Ramalingam (Ram) Ratnasabapathy, MD, is part of Comprehensive Cancer’s medical oncology team that provides world-class cancer care in a supportive and caring environment.
Ramalingam Ratnasabapathy, MD (Dr. Ram), received his graduate medical degree and post graduate fellowship in general medicine from the prestigious Madras Medical College in India. He completed his residency in internal medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, an affiliate of Weill Cornell Medicine. Dr. Ram pursued his hematology/oncology training at the University of Rochester.
AREAS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
All cancers and serious blood disorders with a special interest in precision medicine and personalized cancer therapies.
Dr. Ram is a medical oncologist and hematologist at Comprehensive Cancer Centers. He is very active in clinical research and is a clinical investigator for a number of clinical trials through US Oncology Research Network. He also serves as Clinical Assistant Professor for UNLV School of Medicine.
Prior to joining the practice, he worked as an oncologist and hematologist at Cancer & Blood Specialists of Nevada. Dr. Ram has also worked in internal medicine at academic institutions and at the community level. He has published clinical articles and case reports in peer-reviewed journals.
In his free time, Dr. Ram enjoys spending time with his family, traveling and playing badminton. He is fluent in Tamil.
I am committed to a holistic approach in order to help patients with cancer live as long as they can by integrating research and innovation directed towards personalized care.
Hospice & Palliative Medicine
MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
American Association of Cancer Research
American Medical Association
American Society of Clinical Oncology
American Society of Hematology
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