Prof Dr. Debabrata Mukherjee

Nephrologist & Renal Transplant Physician

Prof Dr. Debabrata Mukherjee

Nephrologist & Renal Transplant Physician

Healic, Baani Square, Gurugram

Consultation Fee : Rs 1800

Doctor Biography

Prof. Dr. Debabrata Mukherjee, an esteemed Nephrologist and transplant physician, has dedicated his career to advancing nephrology and renal transplantation in India. Born on February 7, 1969, in Pune, Maharashtra, Dr. Mukherjee pursued his MBBS and MD in Internal Medicine at the Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, followed by a DM in Nephrology from PGIMER, Chandigarh. His commitment to education is evident through his role as a faculty member and examiner for DM and DNB Nephrology, as well as MD and DNB Medicine, shaping the next generation of medical professionals.

Dr. Mukherjee has held numerous prestigious positions, including Senior Director and Professor at BLK-MAX Superspeciality Hospital, Delhi, and MAX Hospital, Gurugram. His previous roles include Chairman and Head of the Department of Renal Sciences at Batra Hospital, Delhi, and various leadership positions within the Indian Armed Forces Medical Services. His military service includes significant contributions to nephrology and transplant medicine, reflecting his extensive expertise and dedication to patient care and medical education. Dr. Mukherjee was a Physician to Royal family of Bhutan and President of India

Throughout his career, Dr. Mukherjee has been actively involved in research and policy-making. He has been a member of several expert committees, including the Armed Forces Medical Research Committee and the Drug Review Committee of the Director General Armed Forces Medical Services. He has also contributed to drafting key policies on organ transplantation and chronic kidney disease management for the Indian Armed Forces.

Dr. Mukherjee’s scholarly work includes numerous publications in national and international journals, with notable research on topics such as antibody-mediated rejection in kidney transplants and the use of immunoadsorption columns in ABO-incompatible renal transplantation. His presentations at international conferences have earned him accolades, including the best abstract from a young investigator at the ERA-EDTA Conference in Stockholm.

Recognized for his contributions, Dr. Mukherjee has received several awards, including the Economic Times Healthcare Award for Best Nephrologist of India and the Sushruta Award for outstanding patient care, academics, and research. His lifelong commitment to nephrology, education, and research continues to impact the field profoundly.