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Faculty, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Dr. Djamali is board certified in Internal Medicine and Nephrology, a transplant physician and the Division Chief of Nephrology.



Transplant Medicine

UW Health Clinics

University Hospital
(608) 262-5420 | (800) 323-8942 | Map
University Hospital
(608) 262-5420 | (800) 323-8942 | Map
Wisconsin Dialysis Fitchburg Clinic
(608) 270-5600 | (800) 323-8942 | Map

Regional Specialty Clinics

Gundersen Health System (La Crosse)
(608) 263-9531 |  Map

Hospital Affiliation(s)

University Hospital (primary)
Veterans Hospital - Wm. S. Middleton Memorial (secondary)

UW School of Medicine and Public Health

Department of Medicine

Professional Certifications and Education

Board Certification Nephrology
Fellowship University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, Madison, WI
Residency Montpellier Medical School, France
Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
Internship Montpellier Medical School, France
Medical School Montpellier Medical School, France, 1994


Madison Magazine Top Docs 2016

Best Doctors® in America 2015

Madison Magazine Top Docs 2014

Best Doctors® in America 2014

Best Doctors® in America 2013

Madison Magazine Top Docs 2012

Languages Spoken

English, French, Farsi/Persian
Medical interpreters are available to help patients communicate with hospital and clinic staff. For more information, please contact interpreter services at (608) 262-9000.


Our doctors provide a wide range of services. The following list represents some, but not all, of the procedures offered by this physician.


Dr. Djamali is interested in examining the cellular and molecular mechanisms of fibrogenesis in native and transplant kidney disease. He is currently investigating the role of Nox and heat shock protein 27 in the pathogenesis of kidney injury. Ongoing translational studies are examining these processes in patients with chronic kidney disease and chronic allograft nephropathy.