Dr. Kunda Biswas specializes in caring for patients with a variety of chest conditions, including treatment of lung cancer, other chest masses, and lung infections. In addition to treating patients with lung cancer, Dr. Biswas is performing esophagectomies. He states there are many advantages in offering this minimally invasive procedure for patients, including reduced hemorrhaging and pain and an abbreviated recovery time. Dr. Kunda Biswas currently practices on a full time basis at both Harford Memorial Hospital and Upper Chesapeake Medical Center.
Dr. Biswas earned his undergraduate and medical degrees at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He completed his internship and residency at the University of North Carolina Hospitals prior to going to Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston as a research fellow. He then served as a senior and chief resident in general surgery at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, which is affiliated with Harvard Medical School. Subsequently, Dr. Kunda Biswas completed his thoracic and cardiovascular Surgery residency at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. He then returned to Brigham & Women’s Hospital to serve as a senior clinical fellow in cardiovascular surgery.
Dr. Biswas has published numerous manuscripts and abstracts in professional publications, and presented at national conferences. He has a particular interest in endothelial cell preservation and nitric oxide generation in human saphenous vein and the application of two-photon fluorescence microscopy in cardiac and vascular surgery.
Thoracic Cardiovascular Surgery, 2006