Nephrology

Current Fellows

Christina Capistrano, MD

Christina Capistrano, MD
Medical School: University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Medicine and Surgery
Residency: Kent Hospital/Brown University Program (Internal Medicine – General)
Hobbies and Interests: Play classical piano (since the age of 7), loves to sing (Broadway and Disney songs), scuba diving and horseback riding, paddle boarding and kayaking.

 

 

 

 

 

Danny Corning MDDaniel Corning, MD
Medical School: University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry
Residency: Tufts Medical Center
Hobbies and Interests: Crossfit, running, cooking, trying out new Boston restaurants, and spending time with my family.
Why did you choose Tufts MC? I chose Tufts MC Nephrology because the faculty and fellows are very welcoming and supportive. There is a collegial environment within the department and I wanted to be a part of it for my training. Tufts has some of the leading experts in Nephrology, and I knew that learning from them would give me the tools for a successful and fulfilling career in the future.

 

 

Manuel Enrique Hernandez, MD

Manuel Enrique Hernandez, MD
Medical School: Universidad de Puerto Rico - Recinto de Ciencias Medicas
Residency: Hospital Universitario de Adultos
Hobbies and Interests: I like to listen to music, travel, try new food, watch sport events, perform community service and provide primary care.
Why did you choose Tufts MC? I chose Tufts MC because the staff and co-fellows make you feel like part of a family; the educational experience; great balance between inpatient and outpatient; diversity of population and pathology; access to modalities of dialysis; and location (Boston is a sport's city)

 

 

 

Dongqi LiuDongqi Liu, MD.

Medical School: University of Massachusetts Medical School
Residency: University of Massachusetts Program
Hobbies/Interest: Drawing, watching movies, and spending time with my family
Why Tufts MC? I chose Tufts because the program offers a well-rounded training of inpatient and outpatient nephrology, and that by training here I will be equipped with the knowledge and experience for a successful career. Most importantly, the culture of the department is collegial and supportive, and the faculty here is excellent and dedicated to education. 

Seda Babroudi, MDSeda Babroudi, MD
Medical School: Tufts University School of Medicine
Residency:
Tufts Medical Center
Hobbies and Interests:
I love spending time with family and hiking – especially in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. My clinical interests include acute kidney injury and acid-base and electrolyte derangements in the ICU.
Why did you choose Tufts MC?
I chose Tufts MC Nephrology because it offers a triple threat – 1) rigorous clinical training with longitudinal exposure to hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis; 2) focused, one-on-one mentorship; and 3) integrated clinical research with an abundance of resources.

 

 

Allison ReavesAllison C. Reaves, MD

Medical School: Tufts University School of Medicine
Residency: Tufts Medical Center
Hobbies/Interest: Spending time with my husband and daughter, cooking, baking, gardening and writing poetry.
Why Tufts MC? I was drawn to Tufts for its warm and collaborative environment, great clinical training and the opportunity to pursue formal training in clinical research through the research fellowship. I had worked with nephrology faculty as a resident at Tufts, and I knew that this was a place where I could find mentorship.