FELLOWS

Current Fellows

Why UIC for Fellowship?

“Great place to learn.”

“Well-balanced program where the entire faculty is very approachable and maintains the collegial environment. “

“Excellent exposure to different patient population and pathophysiology. Fellows are exposed to the full range of renal diseases and gain proficiency in procedures (especially renal biopsies).”

“Plenty of opportunity to enhance your clinical knowledge in nephrology, improve procedural skills with biopsies, interpersonal skills with patients, professionalism, and practical experience.”

“Excellent learning environment. Breath of pathophysiology seen here is incomparable to other centers. Faculty is committed to teaching and there are plenty of opportunities for research.”

Former Fellows & Locations

Graduation YearNameCurrent Location
2019Lakshmi PathakFargo, North Dakota
2019Akika AndoTokyo, Japan
2019Waala DabbasUIC Transplant Nephrology Fellow
2018Bishan ChakravartyAmin Nephrology & Hypertension Specialist – Mercy Hospital St. Louis, Farmington, Missouri
2018Jelena KovacevicSinai Health System, Chicago, Illinois
2018Jonathan M. SilvermanNephrology Specialists, Porter Healthcare System, Portage, Indiana
2018Kunal SinghBronson Battle Creek Hospital, Battle Creek, Michigan
2017Nikhil A. ParikhPrevea Health – St. Nicholas Hospital, Sheboygan,  WI
2017Amatur AmarahJohn H. Stroger Jr., Hospital of Cook County, Chicago, Illinois
2017Imran A. BalochUniversity Hospital Midtown and Emory University Hospital, Fitchburg, WI
2017Manpreet SinghFranciscan Health, Indianapolis, Indiana
2016Mazen DiabAdvocate Health Care, Oak Lawn, Illinois
2016Hemanth HampoleMemorial Hermann, Houston, Texas
2016Vishnu Vandana PalleReading Hospital – Tower Health Medical Group, West Reading, Pennsylvania
2015Esteban Cedillo-CouvertSouth Texas Renal Care Group, San Antonio, Texas
2015Sarika ChopraSteward Health Care System, Brighton, Massachusetts
2015Asa KogantiDallas Nephrology Associates, Fort Worth, Texas
2015Chijoke OnyenwenyiSouthwest Nephrology Associates, Evergreen Park, Illinois
2014Ambarish M. AthavaleJohn H. Stroger Jr., Hospital of Cook County, Chicago, Illinois
2014Swati LedererUT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas
2014Alice ChingMedical College of Wisconsin – Zablocki VA Medical Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
2014Sharmila ParvathaneniChandler Regional Medical Center, Kingman, Arizona
2013Ivan S. BegovFox Valley Medical Associates,  Aurora, Illinois
2013Revathi BelurDecatur Memorial Hospital, Decatur, Illinois
2013Mahvesh MahmudBanner University Medical Center – Tucson Campus, Tucson, Arizona
2013Anca I. ZegreaAssociates in Nephrology, Libertyville, Illinois

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