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.
Prof Chapman was born in London and studied medicine at Cambridge University before accepting a position at the Westmead Hospital in 1987.Over the years he has established himself as a giant in the world of nephrology with special emphasis on transplantation. In 2014 Prof Chapman was named the number one expert on kidney transplantation in the world by Expertscape, a global organisation which objectively evaluates the top medical specialists and their contribution to science.
Dr Katrina Chau is a renal physician at Blacktown Hospital. She graduated from University of New South Wales in 2005 and obtained her FRACP in nephrology in 2013. She is currently completing a PhD at the University of Sydney in preeclampsia.
Dr Kamal Sud is the departmental head of Renal Medicine at Nepean hospital. He is also the co-director of peritoneal dialysis (western renal services) and regional dialysis center (Blacktown Hospital) and member of ANZDATA peritoneal dialysis working group.