Dr Rajeev Vijayakumar

Department: BMT

Designation: Consultant Medical Oncologist, Haemato-Oncologist & BMT Physician

Qualification: MBBS, DNB (General Medicine), DNB (Medical Oncology)

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Dr Rajeev Vijayakumar graduated from KIMS, Bengaluru and completed his DNB, General Medicine from St. Martha’s Hospital, Bengaluru. He did his Post-doctoral DNB Medical Oncology from the prestigious Army Hospital Research and Referral Hospital, New Delhi

He has rich experience in the management of complex cancers and have special interest in the management of Lymphomas, Breast Cancer, Lung cancer, & Autologous Stem Cell Transplants. His special areas of interest include Precision medicine using genetic sequencing to provide treatment options for difficult to treat cancers.

He has various publications in national and International journals. He has presented papers at various conferences.


Years of Experience
  • 2010

Junior Registrar, Medical ICU

  • 2005-2007

Tutor, Department of Physiology, KIMS


  • Management of complex cancers
  • Management of Lymphomas,
  • Management of Breast Cancer
  • Management of Lung cancer
  • Management of Autologous Stem Cell Transplants


  • Co- investigator in a WHO project “A Clinico-Epidemiological Study of Rabies” at Epidemic Diseases Hospital, Bangalore for a period of lyr. 2004 – 2005
  • Paper presented at KACH conference on ” A Study of Knowledge Attitude and Practices of family planning”- 2005
  • Publication in National Tuberculosis Conference 2011, souvenir. – “RNTCP, challenges in an urban city hospital”
  • Poster and Podium presentation – Primary CNS Lymphoma – Experience at Army Hospital (R&R), at SAARC oncology summit, Gurgaon in 2014
  • Best poster Award for the study titled “A Clinico-Pathologic And Demographic Study of Receptor Status In Breast Cancer” at Asian Clinical Oncology Summit- ACOS 2016


Publication in Journal of clinical Carcinogenesis Year: 2016 Volume : 15 | Issue :

1 ACOS Abstracts

  • A clinico demographic profile of receptor status in breast cancer
  • Primary CNS lymphoma immunocompetent patients – case series

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