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Dr. Deepak Jadhav

M.D. (Internal Medicine), DNB - Diplomate of National Board- Nephrology, Fellowship in Nephrology - Ottawa, Canada, American Society of Transplantation Fellowship - Ottawa, Canada

Consultant Nephrologist

Work Experience

  • After receiving his undergraduate training from the prestigious Seth G.S. Medical College and King Edward Memorial Hospital (KEM) in Mumbai and his M.D. in Internal medicine, Dr. Deepak completed his super specialization in Nephrology & Kidney Transplantation (Diplomate of National Board) at Topiwala National Medical College and B.Y.L Nair Hospital in Mumbai.
  • He worked as an Assistant Professor in Medicine & Nephrology at Seth G.S. Medical College and King Edward Memorial Hospital, Mumbai.
  • Dr Deepak also worked at the Kidney Research Center at the University of Ottawa during his two year fellowship in Nephrology followed by a one year Kidney Transplant Fellowship which is recognized by the American Society of Transplantation from University of Ottawa, Canada.
  • After returning to India, Dr. Deepak worked at Seven Hills Hospital, Mumbai for five years, where he worked as a Consultant Nephrologist and Kidney Transplant Physician.

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Hindi
  • Marathi

Special Interests

  • General Nephrology, Acute and chronic Dialysis, Critical care Nephrology, Care of chronic kidney Disease patients, Home dialysis therapy (Peritoneal Dialysis, home Hemodialysis), Kidney transplantation.
  • Prevention of kidney disease progression and kidney transplantation

Research / Publications

  • Received many awards for presenting his research at National & International level.
  • Published an article in the American Journal of Transplantation.

Articles

  • Urinary excretion of ACE, ACE2 and podocyte proteins in proteinuric renal transplant patients, JASN Sept 2009
  • Systematic review: Kidney transplantation compared with dialysis in clinically relevant outcomes-Am J Transplant- Oct, 11 (10):2093-109
  • Increased Urinary Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme 2 in Renal Transplant Patients with Diabetes, PLosOne, May 2012, Volume 7: Issue 5.