Charlotte E. Ariyan, MD, PhD

Pictured: Charlotte Ariyan

I am a board-certified general surgeon specializing in surgical oncology with a clinical expertise in melanoma and soft tissue sarcoma. I work closely with the patient and the comprehensive team of physicians to customize treatment plans for each individual.

In my research, I am investigating new ways to allow the immune system to fight cancer. I am also involved in clinical trials aimed at defining the role of current therapies and improving outcomes through novel new treatments. I am currently the principal investigator (PI) of a Phase II trial investigating the addition of systemic ipilimumab to isolated limb infusion for melanoma in transit disease. I am also the Memorial Sloan Kettering PI of the multi-center MSLT-II trial. This trial randomizes patients with a positive sentinel lymph node to completon lymph node dissection versus ultrasound surveillance of the lymph nodes.

Location
Appointments for New Patients
646-497-9072
Phone
212-639-6280
Clinical Expertise

Melanoma; Soft Tissue Sarcoma; Merkel Cell Carcinoma

Languages Spoken
English; Spanish
Education

MD, University of Vermont College of Medicine; PhD, Yale University

Residencies

Yale-New Haven Hospital

Fellowships

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Board Certifications

Surgery

Publications by Charlotte E. Ariyan

Selected Book Chapters
“Salivary gland tumors.” Ariyan S, Narayan D, Ariyan C. In: Plastic Surgery, Volume 5. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: WB Saunders; 2006.

“Surgical management of soft tissue sarcoma: histologic type and grade guide surgical planning and integration of multimodality therapy.” Ariyan C, Singer S. In: Modern Soft Tissue Pathology. New York: Cambridge UP; 2010.

“Surgical management of soft tissue sarcoma in the geriatric population.” Ariyan C, Brennan M. In: Principles and Practice of Geriatric Surgery. 2nd ed. New York: Springer; 2011.

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