Dr Sapna Shah
- Year Qualified
- MB ChB, MRCP
Dr Shah has been a Consultant Nephrologist at King’s College Hospital since 2009. She is currently responsible for the renal transplant service at King’s.
Dr Shah is involved in developing a combined liver kidney clinic at the King’s site, which aims to optimise clinical care and promote research opportunities in this cohort of patients. In addition, she is the renal lead for the liver kidney transplantation program at King’s.
Her research interests include developing strategies to tailor immunosuppression for renal transplant recipients using pharmogenomics.
Shah S, Harwood SM, Döhler B, Opelz G, Yaqoob MM (2012) ‘Inosine monophosphate dehydrogenase polymorphisms and renal allograft outcome‘, Transplantation, 94,(5):486-91
Shah S, Collett D, Johnson R, Raftery M, Rudge C, Yaqoob MM (2008) ‘The effect of mycophenolate mofetil and azathioprine dose on renal allograft outcome in the United kingdom‘, Transplantation, 86,(8):1035-42
Shah S, Collett D, Johnson R, Thuraisingham RC, Raftery MJ, Rudge CJ, Yaqoob MM (2006) ‘Long-term graft outcome with mycophenolate mofetil and azathioprine: A paired kidney analysis‘, Transplantation, 82,(12):1634-9