Craig J. Shapiro, M.D.


  • Undergraduate: University of Miami, FL
  • Medical School: University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey-NJ Medical School
  • Residency: Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Beth Israel Medical Center NY
  • Fellowship: Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Montefiore Medical Center
  • Chief of Medical Staff 2016-present: Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville
  • Chief of Nephrology 2014-2016: Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville
  • Secretary of the Medical Staff 2015-201: Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville
  • Chairman of Quality Management 2012-2015: Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville

PUBLICATIONS:

Coco M, Pullman J, Cohen HW, Lee S, Shapiro C, Solorzano C, Greenstein S, Glicklich D. Effect of risedronate on bone in renal transplant recipients. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2012 Aug;23(8):1426-37.

Baldwin KA, Crawford CE, Shapiro CJ. Acute sensorial hearing loss: Furosemide ototoxicity revisited. Hosp Pharm 2008; 43:982-7.

Shapiro C, Coco M. Gastric Calciphylaxis in a patient with a functioning renal allograft. Clin Neph 2007;67:119-25

Shapiro CJ, Glicklich D, Feingold R, Coco M. Effect of cinacalcet on renal transplant function: Cause for concern? J Am Soc Nephrology 2006;17:544A. F-PO992.

Supe K, Shapiro C, Tapia R, et al. Urinary TGF-beta 1(TGFb1) as a marker of renal allograft function impairment during the early post-transplant period. J Am Soc Nephrology 2006;17:237A. TH-PO610.

Gruber S, Shapiro C. Nephropathy induced by contrast medium (comment). N Eng J Med 2003;348:491-9.