Gil Redelman-Sidi, MD

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I am an internist and infectious disease specialist with a special interest in the care of patients with infections related to cancer or its treatment.

The focus of my laboratory research has been theuse of BCG (a bacterium normally used as a vaccine against tuberculosis) to treat bladder cancer. The goal of my research is to understand the mechanism of action of BCG, with the long-term goal of translating this understanding to improved care for patients with early-stage bladder cancer.

Clinical Expertise

Infectious Diseases; Management of Infections and Infectious Complications of Cancer or Its Treatment

Languages Spoken
English; Hebrew; Spanish

MD, Sackler School of Medicine (Israel)


Jacobi Medical Center (New York)


Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Board Certifications

Internal Medicine; Infectious Disease

Publications by Gil Redelman-Sidi

Books and Book Chapters
“Patients with Cancer or Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant: Infection with 2009H1N1 Influenza.” Redelman-Sidi G. Chapter 38 in Stem Cells and Cancer Stem Cells: Therapeutic Applications in Disease and Injury, Volume 2. MA Hayat, ed. Springer 2012.

Rhodotorual Species.” Gil Redelman-Sidi, Susan K. Seo, Arthur E. Brown. In Antimicrobial Therapy and Vaccines; Volume 1: Microbes ( Yu VL, et al, editors. ESun Technologies, Pittsburgh, PA, 2007.

Relapsing Fever,” Gil Sidi, Eli Schwartz. Chapter 19 in Tropical Diseases in Travelers, E. Schwartz. Wiley-Blackwell, July 2009.

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