Debashish Bose, M.D., PhD, FACS, an experienced, well-respected surgeon, serves as Medical Director of The Center for Hepatobiliary Disease at Mercy as well as Associate Director of Surgical Oncology at Mercy in Baltimore, Maryland. He is Board Certified in General Surgery and offers particular expertise in advanced surgical techniques for pancreatic cancer and liver cancer.
Dr. Bose provides leading edge cancer treatment options, including minimally invasive and robotic surgery in the care of late-stage and complex oncologic disease. He and his colleagues treat benign and malignant tumors in the peritoneal and abdominal cavity, including:
Respected Pancreatic and Hepatobiliary Surgeon Offering Cutting Edge Cancer Treatment
With expertise in robotic pancreatic surgery and laparoscopic liver (hepatobiliary) surgery, Dr. Bose is committed to remaining on the forefront of patient care advances and providing new treatment methods for patients facing a cancer diagnosis.
Dr. Bose is one of the region’s leading surgeons in the use of the NanoKnife System to treat pancreatic cancer, liver cancer, small tumors and recurrent disease. The NanoKnife System is next-generation technology used to remove diseased tissue without damaging surrounding healthy cells. The minimally invasive, probe-based technology generates pulsed, low-current, high-voltage electrical energy. This non-thermal electrical energy creates permanent “pores” in the cancer cell membrane, leading to irreversible swelling, apoptosis and cell death while preserving surrounding healthy tissue.
Collaboration in Gastrointestinal Cancer with Expert Digestive Health Specialists
Dr. Bose works in close collaboration with the liver and pancreatic experts at Mercy’s Institute for Digestive Health and Liver Disease to provide patients the best possible outcome for their diagnosis.
Mercy Medical Center’s renowned surgical oncologists teamed with the experience of its liver and pancreatic experts provide patients seeking care for pancreatic cancer one of the most comprehensive gastrointestinal cancer teams in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Providing Hope for Patients with Complex Cancers
In addition to offering surgical expertise, Dr. Bose aims to provide cancer patients with the knowledge and information needed for them to better understand their specific diagnosis, treatment and outcomes. He has dedicated his career to becoming an ally and a resource for patients facing late-stage and complex cancers. He guides patients through the treatment process and helps them make decisions to optimize their care and regain hope for a better quality of life.
Second opinion consultation and collaborative care with partner physicians make Dr. Bose a trusted expert among both patients and colleagues. Gastroenterologists, medical oncologists and primary care physicians rely on Dr. Bose for his insights, surgical skill and commitment to improving cancer survival.
Award-Winning Surgical Oncology Researcher and Published Author
Dr. Debashish Bose actively participates in research and has been the recipient of the Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA). He has served as Principle Investigator in studies related to pancreatic cancer. His work has been published in peer-reviewed articles, book chapters and abstracts, and he has made numerous presentations to foster clinical advances in surgical oncology.