I am an assistant professor in the Department of Internal Medicine in the Division of Nephrology. I am a proud associate of Arkansas’s only transplant program.
I graduated from Prathima Institute of Medical Sciences, NTR Health University, India, followed by residency in internal medicine from Saint Vincent Hospital in Worcester, Massachusetts. I proceeded to complete my fellowship in nephrology from University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. I pursued my passion for kidney-pancreas transplant at University of Wisconsin Madison, one of the major transplant centers in the country. I feel blessed to be able to make a difference in lives of ESRD patients.
Delayed graft function, infections in kidney transplant recipients, living donation, simultaneous kidney and pancreas transplantation
- Enjoying time with my family
- Enjoying nature
Being able to make a difference in lives of patients as a physician
I was drawn towards nephrology as it involves complex and critical thought process.
Why Little Rock
Great weather, great work environment with good work-life balance, and wonderful people