Dr.Surjit Tarafdar works as a Staff Specialist in the departments of Medical Assessment Unit and Nephrology at the Blacktown Hospital and is also a conjoint lecturer in Medicine at the University of Western Sydney. While undergoing Advanced Training in Nephrology at Flinders Medical Centre in Adelaide he had conceptualised and eventually co-written “Passing the FRACP Written Examination- Questions and Answers” published by Wiley-Blackwell.
He is the head of Renal Medicine at Blacktown Hospital where he practices as a clinical and academic renal physician.
After completing FRACP in Nephrology, Dr.Nankivell obtained MSc in pharmacology from the University of London. He then went onto gather two doctorates from the University of Sydney; a PhD in the mechanisms of progression of chronic renal failure and an MD examining transplant graft dysfunction.
Dr Gopi Rangan is Senior Staff Nephrologist at Westmead Hospital and Associate Professor in Medicine at the Westmead Millennium Institute. He is co-director of the Renal Genetics Clinic at Westmead Hospital, and his clinical and laboratory research focus is in autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease.