Non communicable disease, Thematic Committee

Prof. Dr. Dibya Singh Shah

Dr. Divya Singh Shah holds degrees in MBBS, MD, and completed a Fellowship in Nephrology & Transplant Medicine in Australia. Previously, she served as the Professor & Head of the Department of Nephrology at the Institute of Medicine, Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital. Currently, she’s the Dean at the Institute of Medicine. She’s a Founder Member of SIMON and the Nepal Society of Nephrology, and she’s also a member of the International Society of Nephrology and The Transplantation Society. Furthermore, she actively contributes to the Nepal Public Health Foundation as a coordination committee member and thematic committee member.

Major publications

  1. South Asian Transplant Infectious Disease Guidelines for Solid Organ Transplant Candidates, Recipients, and Donors
  2. Disseminated Nocardiosis in renal transplant recipient under therapy for pulmonary tuberculosis: a case report
  3. Renal Mucormycosis: Post-COVID-19 Infection Presenting as Unilateral Hydronephrosis in a Young Immunocompetent Male
  4. Product of serum calcium and phosphorus (Ca × PO4) as predictor of cardiovascular disease risk in predialysis patients
  5. International Society of Nephrology Global Kidney Health Atlas: structures, organization, and services for the management of kidney failure in South Asia
  6. The COVID-19 Pandemic Identifies Significant Global Inequities in Hemodialysis Care in Low and Lower-Middle Income Countries—An ISN/DOPPS Survey
  7. The Global Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on In-Center Hemodialysis Services: An ISN-Dialysis Outcomes Practice Patterns Study Survey
  8. An ISN-DOPPS Survey of the Global Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Peritoneal Dialysis Services
  9. Transplantation in Asia during the coronavirus disease-19 (COVID-19) pandemic: briefs from member countries of the Asian Society of Transplantation
  10. Equity in Transplantation Access in Nepal: An Analysis of Gender, Geographic, and Caste-Based Disparities in Transplants