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SUBBOTINA Natalia

Child's oncologist Ph.D.
2014
Starts working
at EMC
2007
Beginning of
the medical career

After she graduated from the Pediatric Faculty of the Russian State Medical University (Moscow, Russia), Dr.Subbotina completed residency in Pediatric Oncology (2007) and a post- graduate program in Oncology (2010) at N.N. Blokhin Russian Oncological Research Centre. In 2010, Dr.Subbotina defended her candidate degree thesis "The Modes of reduced intensity conditioning in carrying out allogeneic transplantation of hematopoietic stem cells in children's onco-hematology."
In 2009-2010, Dr.Subbotina underwent training in the Department of Pediatric Oncology/Hematology and Bone Marrow Transplantation (academic adviser Prof.S.Siegel) of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, California, USA. In 2012, she took an internship in the Department of Bone Marrow Transplantation/Immunology/pediatric oncology (adviser: Dr.Paul Weys) of Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, England. 

Experience

Dr.Subbotina is a senior researcher at the Department of bone marrow transplantation and intensive chemotherapy at the Chemotherapy department of Blokhin Russian Oncological Research Centre of RAMS, conducts the program on allogeneic bone marrow transplantation. Dr.Subbotina has considerable experience in carrying out chemotherapy, including high-dose therapy in children and accompanying therapy during the period of complications after chemotherapy. She is skilled in the technology of collection of bone marrow and peripheral stem cells, principles of work with cellular material. 
Every day she is engaged in managing patients (children) with solid tumors and hematological malignancies, is actively involved in the development of protocols for the treatment of various cancers in children.

Scientific works

Dr. Subbotina has more than 20 publications, mainly focused on the bone marrow transplantation in children, both in Russian and English, inter alia a chapter in the national guidelines of pediatric oncology (2012). 

Languages

Russian, English, German.

SUBBOTINA Natalia

Child's oncologist Ph.D.
2014
Starts working
at EMC
2007
Beginning of
the medical career

After she graduated from the Pediatric Faculty of the Russian State Medical University (Moscow, Russia), Dr.Subbotina completed residency in Pediatric Oncology (2007) and a post- graduate program in Oncology (2010) at N.N. Blokhin Russian Oncological Research Centre. In 2010, Dr.Subbotina defended her candidate degree thesis "The Modes of reduced intensity conditioning in carrying out allogeneic transplantation of hematopoietic stem cells in children's onco-hematology."
In 2009-2010, Dr.Subbotina underwent training in the Department of Pediatric Oncology/Hematology and Bone Marrow Transplantation (academic adviser Prof.S.Siegel) of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, California, USA. In 2012, she took an internship in the Department of Bone Marrow Transplantation/Immunology/pediatric oncology (adviser: Dr.Paul Weys) of Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, England. 

Department Oncology Institute Moscow, Schepkina Str.,35 Telephone: +7 495 933-66-55

Experience

Dr.Subbotina is a senior researcher at the Department of bone marrow transplantation and intensive chemotherapy at the Chemotherapy department of Blokhin Russian Oncological Research Centre of RAMS, conducts the program on allogeneic bone marrow transplantation. Dr.Subbotina has considerable experience in carrying out chemotherapy, including high-dose therapy in children and accompanying therapy during the period of complications after chemotherapy. She is skilled in the technology of collection of bone marrow and peripheral stem cells, principles of work with cellular material. 
Every day she is engaged in managing patients (children) with solid tumors and hematological malignancies, is actively involved in the development of protocols for the treatment of various cancers in children.

Scientific works

Dr. Subbotina has more than 20 publications, mainly focused on the bone marrow transplantation in children, both in Russian and English, inter alia a chapter in the national guidelines of pediatric oncology (2012).