Deepak Narayan, MBBS, FRCS

Deepak Narayan, MBBS, FRCS
Plastic Surgery
Accepting new patients? Yes
Referrals required? From patients or physicians
Patient type treated: Child; Adult; Adolescent

Dr. Deepak Narayan specializes in the treatment of melanomas and skin cancers. He graduated from the University of Madras and received his training in General Surgery and Plastic Surgery at the Yale-New Haven Hospital and Yale University. While at Yale, he completed a research fellowship in Surgical Oncology and is Board Certified in Surgery and Plastic Surgery. As a melanoma surgeon with extensive experience, Dr. Narayan provides the patients with a unique resource of treating melanomas as well as reconstructing the defects that can occur from melanoma surgery. In addition, he is an expert in specialized procedures for melanoma treatment, such as sentinel node biopsies, axillary node dissection, radical neck dissection, parotidectomies, iliac node dissections, and isolated limb infusions. His other areas of expertise include hemangiomas and vascular malformations. He has pioneered new reconstructive techniques for cancer, and has over 120 publications in peer-reviewed journals. He has an active research interest in melanomas and is a co-investigator in the prestigious, NIH-funded SPORE (Special Program of Research Excellence) Grant. He has won numerous awards for research, teaching, and clinical excellence and has been continually listed in “Americas Top Surgeons” since 2002 and “The Best Doctors in America” since 2007. In addition, he has received the following awards for his research: American Cancer Society, Basic Oncology Research Award 1995 Swebilius Cancer Research Award American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons Research Award 1998, 2009 Patient Care: , Yale Melanoma and Skin Cancer, Please call 203.785.7313 to contact Dr. Narayan.

  • Professor of Surgery (Plastic)
  • Chief, Plastic Surgery West Haven VA

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