Vishal Bagchi | About

Over the course of his career as a renal dietitian, Vishal Bagchi has delivered presentations to a number of important organizations. Speaking about subjects such as phosphorus additives, nutritional trends of Americans, fluid and electrolytes balance in dialysis patients, and the film Supersize Me, Vishal Bagchi has spoken before a wide range of audiences. He has provided his expertise to the Fresenius Medical Care Regional RD Meeting, the NxStage Nutrition Standard of Care Monthly WebEx, the FMC Semi-Annual RD meeting, the Hare Krishna Temple, and The University of Texas Southwestern.

Before starting his career as a dietitian, Vishal Bagchi studied clinical dietetics and critical care at The University of Texas Southwestern Allied Health Sciences School, earning a 3.5 grade point average. In 2011, Mr. Bagchi graduated from the University of Dallas Graduate School of Management, where he completed his Master of Business Administration with a 3.8 GPA.

Currently, he works with one non-profit organization, the National Association of Asian American Professionals, where he organizes fundraising events. For the past five years, Mr. Bagchi has been serving as a Renal Dietitian at Fresenius Medical Care in Dallas, Texas. His position involves using lab parameters to form recommendations relating to bone and anemia disease. Concurrently, Vishal Bagchi fills a similar role at Renal Ventures Management Home Kidney Care, where he has worked for two years. He also spent two years providing his services as a Critical Care Dietitian at The University of Texas Southwestern University Hospital. Mr. Bagchi is a member of the Dallas County Medical Reserve Corps, the Council on Renal Nutrition, and the National Kidney Foundation.

In his spare time, Vishal Bagchi enjoys cooking and volunteering with a variety of charitable organizations.

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