Dr Thomas Titus did his MBBS and MD in General Medicine at Calicut Medical College, India in 1991. In 1993, he relocated to the United Kingdom, and took his MRCP in 1994. He completed his specialist training in General Medicine and Nephrology from the teaching hospitals in Northern England and Oxford. He was working as a Consultant Physician in Boston, Lincolnshire before he relocated to Australia.
In addition to clinical training, he undertook basic science research at the University of Oxford from 1998-2001 where he completed his Doctor of Philosophy in the area of human pancreatic islet transplantation.
In 2007, he moved to the Gold Coast where he is now working as a Consultant Nephrologist at the Gold Coast University Hospital. He is also an Associate Professor of Nephrology at Bond University and is actively involved in clinical teaching.
His area of particular interest includes diabetic renal disease, chronic kidney disease and transplantation. He sees all patients over 18 years of age.