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Deepika Darbari, MD
Childrens's National Health System
111 Michigan Avenue, NW
Washington, DC, United States
Dr. Darbari is a pediatric hematologist consultant at children’s national health system main hospital based in Washington as well as Laurel outpatient center in Maryland. She is engaged with various working departments of the hospital which includes such as Hematology (Blood Disorders), Center for cancer and blood disorders and Comprehensive sickle cell disease program. Dr. Darbari studies complications of sickle cell disease with emphasis on pain. She has been conducting clinical and translational studies directed to better understanding of sickle cell pain and its management. She has published many peer reviewed papers on the subject. Her work was first in the field showing presence of altered brain connectivity in patients with frequent hospitalization for pain.
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Building Access to Care in Adult Sickle Cell Disease: Defining Models of Care, Essential Components, and Economic As...Sickle cell disease (SCD) is the most co...
PCORI Board Approves $18 Million for Research on Sickle Cell DiseaseThe Patient-Centered Outcomes Research I...
DDCF Awards $6 Million for Sickle Cell Disease ResearchThe Doris Duke Charitable Foundation has...
Sickle Cell Emergency Room Care: From Patients to Providershttps://www.youtube.com/watch?time_conti...