Specialty – In addition to maintaining a busy clinical practice, Dr. Reddy conducts research into the normal development of the urinary bladder and its innervation, the role of tissue-engineered substitutes for bladder replacement, and bladder dysfunction.
Education – Dr. Reddy received his medical degree from Nagarjuna University in Guntur, India. He completed a residency at Albany, New York’s Albany Medical Center, and a fellowship at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children.
Other – Dr. Reddy has been recognized with numerous awards for his contributions to pediatric urology. He was named both a Pfizer Urological Scholar and an American Urological Association Scholar. As a member of the Fetal Care Center of Cincinnati, he is actively involved in managing congenital conditions that involve the genitourinary tract of the fetus; his involvement ranges from diagnosis and counseling to in-utero intervention. Dr. Reddy is committed to advancing the science to improve the outcomes of prenatally diagnosed urological conditions, while at the same time ensuring that the ethical considerations keep pace with the technological and medical advances.