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Dr. Tanvi Arora

Senior Resident, Pathology

Department
Pathology

About  Dr. Tanvi Arora

Dr. Tanvi Arora has 6 years of experience in hematology including flow cytometry and HPLC, histopathology including immunohistochemistry, cytopathology and FISH.


Educational Qualifications

  • M.B.B.S., Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi
  • M.D. (Pathology), University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi

Experiences

  • Senior Resident, Lady Hardinge Medical College & University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi
  • Senior Resident, Yashoda Hospital & Research Centre, Nehru Nagar, Ghaziabad

Specializations

  • Flow cytometry
  • High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)
  • Histopathology
  • Immunohistochemistry
  • Cytopathology
  • Fluorescence in situ Hybridisation (FISH)

Accomplishments & Awards

 

  • Nalini Bai Thakkar Award, CYTOCON 2017, NEIGRIHMS, SHILLONG for a paper titled, ‘Anal cytology Spectrum in Subjects Practicing Receptive Anal Intercourse and hTERT Gene Expression in Cases with Squamous Lesions.’
  • IUSTI-IASSTD & AIDS Scholarship at the 41st National Conference, AIIMS, Bhubaneswar, November 2017.
  • First prize, Oral Paper Presentation, Pathcon & Lab Expo, New Delhi, 2017.
  • First prize, Hematology Quiz, ISHBT-State level.
  • First prize, Oral Paper Presentation, Annual Conference of Delhi Chapter of Indian Academy of Cytologists (DCIAC).
  • Second prize, PG quiz in Delhi Chapter of IAPM, July 2017.
  • First prize, Hematology case presentation, RGCON, February 2020.

Research & Publications

  • Poster Presentation, ‘Vascular Hamartoma: An Unusual Case of Pancreatic Mass’, 31st Annual DAPCON, February 2016.
  • Poster Presentation, ‘Pure Neuritic Leprosy: FNA Diagnosis in a Clinically Unsuspected Case, 5th Annual Conference, Delhi Chapter of IAC, September 2016.
  • Paper Presentation, ‘Anal Cytology Spectrum in Subjects Practicing Receptive Anal Intercourse and hTERT Gene Expression in Cases with Squamous Lesions’, Cytocon 2016 for Nalini Bai Thakkar Award.
  • Poster Presentation, ‘Anal Dysplasia in Subjects Practicing Receptive Anal Intercourse’, DERMACON 2017, Kolkata 2016.
  • Poster Presentation, ‘Spectrum of Anal Cytology and Gene Expression Status of Telomerase Enzyme (hTERT) in Cases with Squamous Dysplasia’, International CME in Pathology, Histopathology and Cytopathology, Goa, February 2017.
  • Poster Presentation, ‘Myopericytoma- An Unusual Pericytic Tumor’, 32nd Annual DAPCON-LHMC, Delhi, February 2017.
  • Oral Presentation, ‘Anal Squamous Cell Abnormalities and hTERT Gene Expression Status in Subjects Engaging in Receptive Anal Intercourse,’ 6th Annual Conference of DC-IAC-UCMS & GTB Hospital, September 2017.
  • Oral Presentation, ‘Anti-Retroviral Therapy and Telomerase Expression in Anal Squamous Cell Abnormalities in HIV Infected Individuals’, ASTICON 2017 for IUSTI-IASSTD & AIDS scholarship.
  • Poster Presentation, ‘DRESS Syndrome: A Rare Cause of Hypereosinophillia, Haematocon 2020.
  • Poster Presentation, ‘A Study on Application of International System for Reporting Serous Fluid.
  • Cytopathology (ISRSFC) on Pleural, Peritoneal and Pericardial Fluid’, Cytocon 2021.
  • Thesis, ‘Morphologic Spectrum of Anal Cytology in a Tertiary Level Hospital and Evaluation of hTERT Gene Expression in Cases with Squamous Cell Abnormalities’.
  • Arora, T., ‘Evaluation of hTERT Gene Expression and Chromosome 7 Copy Number Variation in Anal Squamous Intra Epithelial Lesions: A Pilot Study’, Journal of Cytology.
  • Arora, T., ‘Trans-Genders, the Most Vulnerable Among Individuals Engaging In Receptive Anal Intercourse: A Hospital-Based Cross-Sectional Study From North India’, Journal of Family Medicine & Care.
  • Arora, T., et. al, ‘hTERC Gene Expression and Chromosome 7 Ploidy Correlate Positively with Histologic Grade of Cervical Intra Eepithelial Neoplasia’, Cytopathology, 2021.
  • Arora, T., et. al., ‘Human Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor 2 Frequently Over-Expressed in Gastric Carcinoma in North Indian Patients’, J Can Res Ther 2021; 17:1136-7.