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The University of Cincinnati Medical Center Transplant Program started in 1967. Our program has outstanding expertise and experience, with more than 180 kidney transplants and 25 combined solid organ transplants completed annually. The University
of Cincinnati Medical Center has a robust program for both living and deceased donor kidney and pancreas transplantation. Our Transplant Nephrologists work closely with a multidisciplinary team that includes surgeons, pathologists, infectious
disease specialists, and a large group of coordinators and ancillary staff to ensure high quality care. UC Transplant Nephrology practices innovative medical care, including steroid-free and novel immunosuppressive regimens.
Research programs established include those in glomerular diseases, women’s health, pharmacology and desensitization.
UC offers a Transplant Nephrology Fellowship of one year, giving our trainees clinical and research experience in the field of kidney and pancreas transplantation. The fellowship consists of rotations through our inpatient consulting service, outpatient
clinics, HLA lab, and elective/research. We encourage all interested applicants to apply!
Amit Govil, MD - Professor of MedicineMedical Director of Kidney and Pancreas Transplantation
Rita Alloway, PharmD - Research Professor of Nephrology
Silvi Shah, MD - Assistant Professor of Medicine
Manish Anand, MD - Assistant Professor of Medicine
Taranpreet Kaur, MD - Assistant Professor of Medicine
Shalini Bumb, MD - Assistant Professor of Medicine
Niralee Patel, MD- Assistant Professor of Medicine
Kim Hoffman, DNP - Nurse Practitioner
Sunshine Barhorst, DNP- Nurse Practitioner
Lauren Plageman, DNP- Nurse Practitioner
University of CincinnatiDepartment of Internal Medicine
Division of Nephrology and Hypertension
231 Albert Sabin Way, ML 0585
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0585