Nephrology Team

Professor Zoltan Endre
Professor Zoltan Endre
BSc MB BS PhD FRACP FASN

Director, Department of Nephrology

Professor of Medicine, UNSW

Professor Zoltan Endre graduated with first class honours in Medicine and Science and a PhD from Sydney University. He trained as a Nephrologist at Prince Henry Hospital in Sydney and completed post-doctoral scientific studies as Nuffield Medical Fellow in Oxford. He has held Nephrology Consultant and Professorial appointments in Brisbane – Australia, Christchurch – New Zealand and Sydney – Australia. He is also Director of the Australian Kidney Biomarker Research Laboratory.

Dr Johnathan Erlich
Dr Johnathan Erlich
BMedSci MB BS PhD FRACP

Staff Specialist Nephrologist

Senior Lecturer (Conjoint) in Medicine, UNSW

Dr Erlich is a clinical academic and Senior Lecturer in Medicine at UNSW and Prince of Wales Hospital. He graduated from medicine from Melbourne University followed by a PhD from Monash University and then completed post doctoral studies at The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla California prior to taking up his current position as consultant nephrologist and clinical academic. Dr Erlich supervises both undergraduate and postgraduate research students at UNSW.

Dr Mangalee Fernando
Dr Mangalee Fernando
MBBS PhD FRACP

Staff Specialist Nephrologist

Senior Lecturer (Conjoint) in Medicine, UNSW

Dr Fernando has been a kidney specialist for over 17 years. She is a part of the kidney transplant team at Prince of Wales Hospital. Her special interests include kidney transplantation, chronic kidney disease, electrolyte abnormalities and polycystic kidney disease. Her research interests include Proteomics and the Human Leucocyte Antigen system.

Dr Amy Kang
Dr Amy Kang
MBBS (Hons) BSc (Adv) FRACP

Staff Specialist Nephrologist

Deputy Director of Dialysis

Conjoint Lecturer UNSW

Dr Amy Kang is a nephrologist. She graduated from medicine at the University of Sydney with honours in 2009. She undertook her renal training at Royal Prince Alfred and Concord hospitals in Sydney and Hammersmith hospital/ Imperial College NHS Trust in London (UK) and completed her training in 2017. She has a special interest in chronic kidney disease, high blood pressure, vasculitis/ glomerulonephritis and dialysis. Dr Kang is the clinical lead for the resistant hypertension clinic and the deputy clinical lead for the dialysis service.

Dr Karen Keung
Dr Karen Keung
MB BS BSc(med) PhD FRACP

Staff Specialist Nephrologist

Director of East Coast Transplant Service

Conjoint Lecturer in Medicine, UNSW

Dr Keung is the director of Kidney transplantation across the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District and cares for patients with all types and stages of kidney disease including before and after transplantations.

Dr Sradha Kotwal
Dr Sradha Kotwal
BhB MB ChB GradDip PhD FRACP

Staff Specialist Nephrologist

Director of Dialysis

Senior Lecturer (Conjoint) in Medicine, UNSW

Dr Kotwal has been a nephrologist for over 10 years with a special interest in chronic kidney disease, high blood pressure, dialysis and is passionate about embedding research into clinical practice. Dr Kotwal is the Clinical Dialysis lead at Prince of Wales Hospital and the program head of the renal and metabolic division at The George Institute for Global Health.

Dr Grant Luxton
Dr Grant Luxton
MB BS FRACP

Senior Lecturer in Medicine, Conjoint UNSW

Dr Luxton is a general and transplant nephrologist at Prince of Wales Hospital. He holds the positions as a member of National Examining Panel of RACP, Chair of Advanced Training Committee of RACP and conjoint senior lecturer UNSW.

Dr Kenneth Yong
Dr Kenneth Yong
MB BS PhD FRACP

Staff Specialist Nephrologist

Director of Renal/Kidney Supportive Care Services

Senior Lecturer (Conjoint) in Medicine, UNSW

Dr Yong is a transplant nephrologist and director of Kidney Supportive Care Service at Prince of Wales Hospital. He has interests in clinical based research specifically in the fields of inflammation and cardiovascular disease in advanced chronic kidney disease, dialysis and transplant patients.