Professor Gallagher’s research interests include large scale clinical trials exploring ways to improve outcomes of kidney patients with a focus on acute kidney injury, long term treatment effects, and applying research evidence into practice. He is Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW, Sydney; Director of the Renal and Metabolic Division in The George Institute for Global Health; and a clinical nephrologist in the Renal Dept. at Concord Repatriation and General Hospital. He works extensively in the ANZ Society of Nephrology in renal guidelines and clinical policy.
Professor Gallagher is interested in the use of multi-disciplinary approaches and innovation to address major non-communicable health threats and works extensively in renal guidelines and clinical policy. At The George Institute for Global Health, he serves as Program Director, Acute Kidney Injury and Trials.