University of Birmingham
Sudhir R Thaduri graduated from Gandhi Medical College, India and moved to United States 2009. Following a Residency in Internal Medicine at University of Arkansas Medical Sciences, Little Rock AR ,he pursued Fellowship in Nephrology at the same Institute and subsequently served as a faculty in Nephrology at the University of West Virginia, Morgantown after which he pursued a Fellowship in Renal Transplantation at The Johns Hopkins University Hospital, Baltimore MD and moved to University of Birmingham, AL where he is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Renal Transplantation/ Nephrology.
His clinical work is mainly focused on Kidney Transplantation in adults at UAB , Pancreas Transplantation and living donation. His areas of interest primarily focus on improving care for Kidney Transplant Recipients, Novel Biomarkers in the field of Transplantation and tailoring of Immunosuppression based on phenotypes. He is actively involved in Clinical trials with UAB as participating centre. He has been involved in working with the use of cell free DNA as part of multiple Clinical studies.
He has been a member of AST with active participation in communities of AST and ASN.