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Inaugural Lectures 2021: Professor Debasish Banerjee

Date: Monday 25 October 2021

Time: 17:30 - 18:30

Professor Debasish Banerjee delivered his inaugural lecture 'My journey with the kidney, the heart and the amazing people' on Monday 25 October 2021.

The lecture was a hybrid event, with a small audience in the Michael Heron lecture theatre at St George's University of London and for those attending remotely, the lecture was live-streamed via MS Teams.

Watch a recording of the lecture

About Professor Debasish Banerjee

Professor Banerjee was trained in Medicine and Nephrology at Calcutta University, Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research Chandigarh, London Deanery and the University of Miami, USA before he joined St George's, University of London and St George's University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. He is a clinical nephrologist with a special interest in managing CKD and dialysis patients with heart disease and kidney transplant patients.

He is the clinical-subdean for the hospital and USMLE lead for the International MBBS Programme.

About our Inaugural Lectures

St George's newly arrived or promoted professors are invited to give an inaugural lecture to mark this milestone in their academic careers. Professors use the opportunity to introduce themselves, update colleagues on current and future research plans, and share their research with wider audiences. It is also a chance to celebrate the support from friends and family, and from colleagues, mentors, and collaborators past and present.

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