Dr Satyam Kumar MBBS, MRCOG

Institute of Applied Health Research
Honorary Clinical Research Fellow

Contact details

Address
Murray Learning Centre
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT
UK

Satyam is a clinician and works in the area of Obstetrics and Gynaecology with particular interest in gynaecological cancer. He is currently working on the quality of life outcomes following surgery in advanced ovarian cancer and at the same time studying for  his MD. Satyam is passionate about improving and providing care for women with gynaecological cancer. Our research will provide an insight into the quality of life of women undergoing surgery for ovarian cancer and study the different types of surgery performed and its outcomes.

Qualifications

  • MRCOG (Member of Royal College of Obstetrician and Gynaecologists, London, UK, 2010
  • MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Bangalore, India 2003

Memberships:

  1. Royal College of Obstetricians and gynaecologists
  2. British Gynaecological Cancer Society
  3. British Society of Colposcopy and Cellular Pathology

Research

“Surgery in advanced Ovarian Cancer: Quality of life Evaluation Research (SOCQER-2)” – Current.

Publications

S. Kumar, N, Mukhopadhaya, M. Arora (ed.), Chapter in “World Clinics – “Luteal Support Following Ovulation Induction” in the World Clinics. [World Clin Obstet Gynecol. 2015;4(2):298-305]

S. Kumar, J. Long, G. Rudge, C. Cummins, S. Sundar, on behalf of SOCQER-2 study group. “SOCQER-2: Clinical characteristics of first 100 patients”(BGCS-2016)

S. Kumar, S. Phadnis S. Abbassi , M. Menezes,  M.L. Padwick, F.A. Sanusi (2015), A 'See and treat' policy for women referred with borderline or mild dyskaryosis on smear:http://bsccpconference.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/bsccp-final-programme-2015-a5-2703-final.pdf:P-93;page119.

S. Kumar, J. Lam, J. Leonce, M. Sadhukhan (2013) Maternal age and mode of delivery: the trend over years (2013), e-posters, ep1.360 BJOG: an international journal of obstetrics & gynaecology,120:163.

S.Kumar, V. Sharma, S. Easwaran (2013) Colposcopy outcomes of women less than 25-year old: a retrospective study.
https://www.bsccp.org.uk/assets/file/uploads/resources/bsccp_abstracts_2013.pdf;p-67;page 31-32.

S. Kumar, R. Joseph, E.K. Moore, S. Phadnis, M.L. Padwick, F.A. Sanusi (2012) Does incomplete endocervical margin mean incomplete treatment? BSCCP, Newcastle, UK.
https://www.bsccp.org.uk/assets/file/uploads/resources/final_bsccp_abstracts_2012_opt.pdf; p-84; page 38.

E.K. Moore, S. Kumar, R. Joseph, S. Phadnis, M.L. Padwick, F.A. Sanusi. (2012) The prevalence of CIN in women over the age of fifty: a nine year review. BSCCP, Newcastle, UK. https://www.bsccp.org.uk/assets/file/uploads/resources/final_bsccp_abstracts_2012_opt.pdf;p-90;page-39.

R. Rana, E.K. Moore, S. Kumar, M.L. Padwick. (2012) The role of LLETZ and cone excision biopsy in cases of cervical cancer, carcinoma in situ and challenges in staging due to fragmented LLETZ or cone biopsy. BSCCP, Newcastle, UK.
https://www.bsccp.org.uk/assets/file/uploads/resources/final_bsccp_abstracts_2012_opt.pdf;p-110;page-47. [One of the 10 best poster awards]

E.K. Moore, S. Kumar, R. Joseph, S. Phadnis, M.L. Padwick, F.A. Sanusi. (2012) M319 COLPOSCOPY IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN: A 9-YEAR REVIEW. International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics , Volume 119 , S634;DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0020-7292(12)61510-0

S. Kumar, R. Joseph, E.K. Moore, S. Phadnis, M.L. Padwick, F.A. Sanusi (2012) M320 5-YEAR FOLLOW UP FOR WOMEN WITH INCOMPLETE ENDOCERVICAL MARGIN FOLLOWING LLETZ; International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics , Volume 119 , S634; DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0020-7292(12)61511-2. 

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