Dr. Hamdi received his initial medical education at the Beirut Arab University in Lebanon, followed by a one-year research fellowship in basic sciences at the American University of Beirut. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at St. Joseph Hospital in Chicago, followed by a Nephrology fellowship then a Critical Care Medicine fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. His areas of interest range from the management of the critically ill patient with renal and multi-organ failure in the ICU to the control and slowing of chronic kidney disease progression in the clinic.
- Medical School
- Beirut Arab University (2006)
- AMITA Health Saint Joseph Hospital (2011), Internal Medicine
- Henry Ford Hospital (2013), Nephrology
- Henry Ford Hospital (2014), Critical Care Medicine
- Acute kidney injury and renal replacement therapy in the critically ill
- Anemia in ESRD
- Chronic kidney disease
- Modalities of continuous renal replacement therapy
- Mucormycosis in a renal transplant recipient: case report and comprehensive review of literature.
- Hamdi T, Karthikeyan V, Alangaden GJ Int J Nephrol 2014 2014 950643
- Cisplatin-induced renal salt wasting syndrome.
- Hamdi T, Latta S, Jallad B, Kheir F, Alhosaini MN, Patel A South. Med. J. 2010 Aug 103 8 793-9
- Contrast-induced nephropathy: current practices among cardiologists.
- Alhosaini MN, Latta S, Riaz K, Hamdi T, Jallad B, Kheir F, Park S, Iroegbu N Ren Fail 2010 32 8 928-34
- Amino acids in the rat intestinal lumen regulate their own absorption from a distant intestinal site.
- Mourad FH, Barada KA, Khoury C, Hamdi T, Saadé NE, Nassar CF Am. J. Physiol. Gastrointest. Liver Physiol. 2009 Aug 297 2 G292-8
Honors & Awards
- Outstanding Clinical Nephrology Fellow
Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI (2013)