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Dr. Bashevkin

Dr. Michael Bashevkin

At Hematology Oncology Associates of Brooklyn, we have some of the best physicians in the world, such as Dr. Bashevkin. Michael Bashevkin, MD, received his baccalaureate degree from Yeshiva University in New York in 1969 and his MD from the State University of New York at Downstate in Brooklyn in 1973. He completed post-graduate internships at the VA Medical Center and New York University Medical Center between the years of 1973 and 1974. From 1974 to 1976, he completed his residency at the VA Medical Center and NYU Medical Center and his fellowship at Maimonides Medical Center, in Brooklyn, from 1976 to 1979.

Appointments Held

Over the course of his career, he has been recognized for his work in the field. Presently, Dr. Bashevkin holds an appointment as Associate Attending Physician at several medical facilities, including:

• Maimonides Medical Center: Department of Medicine: Division of Hematology Oncology: Brooklyn, New York: Since 1979
• Beth Israel Medical Center: Kings Highway: Department of Medicine: Division of Hematology Oncology: Brooklyn, New York: Since 2000
• Peninsula Hospital Center: Department of Medicine: Division of Hematology Oncology: Far Rockaway, New York: Since 2000
• Instructor at the Academic State University of New York: Downstate Medical Center: Department of Medicine: Brooklyn, New York: Since 1982

Dr. Bashevkin has been a diplomat of the National Board of Medical Examiners since 1974 and the American Board of Internal Medicine since 1976, with subspecialties in Hematology (1978) and Medical Oncology (1979). He is also a member of:

• The Medical American Society of Hematology
• The American Society of Clinical Oncology
• The New York Society of Medical Oncologists & Hematologists
• The Society for the Study of Blood


Bashevkin, M.L., Nawabi, I. U., Stefanyshyn, N., Alter, A.A. Bleeding after prostate surgery in Factor XI deficient patients despite extensive uncomplicated surgical histories. Blood (Suppl. 1), 52: 178, 1978. (Abstract).

Bashevkin, M.L., Nawabi, I.U. Factor XI deficiency in surgical patients. New York State Journal of Medicine, 79: 1360, 1979.

Hollander, G., Bashevkin, M., Feldman, H., Lichstein, E. Heparin-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia, Chest, 79:234, February 1981.

Lebowicz, J., Kopel, S., Bashevkin, M., Nawabi, I.U. Successful treatment of refractory Myelofibrosis and Myeloid Metaplasia (MMM) with Nandrolone Decoanoate (N) Prednisone. Abstract, American Society of Hematology Meeting, December 1981.

Boyd, D., Coleman, M., Adler, K., Kopel, S., Bernhardt, B., Bashevkin, M., Papish, S., Allen, S., Levey, G. Six drug polychemotherapy utilizing infusional bleomycin and vincristine for diffuse large cell lymphoma. Blood (Suppl. 1), 64:626, 1974.

Coleman, M., Annitage, J., Bashevkin, M., et al. The COP BLAM Programs: Evolving chemotherapy concepts in large cell lymphoma. Seminars in Oncology, 25:2 (Suppl. 2), April 1988.

Gal, D., Kopel, S., Bashevkin, M., Lebowicz, J., Lev, R., Tancer, M.L. Oncogenic potential of Tamoxifen on endometria of postmenopausal women with breast cancer - Preliminary Report. GYN. ONC. 42:12-124, 1991.