S. Role of CRS and HIPEC in appendiceal and colorectal malignancies: Indian experience. Indian J Gastroenterol. 2017 Mar;36(2):126-130

13.Asif S, Gupta N, Gupta G, Mehta A, Singh S. Effective Downsizing of a Gastroesophageal GIST Using Neoadjuvant Imatinib Mesylate: a Case Report. J Gastrointest Cancer. 2017 Jun;48(2):198-200

14.Lymph node micrometastasis in gallbladder cancer. Swati Shah, Nikhil Gupta, Gurudutt Gupta, Anurag Mehta, Shivendra Singh. Indian J Gastroenterol. August, 2017.


1. Nikhil Gupta, Shivendra Singh, S Agarwal, HH Nag, PK Mishra Sunil Puri, AK Agarwal. Hydatid disease of Liver: PAIR, Drain or Resect? 2010
Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association, HPB, 12 (Suppl. 1), 1–468. P-007 2. Nikhil Gupta, Shivendra Singh, S Agarwal, HH Nag, PK Mishra Sunil Puri, AK Agarwal. Hydatid disease of Liver: PAIR, Drain or Resect? Tropical Gastroenterology 2010. 31(3) suppl 1.s38-39.

3. Nikhil Gupta, Amit Javed, HH Nag, AK Agarwal. Laparoscopic Cystopericystectomy. International Liver Symposium 2011.

4. PK Mishra, Sundeep Saluja, Nikhil Gupta, Asit Arora, Kalayarasan. Impact of Positron Emission Tomography in Staging and Management of Squamous Cell Carcinoma of Oesophagus. Indian Association of Surgical Gastroenterology 2011.

5. Nikhil Gupta, PK Bisnoi, Ajay Kumar Jain. Comparison of various abdominal access ports during laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Association of Surgeons of India, Varanasi, 2006.

6. Nikhil Gupta, Sundeep Saluja, HH Nag, Ranjana Gondal, AK Agarwal. Caroli’s disease with cholangiocarcinoma. IHPBA- Indian Chapter 2010.

7. Gupta N, Javed A, Nag HH, Agarwal AK. Laparoscopic Cystopericystectomy. P 411. Hepatogastroenterology 58 (SII) 2011.

8. Multimodality approach to carcinoma gall bladder. A single center experience. Dharma Ram, Nikhil Gupta, Dheeraj Raj, Shivendra Singh. IASG 2014

9. Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy for Carcinoma Gall Bladder. Does it increase resectability? Dr Nikhil Gupta , Dr Dheeraj Raj, Dr Shivendra Singh. IASG 2014

1. Hands on Simulated Laparoscopic Workshop in 2006 organized by Johnson and Johnson India.

2. Surgical Skills and techniques (Hands on training course in laparoscopy) conducted by Maulana Azad Medical college, New Delhi India 2008 August.
3. Hands on simulated Laparoscopic workshop on Colorectal resections in 2011 organized by Johnson and Johnson India.

4. Clinical observer for 2 weeks in Peritoneal Surface Oncology at Medstar Washington Hospital Center under Prof Paul Sugarbaker.

5. Clinical observer at Severance Hospital Colorectal Unit for 21 days for Advanced Laparoscopic and Robotic Colorectal cancer surgery in August 2017


1. Dr Vidya Rattan Sehgal MD Award for excelling in the academics, sports and extracurricular activities 2002. (Best All Rounder of MBBS batch 1998- 2003)


1. Vice President of Azad Medicos Association, Maulana Azad Medical College New Delhi, India (2001-2002)

2. Member of the organizing committee of IHPBA- Indian Chapter 2010.

3. Reviewer for JIMA


1. Co investigator in “Open Labeled, Randomized controlled, prospective study of effectiveness, safety and clinical outcomes of staples anastomosis versus handsewn anastomosis in patients undergoing gastrointestinal end to end or side to side anastomosis”. Phase III trial, sponsored by Ethicon Endo Surgery.

2. Performed “A Randomized controlled trial on comparison of various abdominal access ports during laparoscopic cholecystectomy” during 2004-2007.

3. Co investigator in Randomized controlled trial on “A Prospective multicenter double blind Randomized Phase III clinical study to compare the efficacy and safety of intravenous ulinastatin vs placebo along with standard supportive care in subjects with mild or severe acute pancreatitis”.


Co investigator in 4 randomized controlled trials

1. Stapled end to side vs Transverse coloplasty pouch for patients with Low anterior resection
2. Segment IV/V vs wedge resection for patients with carcinoma Gall Bladder cancer

3. Neoadjuvant CT vs Neoadjuvant Chemoradiotherapy for patients with carcinoma Gastroesophageal junction

4. Adjuvant CT vs CTRT in locally advanced carcinoma Gall Bladder. A randomized controlled trial
5. Role of PET Scan in patients with resectable Carcinoma Gall Bladder

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