Sanjeet Singh Dadwal, M.D.
- Infectious diseases
Areas of Expertise
Other Languages Spoken
“There is no other facility such as City of Hope ... that embodies excellent patient care, research to make a difference in the lives of our patients, and all along making sure that this is soulful and patient centric.”
At an early age, Sanjeet Dadwal, M.D., learned about empathy and the importance of listening from his uncle, a homeopathic doctor who made a point of learning everything he could about his patients. “This level of compassion and dedication left an indelible mark on me,” he says.
Dr. Dadwal specializes in treating cancer patients who develop infections, a frequent complication of chemotherapy and transplants. His research focuses on understanding the mechanics of such infections, and finding new ways to control them.
After receiving his medical degree in India, Dr. Dadwal continued his training at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York, and Charles R. Drew/Martin Luther King Hospital in Los Angeles.
At City of Hope since 2005, Dr. Dadwal has published dozens of peer-reviewed articles and oversees a long list of clinical trials. He praises the City of Hope staff for their “compassion and sense of urgency.”
- 2012-present, Associate Clinical Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medical Specialties, City of Hope, Duarte, CA
- 2010-present, Director, Institutional Antibiotic Stewardship Program
- 2005-2012, Assistant Clinical Professor/Staff Physician, Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medical Specialties, City of Hope, Duarte, CA
- 2002-2005, Director, Division of Medicine and Infection Control, Kane Co. Hospital, Kanab, Utah
- Antiobiotic Management/Stewardship
- 1997, M.D., All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India
- 2000-2002, Infectious Disease, Charles R. Drew/Martin Luther King Hospital, Los Angeles, CA
- 1997-2000, Internal Medicine, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY
- 1997, Junior Resident Radiation Oncology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India
- American Board of Infectious Disease
- American Board of Internal Medicine
- California Medical License
Information listed here is obtained from Pubmed, a public database; City of Hope is not responsible for its accuracy.
Non-Peer Reviewed Publication
- J Kriengkauykiat J, Dadwal S.S., Ito J.I. Antifungal agents: Use of Empiric Therapy for Invasive Fungal Infections in Patients other than a 70-kg, Middle-aged male, with Normal Renal and Liver function. California Journal of Health-System Pharmacy 2009; 21(2): 6-19.
- Sanjeet Dadwal and James I. Ito. Herpes Simplex Virus Infections. In: Applebaum F, Negrin R, Antin J, and Forman SJ (ed), Thomas’ Hematopoietic cell transplantation, 5th edn. 2016.
- Sanjeet Dadwal, Jane Kriengkauykiat, and James Ito. Infectious Complications. In: Daniel G. Haller, MD., Lawrence D. Wagman, MD., Kevin A. Camphausen, MD., and William J. Hoskins, MD. “Cancer Management: A Multidisciplinary Approach”. 14th edition online only (updated 1/17/2013 and yearly).
- Sanjeet Dadwal, Jane Kriengkauykiat, and James Ito. Infectious Complications. In: Richard Pazdue, MD., Lawrence D. Wagman, MD., Kevin A. Camphausen, MD., and William J. Hoskins, MD., editors. “Cancer Management: A Multidisciplinary Approach”. CMP Medica; 2010, 2011 Edition.
- James Ito, Sanjeet Dadwal, and Jane Kriengkauykiat. Infectious Complications. In: Richard Pazdue, MD., Lawrence D. Wagman, MD., Kevin A. Camphausen, MD., and William J. Hoskins, MD., editors “Cancer Management: A Multidisciplinary Approach”. CMP Medica; 2009 Edition.
- Sanjeet Dadwal. Penicillin’s. In: Thomas T. Yoshikawa, (ed). “Antibiotic Therapy for Geriatric Patients”. Humana Press; 2005.
- Infectious Disease Society of America
- American College of Physicians
- American Society of Microbiology
- Infectious Disease Association of California
- Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America