800 Stanton L Young Blvd
Suite 9000
Oklahoma City, OK 73104

(405) 271-5789
(405) 271-3288 (fax)

Subrato J. Deb, MD, FACS, FCCP

Academic Appointments:
Associate Professor

Clinical Focus:
Thoracic Surgical Oncology
Minimally Invasive Foregut Surgery

Clinical Interests:
Lung and Esophageal Cancer
Reoperative Antireflux Surgery
Extended Resections for Thoracic Malignancy
Paraesophageal hernias

Professional Education:
Fellowship: Mayo Clinic Rochester
Residency: National Naval Medical Center
Medical Education: University of Maryland School of Maryland (AOA)

Board Certification:
Thoracic Surgery
General Surgery

Research Interest:
Early Detection of Lung Cancer
Pleural Space

Recent Publications:

1.         Hanas JS, Peyton MD, Lerner MR, Lightfoot SA, Deb SJ, et al.  Distinguishing patients       with Stage I lung cancer versus control individuals using serum mass profiling.  Cancer            Invest, 2014, 32:136-143.

2.         Hocker JRPostier RGLi MLerner MRLightfoot SAPeyton MDDeb SJ, et         al.   Discriminating patients with early-stage pancreatic cancer or chronic pancreatitis            using serum electrospray mass profiling. Cancer Lett. 2015 Apr 10;359(2):314-24.

3.         Update on Lung Cancer.  Subrato J. Deb.  Audio-Digest Family Practice, vol 63, issue 31,            2015.

4.         Hocker JR, Deb SJ, Lerner MR, Lightfoot SA, Quillet AA, Hanas RJ, Stowell DE, Vu NT,       Kupiec TC, Brackett DJ, Dubinett SM, Burkhart HM, Peyton MD, Postier RG.  High       sensitivity discrimination of Stage I lung cancer patients using serum mass phenotype   profiling.  Clinical Lung Cancer, submitted for publication.

5.         Allen KS, Gourley K, Deb S, Kinasewitz G.  Pulmonary Mullerian tumor in a 35 year old    female.  Poster Presentation, American Thoracic Society 2014 Annual Meeting, San           Diego, May 16-21, 2014.

6.         Kha VH, Deb SJ, Allen, KS.  Pleurectomy and nerve block: a treatment option for   refractory pain secondary to tuberculous pleurisy.  Poster Presentation, 2016 Annual         Meeting American Association for Thoracic Surgeons, Baltimore, MD, May 14-19, 2016.