Clinical Assistant Professor
Education and Training
Medical School-LLRM Medical College, India.
Residency-Wiliam Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI
Fellowship-University of Michigan Hospitals, Ann Arbor, MI.
Dr Chandra completed her nephrology fellowship at University of MI, Ann Arbor following which she completed a 2 year National Kidney Foundation (NKF) research fellowship. She joined University of Maryland as faculty in 2011. She rounds as the attending physician in the nephrology consultative services at University of Maryland hospital. She manages patients with glomerular diseases at 419 Redwood Street.
Main area of clinical interest is glomerular diseases, fluids and electrolytes, AKI, hypertension.
Main areas of research interest is glomerular diseases.
1. Chandra P, Sands RL, Gillespie BW, Kotanko P, Kiser M, Finkelstein F, Hinderliter A, Pop-Busui R, Rajagopalan S, Saran R. Predictors of heart rate variabilityand its prognostic significance in chronic kidney disease. Nephrol Dial Transplant (2012) 27 (2):700-709
2. Chandra P, Kopp JB. Viruses and collapsing glomerulopathy: a brief critical review, Clin Kidey J (2013) 6 (1): 1-5
3. Chandra P, Sands RL, Gillespie BW, Levin NW, Kotanko P, Kiser M, Finkelstein F, Hiderliter A, Rajagopalan S, Sengstock D, Saran R. Relationship between heart rate variability and pulse wave velocity and their associations with patient outcomes in chronic kidney disease. Clin Nephrol )(2014) Jan: 81 (1): 9-19
4. Chandra P. C4d in Native Glomerular diseases, Am J Nephrol (2019) 49:81-92
My primary research interest is glomerular diseases, including primary glomerular diseases, lupus nephritis, vasculitis.