University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Miami, Florida
Internal Medicine – University of North Carolina Hospitals. Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Nephrology – University of North Carolina Hospitals, UNC Kidney Center. Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Dr Richards has a particular interest in the management of glomerulonephritis, as he trained at the University of North Carolina under Dr Ronald Falk, an expert in these conditions. He is also a strong proponent of medical education, teaching Florida Atlantic University College of Medicine medical students and internal medicine residents in the classroom and on the wards.
He has authored numerous articles including “Anabolic Steroid Induced Liver Injury and Cholemic Nephropathy and Usf1, A Suppressor of the Circadian Clock Mutant, Reveals the Nature of the DNA-binding of he CLOCK:BMAL1 Complex in Mice.” He presented his abstract “Preexisting Do Not Resuscitate Status Reduces Hospital-Centered Morbidity and Mortality at the End Of Life in a University Hospital-Based Dialysis Population.” at American Society of Nephrology Kidney Week. He has lectured at Boca Raton Regional Hospital Grand Rounds and at the annual Cleveland Clinic Internal Medicine Board Review course. He is a member of the American Society of Nephrology.
Outside the hospital, Dr. Richards enjoys spending time with his wife, three children, and dogs.