I currently serve as the Medical Director for Kidney Transplantation. I completed my medical school from Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) located at Pondicherry, in Southern India. I have the added experience of surgery, having completed three years of Ophthalmology at PGIMER, Chandigarh, India. I relocated to the US in 2009 where I switched gears and pursued Internal Medicine residency at Saint Vincent Hospital at Worcester, MA (2011-2014). Thereafter I proceeded to complete my Nephrology Fellowship at New York University, New York (2014-2016). I am passionate about immunology and went on to do one more year of Transplant Nephrology Fellowship at University of Pittsburgh (2016-2017). My first job has been at UAMS and I like working here. We work closely with the surgeons and it’s been a great experience. The number of kidney transplantations at UAMS has almost quadrupled since 2017 when I joined and is still going strong. I attribute this to the harmonious relationship between all the people involved in the multidisciplinary approach needed to take care of the transplant recipients and transplant candidates.
- Transplant Rejection
- APOL-1 gene effects on transplant recipients
- I love working out and cooking
- I am also very interested in music, I hope to learn the piano someday
- My wonderful family
- Working as a Transplant Nephrologist and caring for the patients in their journey from being ESRD patients to transplant recipients which changes their lives in so many good ways.
Describe your experience working in the Division of Nephrology at UAMS.
- It has been a wonderful experience with supportive people all around me especially under the guidance of Dr. Arthur who is gem of a person.
Why Little Rock?
- Lots of nature trails
- Good schools for kids
- Not over crowded
- Decent food