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Niti Madan


Dr. Niti Madan is an Associate Professor in Division of Nephrology, Department of Medicine at University of California Davis School of Medicine. She received her medical degree from Government Medical College, Patiala, Punjab, India. She completed her Internal Medicine Residency at Southern Illinois University, Springfield in 2004. Subsequently, she underwent Nephrology fellowship training at University of Texas, Houston. Currently, she is working as faculty at the University of California Davis. She has the strong interest in hypertension, acute kidney injury, glomerulonephritis, onco-nephrology and home dialysis. She is Medical Director for Nephrology clinic and also for the dialysis clinic. She has close to 100 dialysis patients and responsible for quality and safety, staff and patient education. The clinical part of her work involves outpatient clinics, outreach clinics, and inpatient consult service. The teaching responsibilities are teaching medical students, residents, and fellows in outpatient and inpatient setting. She is also involved in teaching other specialties trainees, physician assistant, and nurse practitioner students. She has leadership responsibilities as Medical Director and part of Department Leadership group. She is the author of articles in internationally published journals and book chapters.

Research Interests:

Her research interest includes dialysis adequacy, acute kidney injury, glomerulonephritis, patient outcomes in dialysis therapies and hypertension

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