Professor Neeraj Dhaun (Bean)
Professor of Nephrology
Professor Neeraj Dhaun (Bean)
Professor of Nephrology
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Research in a nutshell

My group’s research focuses on the cardiovascular risk associated with the spectrum of chronic kidney disease (CKD) from early in the disease trajectory through to kidney failure requiring either dialysis or kidney transplantation. We perform pre-clinical and experimental medicine studies as well as investigating cardiovascular risk at a population level. Our goals are to identify cardiovascular risk early in patients with CKD, to investigate novel therapies that might reduce this risk and so improve longer-term patient outcomes.


Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), University of Edinburgh
Award Date: 1 Sep 2011

Doctor of Medicine, University of Edinburgh
Award Date: 1 Aug 2000

External positions

Senior Fellow (Team 8), INSERM & Université Paris-Descartes, PARis Cardiovascular Centre - PARCC, 56 rue Leblanc 75015 PARIS
1 Sep 2015 → …


Percutaneous Intervention in Takayasu Arteritis: Potential Advantages of Procedural Perseverance

In: Journal of the American College of Cardiology

Corrigendum to “Novel retinal vascular phenotypes for the potential assessment of long-term risk in living kidney donors.” Kidney Int. 2022;102:661-665