Editorial Board Member - JCRS
Dr. Ashik Hayat graduated from University of Jammu India in 1992. He successfully completed his M.D (Doctor of Medicine) Internal Medicine 1n 1998 followed by Fellowship of Nephrology (D.M) with honors in 2003 from highly reputed university (PGI Chandigarh India). He also successfully qualified National Board of Nephrology examination (DNB) in 2004. There after he completed an advanced Fellowship in the Nephrology and kidney transplantation from the internationally reputed university of Toronto Canada in 2007 and Fellowship of Royal Australasian college of Physcians ( FRACP).
Dr. Hayat has been awarded the Fellowship of American Society of Nephrology (FASN) and Fellowship of American College of Physicians (FACP) for his significant contribution to the field of medical sciences. Dr Hayat was awarded young Scientist award by Indian society of nephrology for his research paper “Adverse Impact of BK Polyoma Virus in Renal Transplant Recipients” in 2002.
Dr. Hayat has worked as consultant and Associate professor in various Universities in India and Saudi Arabia and is currently working as consultant at Taranaki base Hospital New Zealand. He has more than twenty five research papers published in internationally accredited medical and nephrology Journals. Dr Hayat has presented many research papers and delivered lectures on various nephrology topics in various nephrology forums and international conferences. Dr Hayat is on the editorial board of various internationally reputed Journals including journal of American society of nephrology.
Dr. Hayat has special interest in teaching and research, his field of interest includes fluid and electrolyte disturbance, advances in Haemodialysis and Peritoneal dialysis and kidney transplantation
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