MBBS, MRCP (UK)
Specialty Certificate Examination (Nephrology), UK
Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training (CCT), Nephrology, UK
Dr. Kaushik has completed his higher medical training in United Kingdom. He completed his post-graduation (MRCP) in Internal medicine in 2008. Subsequently he started his career in the field of Nephrology and Transplantation.
Dr. Kaushik has trained in nephrology under University College, London partner institutes. For majority of his career, he has worked at Royal London Hospital, which is one of the biggest nephrology units in Europe. The unit performed approximately 200 renal transplants per year. The dialysis programme at the unit consisted of approximately 1000 patients undergoing maintenance haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis on a regular basis.
Dr. Kaushik is competent in managing all aspects of kidney diseases in the accordance of latest evidence based medicine.
He has attained extensive experience in transplantation including complex high risk renal transplantation; ABO incompatible transplantation; assessment of patients before transplantation and follow up after kidney transplantation.
He is experienced in looking after patient on maintenance haemodialysis while being constantly aware of challenges faced by chronic kidney disease patients in everyday life. Dr. Kaushik also has a special interest in providing peritoneal dialysis, particularly in patients with advanced heart failure.
Dr. Kaushik has expertise in following procedures:
Research interest: Dr. Kaushik is affiliated with Queen Mary University, London for his research work. All his research has been dedicated towards improving anaemia management and cardiovascular outcomes in patients on haemodialysis. Dr. Kaushik has trained under and worked with few of the greatest clinicians and researchers in field of nephrology in United Kingdom. He has also used and optimised usage of novel techniques of imaging such as PET CT scans in Chronic kidney disease patients
His research studies have resulted in improvement in patient care provision and formed basis of future research.