Dr Pary obtained his undergraduate medical education from the National University of Singapore (NUS). He underwent training in General Internal Medicine (Basic Training) followed by Nephrology / Renal Medicine (Advance Training) at NUS.
He was awarded the Health Manpower Development Program scholarship by the Ministry of Health, Singapore to undergo further specialization in Kidney Transplantation. He trained under Dr David Landsberg and Dr Paul Keown in Vancouver from 1999 to 2000. The training program and centre was recognized and certified by the American Society of Transplantation for those intending to be specialists in Kidney Transplantation. There he immersed himself completely in the understanding of the total management of kidney transplant donors and recipients.
He returned to Singapore in 2000 has been instrumental in performing various complex transplantations including cross match positive kidney transplantation, high medical risk kidney recipients, etc. He was also very closely involved in the first Asian bone marrow kidney transplantation that resulted in a successful kidney transplantation without any long term immunosuppression.
Over the years he has successfully managed many complex post-transplant problems like hepatitis C, lymphoproliferative disorder, recurrent diseases, etc. Due to his immense experience in renal issues he was called on to provide almost total support to the management of renal problems for potential liver transplant candidates before and after liver transplantation.
With his strong knowledge, understanding and experience in the use of immune manipulating medications, Dr Pary has also managed various types of immune mediated kidney diseases including complex lupus nephritis, membranous nephritis, FSGS, IgA nephropathy etc.
With his knowledge and skills in cutting edge therapies he has helped to salvage and stabilize the renal condition of many such patients. Dr Pary has also been strongly involved in helping charity-based dialysis programmes. He has been the Nephrologist in charge of the People's Dialysis Centre (a charity based hemodialysis program managed by the Khoo Foundation) since 2003. At this centre he has helped managed many medically complicated and elderly patients on haemodialysis. He has also been actively involved in the management of haemodialysis patients at one of the centres operated by another charity-based dialysis program managed by the Kidney Dialysis Foundation. During his tenure at the National University Hospital, Dr Pary was actively involved in providing an Evidence Based approach to the practice of medicine. He was an active member of the Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) subcommittee of the hospital and was involved in conducting training for local and regional doctors in EBM. He has also provided advice on various prescription medication related matters for the hospital and held the position of the Vice Chairman of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.
MRCP (Internal Medicine)(United Kingdom)
MMed (Internal Medicine)(Singapore)