Associate Professor David Gracey
Clinical Associate Professor
Medicine, Central Clinical School
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A/Prof. DAVID GRACEY
MBBS FRACP PhD
A/Prof Gracey is a Senior Staff Specialist Renal and Renal Transplant Physician at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney and a Clinical A/Professor at the Faculty of Medicine, Central Clinical School, University of Sydney. He has a long-standing interest in immunology and its relationship to renal disease, and undertook a PhD in T cell Immunology at The Centenary Institute, University of Sydney.
His main clinical interests are immunosuppression in renal patients, as well as the management of patients with chronic viral infection and kidney disease, including those requiring dialysis or transplantation.
A/Prof Gracey has been involved in national programs attempting to improve the screening and management of kidney disease in HIV-infected patients. A/Prof David Gracey also published national Australian guidlines for assessment of potential renal transplant recipients with chronic hepatitis and patients with HIV in 2013. A/Prof Gracey has published several articles focusing on thescreening and managementof renal disease in HIV-infected patients, as well as the detection of side effects of new anti-viral agents in both HIV and hepatits and hecontinues an active research role in the area.
HIV-infection and chronic kidney disease
Management of kidney disease in HIV-infected patients
Teaching and supervision
1. Renal disease, Chronic Renal Impairment and Renal Transplantation
2. HIV-infected patients and kidney disease
3. Immunology and immune aspects of renal disease
4. Side-effects of antiviral agents and renal manifestations
1. An assessment of Australian practices for the secondary prevention of cardiovascular events amongst HIV-infected patients in S100 GP antiretroviral prescribers
2. Renal side effects of antiviral agents
3. A clinical assessment of anti-donor reactivity in renal transplant receipients; the role of regulatory and memory cells
TSANZ, ANZSN, TTS
Awards and honours
MBBS FRACP PhD