Subhasis Misra, MD, MS, FACS

Surgery Residency Program Director

Subhasis Misra, MD, MS, FACS is board certified by the American Board of Surgery and is also a Fellow of the American College of Certified Wound Specialists. He brings with him significant expertise in providing comprehensive cancer care. Dr. Misra also has tremendous passion for education and research resulting in multiple faculty awards, and grants. He is joining Brandon Regional Hospital from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Amarillo, where he was an Associate Professor, Division of Surgical Oncology and Chief of Gastrointestinal/Hepato-Pancreatico-Biliary surgery. Here he is focused on taking care of cancer patients and is also the Program Director, General Surgery Residency where he will lead the training of the next generation of Surgeons.

Dr. Misra performs the breadth of cancer surgery including advanced surgery for cancers of the liver, pancreas, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon and rectum, including hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy and robotic procedures. Additionally he performs complex surgical procedures to treat breast cancer including oncoplastic reconstruction and nipple sparing mastectomies, sarcoma, melanoma, and endocrine tumors.

Dr. Misra earned his medical degree in India. He completed a general surgery internship at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois, and a general surgery residency at Fairview Hospital Cleveland Clinic Health System in Cleveland, Ohio where he served as the Chief Resident. Dr. Misra then completed a surgical oncology fellowship at the University of Miami/ Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Florida. He additionally holds a master’s degree in Health Systems Management from Rush University in Chicago.

Dr. Misra has been published extensively in peer reviewed journals and has also presented at numerous clinical conferences. He enjoys a busy life with his wife and their two daughters. During his spare time, Dr. Misra enjoys reading, sports, and has a passion for leadership, and quality improvement. He also is a big patient advocate and is actively involved in many community initiatives to prevent, and improve care for cancer patients. Additional details can be found in his CV and scholarly activity links below.

Google Scholar Citations: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=AITck5UAAAAJ&hl=en

PubMed Citations: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=misra%2C+subhasis

Faculty

Our general surgery residency program works with a diverse group of private practice and hospital based surgeons across a wide range of specialties throughout our main site at Brandon Regional Hospital, and our participating sites of Blake Medical Center and Largo Medical Center as well as participating pediatric surgeons from Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital.

  • Cristiano Alpendre, MD
  • Rona Altaras, MD
  • Ralph Barker, MD
  • Joliette Barnum, MD
  • Henry Chang, MD
  • Keyur Chavda, MD
  • Jason Cundiff, MD
  • Gopal Grandhige, MD
  • Francisco Itriago, MD
  • Stephen Jones, MD
  • Faisal Khan, MD
  • James Kotick, MD
  • Jeffrey Mino, MD
  • Vijay Narasimha, MD
  • Hussein Osman-Mohamed, MD
  • In Soon Park, MD
  • Richard Picciocca, MD
  • Drew Rideout, MD
  • Miguel Rivera, MD
  • Erwin Rusli, MD
  • Michael Siegman, MD
  • Juan Socas, MD
  • Donovan Tapper, MD
  • Darshan Thakkar, MD
  • Keith Thatch, MD
  • Daniel Westawski, MD
  • Michael Van Vliet, MD