Faculty Profiles

Anitha Toke, MD
M_MED-NEPH-ZSFG
Professor

1001 Potrero Ave
San Francisco, CA 94110
415-502-3832
Anitha.Toke@ucsf.edu

Medical Degree: Gandhi Medical College, Osmania University, India
Internal Medicine Residency: University of California, Davis Medical Center
Fellowship in Nephrology: Stanford University



I am site director for Nephrology training program at San Francisco General Hospital. I am also the Chair, Medical advisory Board for National Kidney Foundation of Northern California- San Francisco region.
I am currently working on projects involving such topics as Lupus Nephritis, Vascular access in hemodialysis patients and Patient education in CKD.

Awards and Honors

2011   Heroes & Hearts Grant, SFGH Foundation, 2011-2012
2010   Heroes & Hearts Grant, SFGH Foundation, 2010-2011

Related Web Sites

Recent Articles (5)

Toke AB. GI bleeding risk in patients undergoing dialysis. Gastrointest Endosc. 2010 Jan; 71(1):50-2.

Toke A, Meyer TW. Hemodynamic effects of angiotensin II in the kidney. Contrib Nephrol. 2001; (135):34-46.

Borirakchanyavat S, Bhargava V, Shinohara K, Toke A, Carroll PR, Presti JC. Systematic sextant biopsies in the prediction of extracapsular extension at radical prostatectomy. Urology. 1997 Sep; 50(3):373-8.

Narayan P, Tewari A, Fournier G, Toke A. Impact of prostate size on the outcome of transurethral laser evaporation of the prostate for benign prostatic hyperplasia. Urology. 1995 May; 45(5):776-82.

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