The Division of Nephrology at Washington University School of Medicine welcomes transplant nephrologist Rohan Singh Paul, MBBS, who joined us as Assistant Professor of Medicine on November 1, 2022.
Dr. Paul comes to us from the George Washington University Hospital where he was an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Kidney Diseases and Hypertension in Washington, DC. He earned his medical degree from the University of Western Australia and did his internal medicine residency at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Perth, Australia and at Kaiser Foundation Hospital, San Francisco Medical Center, where he also served as Clinical Chief Resident and completed a fellowship in Patient Safety.
After graduating from the Renal-Electrolyte Fellowship Training Program at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Paul completed the Transplant Nephrology Fellowship Training Program at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center.
His clinical and research interests focus on novel immunosuppression and recurrent diseases after kidney transplantation. He has already developed an extensive list of first-author and senior-authored published research. See some of his most recent publications below.
“I am very excited to be joining such as talented and vibrant team and look forward to contributing to the amazing work already being done by the Division while also discovering all the great things St. Louis has to offer,” says Paul.
In his spare time, he enjoys art, photography, music and theatre and stays active by running and playing squash. He also likes exploring new bars and restaurants and cooking/baking with his wife, Eisha, who is a passionate foodie!
- Eye Disease in Kidney Transplantation: Clinical Challenges in a Unique Patient Population; Multani EK, Bajwa D, Multani PK, Nobakht E, Raj D, Paul RS; Survey of Ophthalmology. 2021 Dec 23: S0039-6257(21)00226-5; Epub ahead of print.
- Precision Medicine in Kidney Transplantation: Just Hype or a Realistic Hope? Nobakht E, Jagadeesan M, Paul R, Bromberg J, Dadgar S; Transplantation Direct; 2021 Jan 7;7(2):e650.
- Donor-derived Cell-free DNA: Advancing a Novel Assay to New Heights in Renal Transplantation; Paul RS, Almokayad I, Collins A, Raj D, Jagadeesan M; Transplantation Direct; 2021 Feb 4;7(3):e664.
- The Potassium Regulator Patiromer Affects Serum and Stool Electrolytes in Patients Receiving Hemodialysis; Amdur RL, Paul R, Barrows ED, Kincaid D, Muralidharan J, Nobakht E, Centron-Vinales P, Siddiqi M, Patel SS, Raj DS; Kidney International. 2020 Nov;98(5):1331-1340.