Dr. Srinivas Rajagopala has more than 19 years of experience in Pulmonology and Intensive Care. He has gained experience in Pulmonology, Intensive Care and Transplant Pulmonology in several reputed teaching institutes Nationally and Internationally such as PGIMER, Chandigarh, JIPMER, Puducherry, Royal Adelaide Hospital, McMaster University, Hamilton and Toronto General Hospital.
His areas of interest include inducing tolerance post-transplantation, prevention and management of humoral and cellular rejection, prevention of infectious diseases after lung transplantation and optimizing/matching donor-recipient factors to minimise chronic lung allograft dysfunction (CLAD). With specific interest in Interstitial lung diseases and on Indian data on wait-list mortality, with an aim to reduce the same, he has authored various papers in renowned national and international medical journals.
Currently, he is actively involved in ongoing research developments in Lung Transplantation. He is involved in reviewing outcomes of Long-term CLAD-free survivors post-Lung Transplantation of the Toronto Lung Transplantation program with Dr Stephen Juvet and Oscillometry to predict baseline allograft dysfunction with Dr Chow Chung-Wai.