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Sorot Phisitkul

Sorot Phisitkul, MD

  • Medical Director Dialysis Center of Lubbock
Office Phone: 806-743-3150
Email: sorot.phisitkul@ttuhsc.edu
Mail Address: 3601 4th Street, STOP 9410
Lubbock TX 79430

Admin Assignments:

  • Medical Director, Dialysis Center of Lubbock Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX 2012-Present
  • Medical Director, Transplant Medical Director Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX 2012-2013

Post Doctoral Education:

  • Resident Instructor: Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, 2007
  • Nephrology Fellow: Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, 2006
  • Resident Instructor: Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, 2004
  • Resident: Mahidol University, 1998

Education:

  • MD: Mahidol University, 1998

Selected Publications:

  • Phisitkul, Sorot & Khanna, Apurv & Simoni, Jan & Broglio, Kristine & Sheather, Simon & Rajab, M & Wesson, Donald July (2010) Amelioration of metabolic acidosis in patients with low GFR reduced kidney endothelin production and kidney injury, and better preserved GFR Nature Publishing Group, 10, 77, 617-623.
  • Do, Thong & Chen, Yijia & Phisitkul, Sorot & Nguyen, Van July (2010) Vaccines in the management of hypertension Informa HealthCare, 10, 7, 1077-1087.
  • Phisitkul, Sorot March (2010) CYT-006-AngQb, a vaccine against angiotensin II for the potential treatment of hypertension ResearchGate, 10, 3, 269-275.
  • Phisitkul, Sorot & Hacker, C & Simoni, Jan & Tran, Ruc & Wesson, Donald October (2008) Dietary protein causes a decline in the glomerular filtration rate of the remnant kidney mediated by metabolic acidosis and endothelin receptors Nature Publishing Group, 73, 2, 192-204.

Selected Presentations:

  • Effect of 12-week modified Tai Chi exercise on bone metabolism in hemodialysis patients American College of Sports Medicine, Baltimore, MD; 2010.
  • Short-term Modified Tai Chi Exercise Improves Quality Of Life In Hemodialysis Patients American College of Sports Medicine, Seattle, WA; May 2009.
  • Intradialytic modified Tai Chi exercise improves balance in hemodialysis patients National Kidney Foundation, Memphis, TN; April 2009.
  • Intradialytic Modified Tai Chi Exercise Improves Balance In Hemodialysis Patients. National Kidney Foundation, Nashville, TX; March 2009.
  • Chronic metabolic acidosis associated with reduced hephon mass induces endothelin-mediated progressive GFR decline American Society of Nephrology, Anaheim, CA; November 2007.

Selected Awards:

  • Outstanding Clerkship Educator, TTUHSC, .
  • Unsung Hero, Internal Medicine, .
  • Above and Beyond Award, Internal Medicine, 2010.

Selected Scheduled Teaching:

  • Nephrology Fellowship Didactics - Fall 2012
  • Nephrology Fellowship Didactics - 2012
  • Nephrology Fellowship Didactics - 2012
  • Nephrology Fellowship Didactics - Spring 2012
  • Nephrology Fellowship Didactics - Spring 2012

Selected Non-Credit Instruction Taught:

  • Teaching Rounds 2012 - 2013
  • Teaching Rounds 2012 - 2013
  • Teaching Rounds 2012 - 2013
  • Teaching Rounds 2012 - 2013
  • Teaching Rounds 2012 - 2013
Date last updated: 6/2/2014
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