Dr. Naresh Shanmugam

MBBS, DCH, DNB(Paed), FRCPCH, Dip. In Nutri Medicine (UK),CCT (UK),CSST (UK)

Director- Women and Child Health

Pediatric Hepatology, Pediatrics

Chennai

Brief Profile

Dr. Naresh Shanmugam underwent undergraduate training at Stanley Medical College and Postgraduate Training in Paediatrics at Institute of Child Health, Chennai.

With a view to enhance his skills, He underwent training at Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH,UK) accredited structured training program in Paediatrics and Neonates (Certificate of completion of training, C.C.T ) and then took sub-speciality training in Paediatric Hepatology, Gastroenterology and Nutrition.
After extensive training, RCPCH and General Medical council (GMC, UK) awarded him Certificate of Sub-Speciality training (C.S.S.T) in Paediatric Hepatology, Gastroenterology and Nutrition. With a passion in Nutritional medicine , he underwent three yrs part time course, and successfully completed “Diploma in Nutritional Medicine” form University of Surrey.With a view to enhance his skills, He underwent, Royal of paediatrics and child health (RCPCH,UK) accredited structured training programme in Paediatrics and Neonates (Certificate of completion of training, C.C.T ) and then took sub-speciality training in Paediatric Hepatology, Gastroenterology and Nutrition.
After exhaustive training, RCPCH and General Medical council (GMC, UK) awarded him Certificate of Sub-Speciality training (C.S.S.T) in Paediatric Hepatology, Gastroenterology and Nutrition. With a passion in Nutritional medicine, he underwent three yrs part time course, and successfully completed “Diploma in Nutritional Medicine” form University of Surrey.
 

Educational Qualifications

G.M.C / RCPCH Accrediated Higher Speciality Qualification

 
Certificate of Sub-Speciality Training (C.S.S.T) Paediatric Hepatology, Gastroenterology & nutrition
Certificate of Completion of Training (C.C.T) GeneralPaediatrics& Neonatology
 
Medical Qualifications
 
FRCPCH Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, UK
Diploma in Nutritional Medicine University Of Surrey, Guildford
DNB (Diplomate In National Board, Paediatrics) Madras Medical College & Research Institute
DCH (Diploma in Child Health) Madras Medical College & Research Institute
MBBS Stanley Medical College
 

Experience

  • 2 Years: Director, Institute of Advanced paediatrics Senior Consultant, Department of Paediatric G.I, Liver and Transplantation Gleneagles Global Health City, Chennai
  • 6 Years: Senior Consultant Department of Paediatric G.I, Liver and Transplantation Gleneagles Global Health City, Chennai
  • 4 Years: Specialist Registrar in children liver unit King's college hospital , London
  • 1 Year: Specialist Registrar in children gastro unit Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London
  • 4 Years: Registrar in Paediatrics and neonates In multiple hospitals, London
  • Research & Publication

    Publications:

    Dr Naresh Shanmugam  has several first author publication in international journals and textbooks.

    • Text book chapter on “Acute liver failure in neonates and children” Authors- N Shanmugam, S Bansal, A Dhawan Liver Diseases in Children –  International Hepatology Updates Permanyer publications 
    • ‘Selection criteria for liver transplantation in paediatric acute liver failure: The saga continues’ Authors- Naresh P. Shanmugam, Anil Dhawan, Pediatric Transplantation, Volume 15, Issue 1, pages 5–6, February 2011 
    • ‘Neonatal liver failure: aetiologies and management—state of the art’ Authors – N Shanmugam,  Sanjay Bansal, Anne Greenough, Anita Verma, Anil Dhawan, Eur J Pediatr , Volume 170, number 5, pages 573-581, February 2011
    • “Selective use of Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio-Pancreatography in diagnosis of Biliary Artesia in infants younger than 100 days@ Authors – N Shanmugam, Phillip M Harrison, John Devlin, Praveen Peddu, AS Knisely, Mark Davenport, NedimHadzic, Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition: October 2009 – Volume 49 – Issue 4 – p 435-441, 
    • ‘Variable degree of phenotypic expression of liver disease in families with PiZZ alpha-1 –antitripsin deficiency’ Authors – Rupert Hinds, N Shanmugam, Nedimhadzic, A Hadchoul, A Al-Hussaini, P Cheeseman, G Mieli- Vergani, Journal of Paediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition. 2006 Jul; 43(1):136-8
    Presentations:
     
    • Wide variation in diagnostic criteria and management approach to Eosinophilic Oesophagitis in the UK: Results of a BSPGHAN survey
    • Oral Presentation at BSPGHAN Winter meeting ,Uk
    • Age and etiology related outcome of acute liver failure in paediatric age group.
    • Oral Presentation at  ILTS 15th Annual  international congress, New York
    • Infectious complications in paediatric acute liver failure, a single centre experience.
    • Poster Presentation at ILTS 15th Annual  international congress, New York
    • Evolution OfPost Transplant Lymphoproliferative Disorder Management In Pediatric Liver Transplant Recipients. A Single Centre Experience.
    • Poster Presentation at ILTS 15th Annual  international congress, New York
    • Age and etiology related outcome of acute liver failure in paediatric age group.
    • Oral Presentation at  42nd ESPGHAN, Budapest
    • Infectious complications in paediatric acute liver failure, a single centre experience.
    • Poster Presentation at 42nd ESPGHAN, Budapest 
    • Evolution OfPost Transplant Lymphoproliferative Disorder Management In Pediatric Liver Transplant Recipients. A Single Centre Experience.
    • Poster Presentation at 42nd ESPGHAN, Budapest 
    • Selective use of Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio-Pancreatography in diagnosis of Biliary Artesia in infants younger than 100 days.
    • Oral Presentation at 3rd WCPGHAN, Brazil  
    • Neonatal Liver Failure – A Tertiary Centre Experience.
    • Poster Presentation at 3rd WCPGHAN, Brazil – Selected as Distinction poster 
    • Selective use of Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio-Pancreatography in diagnosis of Biliary Artesia in infants younger than 100 days.
    • Poster Presentation at AASLD, Boston
    • Itrconazole, clinical efficiency and tolerability in post liver transplant children.
    • Poster Presentation at International federation of infectious disease, Cardiff
    • Minimal hepatic encephalopathy.
    • Paediatric liver Academy meeting, King’s College Hospital

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