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Debasish Banerjee
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St George's University of London

Professor Banerjee is He a clinical nephrologist with special interest in managing CKD  and dialysis patients with heart disease and kidney transplant patients.

As a member of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Working Group on Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy, and following his establishment of a unique kidney failure - heart failure clinic at St George’s, he has created international strategies for managing CKD patients with cardiovascular disease. As part of the Association of British Clinical Diabetologists (ABCD) Renal Association Clinical Study Group, he has assisted in the formulation of national guidelines for the management of CKD patients with the added complication of diabetes.

He has received grants from the British Heart Foundation, Kidney Research UK, the Wellcome Trust (ISSF), Guy’s and St Thomas’ and St Georges’ Hospital Charity. As a member of Kidney Research UK’s cardio-renal study group he facilitated research in the cardiovascular complications of CKD in the UK. He serves the International Society of Nephrology action of clinical trials as the co-chair for patient engagement group, to improve patient involvement in international nephrology trials. He is the Chairman of the Training and Education Committee of UK kidney Association.

He has won many teaching awards including the ‘Best Undergraduate Medicine Teacher Award’ ‘Excellence in Teaching Award’  and ‘Overall Contribution to Education Award’at St George’s, a ‘Distinguished Teacher Award’ at University College London, the ‘Inpatient Student Teaching award’ at University of Miami. 

Professor Banerjee is the lead for the International Society of Nephrology and The Transplant Society India-UK Sister Centre program. 

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Date (UTC+8) Time (UTC+8) Local Time Hall Session Role Talk Title
2022-06-18 14:15-15:30 2022-06-18,14:15-15:30Hall 2

Improving Outcomes in Diabetic Kidney Disease and Beyond - Session 28