Dr. Sunil Shroff

Dr. Sunil Shroff

Primary Speciality : Urology

Secondary Speciality : Transplantation - Kidneys

Qualification :  MBBS, FRCS, Dip. Urology, MS

Location : Chennai, India

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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

Dr. Sunil Shroff is a Senior Consultant Urologist & Kidney Transplant Surgeon and Social Entrepreneur who has been instrumental in establishing the deceased donation and transplantation programme in India.

PRIMARY LOCATION 

Madras Medical Mission Hospital

ADDRESS

4-A Dr.J.Jayalalitha Nagar, Mogappair,
Chennai
Tamil Nadu
Contact Person : Mrs. Swetha

Specialities Available at this Location

  • Kidney Transplantation
  • Andrology
  • Urology

Working Hours

    Mon-Wed:10:00 AM - 01:00 PM

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Additional Locations 

Mohan Foundation

ADDRESS

3rd Floor, 267, Kilpauk Garden Road,
Chennai
Tamil Nadu
Contact Person : Mr.kennedy

Specialities Available at this Location

  • Andrology
  • Urology
  • Kidney Transplantation

Working Hours

    Thu:06:30 PM - 08:00 PM

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EDUCATION

  • MBBS - 1984
  • FRCS - Surgery - 1986
  • MS - General Surgery - 1990
  • Dip. Urology - 1993

AREAS OF SPECIAL INTEREST AND EXPERTISE

  • Promoting Organ Donation in India after brain death Using Information technology for healthcare and improving patient management

    AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS

    • 2000 - Outstanding Contribution to Society - by MITHRA, Chennai.
    • 2005 - Awarded to deliver Oration at Jodhpur Medical College Hospital in memory of their famous surgeon.
    • 2008 - Awarded to Deliver Orations on Deceased Donation by Indian Medical Association, Vijayawada.
    • 2010 - Social Entrepreneur of the Year from TIECON [TIE- The Indus Entrepreneur], Chennai.
    • 2011 - Agarwal Excellance Award - Agarwal Samaj of Tamil Nadu
    • 2012 - Best Teachers Award by Dr.MGR Medical University, Chennai , Tamil Nadu
    • 2007 - Recipient of Lifetime Achievement from Rotary International, Annanagar, Chennai.
    • 2012 - Prof. S.M.Nawab Memorial Oration at Annual Conference of Association of Surgeons of India, Bihar Chapter [BASICON 2012 ] held at Purnea , Bihar

    PUBLICATIONS

    • 2012 - Looze, KD; Shroff, S (2012). "Can presumed consent overcome organ shortage in India? Lessons from the Belgian experience". The National medical journal of India 25 (3): 168-71.
    • 2010 - Abraham, Georgi; Shroff, Sunil; Nayak, Karopadi; Matcha, Jayakumar; Rajapurkar, Mohan; Reddy, Yuvaram N V; Sundaram, Varun; Reddy, Yogesh N V (2010). "Deceased-donor renal transplantation program in India". Kidney International 77 (5): 378-80.
    • 1994 - Shroff, Sunil; Lee, John O.; Townsend, A.R. (1994). "Spontaneous Rupture of Bladder in Pregnancy". Urologia Internationalis 52 (3): 179-80
    • 1995 - Shroff, S (1995). "Treatment of ureteric stones. Comparison of laser and pneumatic lithotripsy and intracorporeal lithotripsy with the Swiss lithoclast". British journal of urology 75 (6): 810
    • 1998 - Anantharaman, P (1998). "Klebsiella endocarditis in the early post-operative period after renal transplantation". Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation 13 (10): 2665
    • 2000 - Millwala, F.N; Abraham, G; Shroff, S; Soundarajan, P; Rao, R; Kuruvilla, S (2000). "Spontaneous renal allograft rupture in a cohort of renal transplant recipients: A tertiary care experience". Transplantation Proceedings 32 (7): 1912-3
    • 2003 - Thanka, J; Kuruvilla, S; Abraham, G; Shroff, S; Kumar, BA; Ranjitham, M (2003). "Bilateral renal papillary necrosis due to Candida infection in a diabetic patient presenting as anuria". The Journal of the Association of Physicians of India 51: 919-20.
    • 2005 - Vijayalakshmi, K; Vettriselvi, V; Krishnan, M; Shroff, S; Jayanth, VR; Paul, SF (2005). "Cytochrome p4501A1 gene variants as susceptibility marker for prostate cancer". Cancer biomarkers : section a of Disease markers 1 (4-5): 251-8.
    • 2009 - Mohan, S; Paul, SF; Shroff, S; Venkatesan, V (2009). "Interleukin-4-receptor alpha gene polymorphism and the risk of renal cell carcinoma in a South Indian population". Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention : APJCP 10 (2): 295-8
    • 2007 - Shroff, S. (2007). "Indian Transplant Registry - "www.transplantindia.com". Transplantation Proceedings 39 (3): 711-3.

    MEMBERSHIPS

    • Urological Society of India -January - 1996 -December - 2015

    LANGUAGES KNOWN

    • Tamil
    • English
    • Hindi

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