MBChB, MRCP UK (Neph), PGDip MedEd (Dist), PhD, Lecturer and Consultant in Nephrology/General Internal, University of Cyprus and Department of Nephrology Nicosia General Hospital
Dr Nicos Mitsides is a Visiting Lecturer in Nephrology and General Internal Medicine at the University of Cyprus and a practising Nephrologist at the Nicosia General Hospital since 2021. He graduated from the University of Manchester (MBChB) in 2004 and has practiced medicine in the UK for 17 years. He is a Member of the Royal College of Physicians of the UK and holds the Speciality Certificate Examination in Nephrology. Following the award of a CCT in Nephrology and General Internal Medicine, he worked as a Consultant Nephrologist at Salford Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and the University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust. He previously held the NIHR Devices for Dignity Nephrology Innovation Research Fellowship and received his PhD from the University of Manchester for his research work on salt and fluid overload in advanced CKD and haemodialysis. Ηis research interest are in chronic kidney disease including disease progression, haemodialysis and hemodiafiltration and technology development. He has published a number research articles in peer reviewed journals and book chapters in these areas. He also has an interest in undergraduate and postgraduate clinical teaching and supervision. He holds a PGDip in Clinical Education awarded with distinction by the Edge Hill University and is the Postgraduate Speciality Training Program coordinator for nephrology in the district of Nicosia. He is also a member of the assessment committee of the Cyprus National Bioethics Committee and the Vice Chair of the Cyprus Association of Kidney Patients’ Friends.