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Daniel L. Landry, DO

 
Medicine Department   Image  
Nephrology Division
  • Assistant Professor of Medicine, Tufts University School of Medicine
Address
Western New England Renal & Transplant Associates
100 Wason Avenue, Suite 200
Springfield, MA 01107
daniel.landry@baystatehealth.org
 
Education
  • Nephrology Fellowship
    Baystate Medical Center/Tufts University School of Medicine
    Springfield, MA
  • Internal Medicine Residency
    Naval Medical Center/US Navy
    Portsmouth, VA
  • University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine
    Biddeford, ME

 

 
Honors and Awards
  • Fellow of the Year, Baystate Medical Center, 2008-2009, 2009-2010
  • Faculty Teacher of the Year, Baystate Medical Center, 2012
 
Areas of Interest
  • Chronic Kidney Disease including Outcome Prediction Models
  • Dialysis and associated Quality Improvement Initiatives
  • Hemodialysis catheters complications
  • Hemodialysis hypotension
 
Professional Service
  • Member, Massachusetts Medical Society
  • Member, American Medical Association
  • Member, American College of Physicians
  • Member, Renal Physicians Association
  • Member, American Society of Nephrology
 
Publications
  • Landry D, Sweet S, Gobeille S, Haessler S, Vaidya C, Braden G. Emergence of Gentamicin-resistant Bacteremia in Hemodialysis Patients Receiving Gentamicin Lock Catheter Prophylaxis. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol 2010; 5: 1799-1804
  • Agrawal V, Landry D, Liu X, Lagoy A, Discenza I, Campfield T, Romanelli J, Silva E, Braden G. Increased Risk for Calcium Oxalate Nephrolithiasis after Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass Surgery Starts in the Early Post-Operative Period. (Abstract 1043) American Society of Nephrology Renal Week 2010
  • Landry D, Dowd J, Greco B, Sweet S. Effectiveness of a Protocol-Driven Continuous Quality Improvement Initiative on Dialysis-Related Outcomes in Eight Outpatient Dialysis Units. (Oral Presentation) 30th Annual Dialysis Conference, Seattle, WA March 2010
  • Landry D, Sweet S, Gobeille S, Haessler S, Vaidya C, Braden G. Long-term Gentamicin Lock Catheter Prophylaxis is Associated with Gentamicin-resistant Gram-positive Bacteremias in Chronic Hemodialysis Patients. (Oral Presentation) American Society of Nephrology Renal Week 2009
 
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