Current Fellows

1st Year

Kaushik Bhunia, MBBS, FACP

Medical School: JSS Medical College, India 

Internal Medicine Residency: St Barnabas Hospital, Bronx, NY, affiliated with Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University

After completing his residency, Kaushik worked as an internist before deciding to pursue his fellowship training. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling with his wife and 2 kids, spending time at the beach, and playing soccer with his son Abhi and daughter Anika. He is involved with an NGO that is developing access to healthcare and disaster management in rural India. His academic interests include Transplant Nephrology and quality improvement.

2nd Year

Prasanth Ravipati, MD
Prasanth Ravipati, MD

Medical School: American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine, Sint Maarten

Internal Medicine Residency: University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Medicine, Lincoln, NE

Prasanth Ravipati is originally from Huntsville, Alabama. He completed his internal medicine residency at the University of Nebraska in Omaha, Nebraska and stayed on for an additional year as chief resident. In his spare time, he enjoys golf and tennis and loves to travel with his family and his fiancée. His favorite trips include visits to Patagonia, Italy, India, and China. His academic interests include hypertension and resident education.

3rd Year PSTP

Physician Scientist Training Program

Daniel Murphy, MD
Daniel Murphy, MD

Medical School: University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine, CA

Internal Medicine Residency: University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

Dan Murphy is a native Minnesotan who came back to Minnesota for residency and then fellowship after medical school in California. He enjoys time at the lake as all Minnesotans do, learned long ago to enjoy the winter until about February, and enjoys the many restaurants and breweries of the Twin Cities. He's always on the lookout for a new, fun spot to check out in the cities. His academic interests are the epidemiology and public health relevance of CKD and AKI.