Dr. Sameer A. Tulpule

(+91) 894 335 3391

Bone Marrow Transplant,Hemato-Oncologist

Consultant-General Haematology, haematolo-oncology and bone marrow transplantation

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Work hours
  • Mon-Fri

    07:00 - 18:00

  • Saturday

    07:00 - 14:00

  • Sunday

    09:00 - 12:00




Dr. Sameer A. Tulpule is a hemo-oncologist and has more than 18 years of experience doing bone marrow transplants. His areas of specialization include bone marrow transplantation, autologous and

allogeneic stem cell transplantation, haploidentical transplants, treatment of multiple myeloma, leukemias, lymphomas, anemias such as thalassemia and polycythemia, high and low platelet counts, high and low white cell counts, bleeding and clotting disorders, haemato-oncology, myelodysplastic syndromes, and acute myeloid. Dr. Sameer earned his MBBS from the prestigious R. G. University Health Sciences, Bangalore, India's G.S. Medical College, and K.E.M. Hospital at the University of Bombay, India. He then earned his MD from the well-known JNMC and KLE Hospitals in Belgaum. Later, he completed his fellowship at the St. Thomas NHS Trust in London and his MRCP (UK) from the Royal College of Physicians, UK. He belongs to the American Society of Haematology, the British Society of Haematology, and the Indian Society of Haematology and Blood Transfusion. Additionally, he was actively invited to participate as a guest speaker on the topic of stem cell transplantation at scientific meetings, CMEs, and international conferences.


Work Experience

18 years of experience

Dr. Sameer Tulpule is an adult hematologist with more than 18 years of expertise. At the prestigious Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospital in London, he received his hematology training. He was a Consultant in myeloid diseases and stem cell transplantation at the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in the United Kingdom before joining KDAH. In the areas of chronic myeloid leukemia, myeloproliferative diseases, and stem cell transplantation, he served as the South Yorkshire Network's principal physician. He has participated in the UK-NCRI Working Parties for both myeloproliferative diseases and chronic myeloid leukemia He has   participated on a panel for the NHS England Cancer Drugs Fund. The largest stem cell registry in the UK, Anthony Nolan, employed Dr. Sameer Tulpule as a medical officer. While working at the Anthony Nolan Institute, he conducted stem cell transplant studies on the immune system after cord blood transplants and after donor lymphocyte infusions after allogeneic stem cell transplants.


Associated with Hospitals

  • Kokilaben dhirubhai Ambani hospital


List of Treatments

Dr. Sameer Tulpule is offering the following treatment procedures:


  • Acute Myeloid Leukemia: A malignancy of the blood and bone marrow is known as acute myeloid leukemia (AML). The main form of treatment for AML is chemotherapy.


  • Low-grade lymphoma treatment: One form of NHL cancer that begins in the lymphatic system's cells is known as low-grade lymphomas. Low-grade lymphomas progress more slowly than high-grade lymphomas because they include cancer cells that proliferate slowly. The afflicted lymph nodes will most likely need radiation treatment. 


  • Osteosarcoma Treatment: Osteosarcoma is an uncommon bone malignancy. Amputation surgery is the treatment for osteosarcoma, in which a large local excision is used to eliminate the tumor. Tissue and bone removed from the patient's body may be replaced with a graft or an implant, such as artificial bone.


  • Stem Cell transplantation is a process in which a patient receives healthy stem cells that are replaced with damaged stem cells that were caused by radiation or high-dose chemotherapy treatment. The competent stem cells may come from the patient's blood or bone marrow or from a donor who is identical or similar.


  • Tumors and Cysts: A cyst is a sac that can contain air, liquids, or other substances. Any portion of the body, including bones, organs, and soft tissues, can develop a cyst. Most cysts are noncancerous. Tumors are defined as any unwanted mass of cells or inflammation in the body. As compared to cysts, tumors are cancerous. Surgical procedures are often performed for the treatment or removal of cysts and tumors. 


  • Hemophilia: A genetic bleeding illness called hemophilia causes the blood to clot improperly. This may result in both spontaneous bleeding and bleeding after injury or surgery. The basic method of treating severe hemophilia is to replace the necessary clotting factor via a tube in a vein.


  • PICC Line Insertion: This procedure uses a type of catheter to access the large veins in your chest to provide intravenous supply that can be used for a long time or to provide medications that should not be administered peripherally. 


  • Giant Cell Tumor Treatment: Curettage is the most commonly utilized surgical treatment to treat giant cell tumors. Special devices are used to remove the tumor from the bone during curettage, after which a bone transplant is performed. The opening is filled with a bone transplant after curettage to strengthen the bone. 


  • Ewing's Sarcoma Treatment:   sarcoma is a type of tumor that develops from a specific type of bone or soft tissue cell. Treatment options for Ewing sarcoma may include a combination of chemotherapy with minor surgery or palliative radiation treatment for bone tumors to reduce symptoms. 


  • Chemotherapy for Solid Malignancies: Chemotherapy for solid malignancies is a treatment that uses drugs to destroy cancer cells. Because chemo affects the entire body, it can destroy cancer cells in the tumor as well as any cells that have broken out from it and traveled through the blood or lymph to another place


  • Melanoma Treatment: Disorders of the tumor cells are also known as melanoma. The primary therapy for melanoma is surgical removal of the original melanoma on the skin, known as excision. The extremeness of surgery is determined by the width of the melanoma. Most melanomas are discovered when they are less than 1.0 mm thick, and minimally invasive treatment is frequently required in this condition.


  • Lung Cancer Treatment: Lung cancer is a kind of cancer that develops in lung tissues, most commonly in the cells that line the passageways into the lungs. Surgery, including chemotherapy, radiation therapy, targeted therapy, or a combination of these, may be used to treat it. Small-cell lung cancer is often treated with radiation therapy.


  • Head and Neck Tumor/CCancer Surgery: Tumor cells that started to produce in the head or neck consequently grow further and expand to other parts of the body. To prevent this, surgery is done on patients with neck and head cancers to remove the tumor cells from the targeted areas. 


  • Childhood Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors: There are many types of bone and soft tissue tumors in children, of which osteosarcoma is the most frequent kind of bone cancer, accounting for around 3% of all malignancies in children. Treatment includes minor surgical procedures to remove the tumor cells.


  • Cytology Guided by Ultrasound: This process consists of an image guided by ultrasound to perform a cytology test that employs ultrasound technology to assist Specialist Radiologists in the performance of needle biopsies. The Specialist Radiologist uses ultrasound equipment to find and guide a specific needle to the proper place in the body during an Ultrasound-guided procedure.


  • Oral Cancer Treatment: Oral cancers can form on the tongue, the tissue that covers the mouth and lips, beneath the tongue, at the base of the tongue, and in the neck area towards the back of the mouth. Treatment for oral cancer includes a combination of surgery, radiotherapy, or chemotherapy. 

Minimally Invasive Surgery: Minimally invasive surgeries are those surgical procedures that do not require any kind of major incisions in the body. To perform the procedure, tiny surgical instruments are placed into additional 


Education and Training

  • FRCPath, Royal college of Pathologists, UK

  • MRCP (UK): Royal College of Physicians, UK

  • MD (Med): JNMC and KLE Hospital, Belgaum R. G. University Health Sciences, Bangalore, India

  • MBBS: Seth G.S. Medical College and K.E.M. Hospital, University of Bombay, India



  • Hemato-Oncologist



  • Indian Society of Haematology and Blood transfusion

  • British Society of Haematology

  • American Society of Haematology

Special Interest

  • General hematology

  • Hemato-oncology

  • Bone marrow transplantation

Area of Expertise
  • Bone Marrow Transplant
  • Hemato-Oncologist
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Education of DR. SAMEER A. TULPULE

Seth G.S. Medical College and K.E.M. Hospital


MD (Med)

JNMC and KLE Hospital, Belgaum. R G University Health Sciences



Royal college of Physicians