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Randeep Singh Kashyap, M.D., M.P.H.

Contact Information

Phone Numbers

Appointment: (585) 275-5875

Administrative: (585) 273-3881

Fax: (585) 271-7929

URMFGA member of the University of Rochester Medical Faculty Group

groupAn Accountable Health Partner

assignmentAccepting New Patients

Faculty Appointments

Patient Care Settings

Cancer, Organ Transplant, Surgery


Professional Background

Dr. Randeep Kashyap earned his bachelor in medicine and bachelor of surgery (MBBS) in 1986 from Punjab University, Chandigarh, India by graduating with honors. He also pursued his master in surgery from the same university. After completing the residency program in surgery, he joined the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center's transplantation surgery fellowship program and was later appointed a visiting instructor.

Dr. Kashyap began at the University of Rochester Medical Center in 2003 as a post-doctoral research fellow and subsequently, as a clinical fellow in the Solid Organ Transplant and Hepatobiliary Surgery Division. Additionally, Dr. Kashyap has contributed to over 50 publications in peer-reviewed international and national journals, as either first or second/third author. A number of his publications have become landmark papers in the field of transplantation and basic research – supported by grants from the National Institute of Health. He is married and has two sons.



MBBS | Dayanand Medical College & Hospital (INDIA)

Post-doctoral Training & Residency

05/01/1999 - 07/30/2001
Fellowship in Transplant Surgery at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

02/01/1997 - 02/28/1998
Fellowship at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

07/01/1987 - 05/30/1991
Residency in Surgery (General Surgery) at Dayanand Medical College (India)

07/01/1986 - 07/30/1987
Internship at Dayanand Medical College (India)

- 06/30/2006
Fellowship in Transplant Surgery at University of Rochester Medical Center

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NKF Excellence in Care Award
Sponsor: National Kidney Foundation
Location: Rochester NY

Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network Advisory Board Member

Surgery Chief Residents Award Excellence in Teaching

Plastic Surgery Residents Excellence in Teaching Award

Nominated for 2016-17 Surgery Interest Group Mentorship Award

Advisory Board Member for National Kidney Foundation (Upstate and Western New York)

Special Teaching Commendation (URMC)

Excellence in Mentorship (SIG) URMC

Awarded Fellowship to the American College of Surgeons

Cambridge WHO's WHO

Awarded the Oxford Travel Scholarship Award to attend BAUS Transplantation Course. Cambridge, England

Awarded certificate in an advanced transplantation teaching program from University Hospital Birmingham , England

Prize for standing first in premedical examination with distinction.

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Journal Articles

McCabe M, Osinski T, Kashyap R, Taylor J, Schuler N, Shepard L, Ghazi A, Helbig K, Dokus MK, Nair A, Pineda-Solis K, Orloff M, Wu G. "Robotic Assisted Transplant Nephrectomy: Case Series and Training Model for Improving Adoption." JSLS : Journal of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons. 2023 27(1)

Cisneros R, Nair A, Kashyap R, Pineda-Solis K. "Page phenomenon in a transplanted kidney: is it salvageable?" BMJ case reports.. 2022 Sep 26; 15(9)Epub 2022 Sep 26.

McCabe M, Dokus MK, Ryan NJ, Shi H, James A, Meadow ME, Dolan JG, Veazie P, Judge S, Orloff M, McIntosh S, Kashyap R. "Assessing the Effectiveness of a Primary Care Provider Office-Based Intervention for Increasing Organ Donor Registration Rates in Two New York State Counties." Progress in transplantation : official publication, North American Transplant Coordinators Organization ... [et al.]. 2022 Aug 29; :15269248221122885. Epub 2022 Aug 29.

Books & Chapters

Chapter Title: Current Perspective on Immunosuppression used in Liver Transplantation with an Emphasis on Neurotoxicity
Book Title: Gastroenterology International
Author List: AB Jain, R Kashyap, JJ Fung.
Published By: Unknown 1999



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