Dr. Pary Sivaraman

Renal Medicine

Credentials MBBS (Singapore), Internal Medicine Training
Language English, Bahasa Melayu, Tamil, Bahasa Indonesia
Background
  • Born in Singapore
  • Undergraduate medical education in Singapore (National University of Singapore) – MBBS (Singapore)
  • Post-graduate training in Singapore
  • Internal Medicine Training (Various hospitals including Toa Payoh General Hospital, Singapore General Hospital & National University Hospital)
  • Renal Medicine Training (National University Hospital)
  • Overseas Training in Transplantation
  • Trained under Dr David Landsberg and Dr Paul Keown, in Vancover, British Columbia, Canada from 1999 to 2000 in Kidney Transplantation.
  • Managed Adult Kidney Transplant Program at the National University Hospital from 2000 till end 2007.
  • Involved in the first Asian bone marrow & kidney transplantation that resulted in transplant tolerance.
  • Special interest in the management of many immune related kidney conditions including lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, etc.
  • Nephrologist in charge of the People’s Dialysis Centre (a charity based hemodialysis program managed by the Khoo Foundation) since 2003. Previously volunteered his services to the Kidney Dialysis Foundation & the National Kidney Foundation to help manage dialysis patients.
  • Formerly an active member of the Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) sub-committee and Vice Chairman of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee in the National University Hospital.
    Member in various local and international societies including the American Society of Nephrology, American Society of Transplantation and International Society of Transplantation, to name a few.
  • Previously served on various national committees in Singapore including the National Committee on Renal Care (that advises on the overall renal care program in Singapore), Specialist Training Committee (that oversees the training of nephrologists/renal medicine specialists in Singapore) and Transplant Advisory Committee (that oversees all types of transplantation in Singapore). He has also been involved in giving specialist advice to the Health Services Authority of Singapore on various renal related drugs.