Yuvaram Reddy, MBBS, MPH is a physician-scientist dedicated to improving home dialysis use for patients with kidney failure. He is a board-certified nephrologist whose research focuses on a) understanding barriers to home dialysis use and b) developing novel strategies to improve home dialysis use. He is conducting a mixed-methods study to identify major home dialysis barriers (the IM HOME study) with funding from AHRQ (K12 HS026372). He is a member of the American Society of Nephrology Quality Committee, a speaker at the virtual home dialysis mentorship program (HOME), and a member of the 2021 KDIGO Controversies Conference on Home Dialysis. His research draws from methodologies in health services research, implementation science, and decision sciences to address gaps in home dialysis care delivery.
Dr. Reddy received his MBBS degree from Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at Boston Medical Center and his Nephrology fellowship at Mass General Brigham. He completed a research fellowship at the Medical Practice Evaluation Center at Mass General Brigham with funding from NIDDK (T32 DK007527, F32 DK126345) and the American Society of Nephrology (Ben J. Lipps award). During his research fellowship, he completed a Master’s of Public Health Degree in Clinical Effectiveness at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Dr. Reddy lives in Philadelphia with his partner. He enjoys cooking without a recipe, escaping from escape rooms, and trying to keep his plants alive.