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Dr Malik is of Indian origin, and completed his nephrology training in Cambridge and a renal transplant fellowship at University of Toronto. He was a transplant nephrologist and the medical lead for transplantation at University Hospitals of Coventry and Warwickshire, part of an organ sharing network with Oxford (CoxNet). He has completed clinical research and clinical epidemiology training programmes from Harvard Medical School. He has an interest in clinical epidemiology and clinical research in nephrology and transplantation. He is a clinician teacher and is involved in organising courses, question writing for the Royal College of Physicians UK, examiner for PLAB and Warwick Medical School. Current research interests include: health outcomes-based research, promotion of living donation in ethnic minorities, cognition in transplant recipients and live donor outcomes among others. He has on-going collaboration with other researchers, and has successfully received grants from commercial and charity organisations. He is the Primary Investigator for DiGiT study, Editor for the upcoming European Specialty Certificate in Nephrology preparatory book approved for publication by Oxford University Publishers. He is an active community member of the UK Emergency Medical Team. He is passionate about helping local communities, addressing imbalance and promoting awareness of organ donation and impact of kidney diseases.
MRCP (Med), MRCP(Nephrology), EBTM, FRCP Renal Association Uk, American Society Of Nephrology, International Society Of Nephrology, Esot, Era-edta, British Transplant Society