Pramod Kumar Mistry MBBS, PhD, F.R.C.P.

Professor of Medicine (Digestive Diseases) and of Pediatrics (Gastroenterology); Professor of Cellular & Molecular Physiology; Director of Yale Lysosomal Disease Center and Gaucher Disease Treatment Center

Biographical Info

I was born in Kenya and grew up in England. At College I majored in Biochemistry and for my PhD project, I focused on effects of dietary cholesterol on LDL receptor activity in healthy individuals. I was deeply inspired by the research from Brown and Goldstein lab, that set me on path to a career as a physician/scientist doing translational research. My clinical, research and educational activities center around inherited metabolic liver diseases and in particular on Gaucher disease. Yale has provided me with a rich environment to develop a nationally recognized clinical program for Gaucher disease and exciting collaborations that have led to the first authentic conditional KO mouse model of Gaucher disease and the first GWAS study in search for genetic modifiers of this extraordinary diverse Mendelian disease. I am proud for the opportunity to serve this patient population through membership of the advisory boards of National Gaucher Foundation (USA) and Project Hope's Humanitarian Program for children of the world suffering from Gaucher disease.


International Activity

  • Treatment of children with Gaucher disease
    India (2006)
    India Cerezyme Access Program
  • Gaucher disease
    China; Egypt (2001)
    Project Hope Humanitarian Program

Education & Training

Ph.D.
St. Thomas' Hospital Medical School (1979)
M.B.B.S.
Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine (1983)
Fellow
Addenbrooke's Hosptial, Cambridge, Metabolic Medicine/Internal Medicine/Gastroenterology (1990 - 1994)
Fellow
Royal Free Hospital, London, Hepatology, Liver transplantation, Gastroenterology
Resident
Royal Free Hospital, London, Internal Medicine/Gastroenterology (1986 - 1989)
Intern
Royal Free Hospital, London, Medicine & Surgery
Board Certification
Gastroenterology, Board Eligible 

Honors & Recognition

  • Nominated for Bohmfalk Teaching Award in Clinical Science
    Yale University School of Medicine (2005)
  • Fellow
    Royal College of Physicians (1999)
  • M.A. (privatim)
    Yale University (2007)
  • National Gaucher Foundation (USA) award for contributions to Gaucher’s disease
    (2005)
  • Fellow
    Royal Society of Medicine (2008)
  • Named in Top Doctors of America
    (2005)

Professional Service

  • Member, NIH NIDDK (2009 - 2009)
  • Chairman, American Liver Foundation(CT chapter) (01/01/2005 - 12/31/07)

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