Ian Stewart


  • 4301 Jones Bridge Road, A

    20814 Bethesda

    United States

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  • Dr Ian Stewart is a USAF nephrologist at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and a Professor of Medicine at USUHS, where he serves as the Director of Nephrology. After attending the University of Southern California on an HPSP scholarship, Dr Stewart completed residency training at Wilford Hall Medical Center and did a fellowship in nephrology at the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio.  He has experience in the deployed setting, serving as an ICU physician at Craig Joint Theater Hospital in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  His research interests include combat casualty care both as it relates to acute management of organ failure and also the long-term consequences of combat injury. He has extensive experience obtaining and combining data from a multitude of Department of Defense data sources.   His contributions to the field have been to define risk of organ failure in both civilian cohorts and combat casualties. He is also involved with developing the next generation of fieldable, organ support therapies.

Education/Academic qualification

Fellowship, Nephrology, University of Texas Health Science


Residency, Internal Medicine, San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium


MD, Keck School of Medicine of USC


Microbiology, Bachelor, University of California San Diego


External positions

Secretary, Air Force Chapter, American College of Physicians

2021 → …

Air Force Medical Service (AFMS) End User Representative, Joint Program Committee 6

2017 → …

Ex Officio Member, Advisory Council, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK)

2016 → …


  • RZ Other systems of medicine
  • Nephrology
  • Acute Kidney Injury
  • Trauma
  • Long-term Outcomes


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