Dr. Ravi Bhadania completed his MBBS (2010) from Gujarat University and secured 1st rank in his MD medicine from N.H.L. Municipal Medical College, V.S. Hospital, Ahmedabad. He was awarded a gold medal upon his completion of D.M. Nephrology degree in 2018 from Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS), Lucknow, which is one of the premier medical institutes in India. He has also undergone a research fellowship in Kidney Transplants from one of the leading global Kidney transplant centers – the Tokyo Women’s Medical University (TWMU).
Dr. Ravi Bhadania, a nephrology doctor in Ahmedabad, has rich experience in both academic and medical practice in his field. He has worked with various hospitals including Epic hospital, SAL hospital, HCG hospital, Sterling Hospital, SGVP hospital, Avron hospital, and Trisha Hospital. He served as an Assistant Professor and ICU Physician at Dhiraj Hospital, SBKIMS, Sumandeep University, Vadodara. He has also been a senior resident at both Gujarat Adani Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhuj, and at the Dept. of Nephrology, SGPGIMS Lucknow.
Apart from 1st rank in MD medicine course at N.H.L. Municipal medical college and gold medal in D.M. Nephrology residency at SGPGIMS (Lucknow), Dr. Ravi Bhadania is a 2002 NTSE scholar and also holds certification in Computer Application course, Animal Science Training and Experiment course, and a Biostatistics course from SGPGIMS, Lucknow.
Dr. Ravi Bhadania has published research papers under the following distinguished journals, apart from also presenting posters and oral papers at various conferences.
International Journal of Scientific Research – “Study of TIMI-II Prognostic Criteria in STEMI” (December 2012)
Presented oral paper on “A study of 25 cases of Interstitial Lung Diseases” at APGCON (December 2012)
Indian Journal of Nephrology – “Post renal transplant audiometric changes- does renal transplant affect hearing?”
Under publication in American Journal of Kidney Diseases – “Reduction in Blood Tacrolimus levels with co-administration of intravenous Amphotericin in renal transplant recipients”
Journal of Infectious Diseases – “Giant Molluscum Contagiosum in post renal transplant patient”