R. Allan Jhagroo is assistant professor of Nephrology at the University of Wisconsin School of medicine and Public Health. He completed his Internal medicine residency at the University of Connecticut. He completed his fellowship in Nephrology at SUNY Upstate (Syracuse). He serves as the Medical Director of the Chronic Kidney Disease Clinic as well as Director of the Metabolic Kidney Stone Clinic. He has dual appointment with the Urology as well. Dr. Jhagroo's primary research focus is on Kidney Stone disease.
- Jhagroo RA, Wertheim ML, Penniston KL. 2015. Alkali replacement raises urinary citrate excretion in patients with topiramate-induced hypocitraturia. Br J Clin Pharmacol. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 26297809
- Sninsky BC, Jhagroo RA, Astor BC, Nakada SY. 2014. Do multiple ureteroscopies alter long-term renal function? A study using estimated glomerular filtration rate. J Endourol. 28(11):1295-8. PMID:24915495
- Jhagroo RA, Nakada SY, Penniston KL. 2013. Shared medical appointments for patients with kidney stones new to medical management decrease appointment wait time and increase patient knowledge. J Urol. 190(5):1778-84. PMID:23707453
- Wolfgram DF, Gundu V, Astor BC, Jhagroo RA. 2015. Hydrochlorothiazide compared to chlorthalidone in reduction of urinary calcium in patients with kidney stones. Urolithiasis. 41(4):315-22. PMID: 23660825