Nikoletta Lendvai, MD, PhD

Nikoletta Lendvai, MD, PhD

I am a hematologist with a special interest in the treatment of multiple myeloma and immunotherapy. My clinical research focuses on combining current treatments for myeloma (including those now in clinical trials) with immunotherapy. This makes sense because our current treatments and those treatments that are now in clinical trials often wipe out most or all measurable disease, but any residual disease can lead to relapse. The goal of immunotherapy is to target this residual disease and eliminate it, preventing relapse.

Cancer-Testis antigens are a group of proteins that are normally found only on cells in the developing testis and placenta, these sites are protected from attack by the immune system. The vast majority of patients with myeloma have been found to have these proteins on their myeloma cells, making these proteins an excellent target for immunotherapy.

Location
Appointments for New Patients
646-497-9062
Phone
212-639-3368
Clinical Expertise

Multiple Myeloma

Languages Spoken
English
Education

MD, PhD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Residencies

University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital

Fellowships

NYU Langone Medical Center/Bellevue Hospital

Board Certifications

Internal Medicine; Hematology

Publications by Nikoletta Lendvai

Siegel DS, McBride L, Bilotti E, Lendvai N, Gonsky J, Berges T, Schillen D, McNeill A, Schmidt L, and van Hoeven K. Inaccuracies in 24-Hour Urine Testing for Monoclonal Gammopathies. Serum Free Light Chain Analysis Provides a More Accurate Measure of Light Chain Burden Than Urine Protein Electrophoresis. Labmedicine. 2009 Jun: 40 (6): 341-344.

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