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Our Medical Advisory Board

The purpose of the Medical Advisory Board is to support Nutrishare in its mission to elevate the quality of life in IV nutrition. They assist the Nutrishare team with the identification and implementation of the most up-to-date clinical practices while also reporting on novel findings of broader trends relevant to patients, providers, and caregivers in the home PN community.

Meet Our Medical Advisory Board

Manpreet Mundi S., M.D.

Manpreet Mundi S., M.D.

Dr. Mundi graduated Cum Laude from the University of California, San Diego with a double major in Psychology and Chemistry.  He obtained a Medical Doctorate from the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California.  Dr. Mundi completed a residency program in Internal Medicine followed by a fellowship in Endocrinology at the Los Angeles County-University of Southern California Medical Center.  After completing his fellowship, he joined the Mayo Clinic Division of Endocrinology as an NIH training grant fellow with a research focus in fatty acid metabolism and obesity.  Dr. Mundi subsequently joined the clinical staff at Mayo Clinic as a consultant in the Division of Endocrinology Nutrition core group.  His clinical focus is malnutrition as well as nutrition support in home and inpatient settings with a special interest in support of patients on parenteral and enteral nutrition. 
Dr. Mundi is currently a Professor of Medicine and holds the leadership positions of Inpatient Nutrition Core Group Chair, Medical Director of Clinical Nutrition and is also Medical and Science Advisor for the Oley Foundation.  He is also the medical director of the Home Enteral Nutrition program and the associate program director of the Home Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition program. Within the HPEN program, Dr. Mundi takes a very active role in research with the goal of continuing to improve the quality of nutrition support and clinical outcomes.

Kishore R Iyer, MBBS


Kishore Iyer is director of adult and pediatric intestinal rehabilitation and transplantation at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, Professor of Surgery, Pediatrics and Global Health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Transplant Surgery Fellowship Program Director in the Recanati Miller Transplant Institute at Mount Sinai. Kishore trained in general surgery and pediatric surgery in the UK developing an early interest in short bowel syndrome and the use of intestinal lengthening procedures. He pursued research at the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children and Institute of Child Health in London, winning the 1996 British Association of Pediatric Surgeons Prize for his pioneering work identifying phytosterols in soy-based lipid emulsions as a potential cause for parenteral nutrition-associated liver disease in patients with intestinal failure.

Kishore trained in transplant surgery at Chicago and Omaha and was responsible for establishing and directing the intestinal rehabilitation program, the first of its kind nationally, in Omaha, before moving to Chicago to establish and direct the intestinal transplantation and rehabilitation program at Northwestern University/Children’s Memorial Hospital. Kishore is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (FRCS) and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons (FACS). Kishore recently completed a Master of Science (MSc) in Evaluation of Health Interventions and Outcomes in the Department of Health Policy at the London, School of Economics in the UK. Kishore has served on several committees of UNOS (United network for Organ Sharing) and is also a past member of the Board of Trustees of the Oley Foundation.

Shirley Paski, MD 

Katie Shepherd, PharmD

Dr. Paski is a a staff gastroenterologist at Cleveland Clinic specializing in small bowel diseases and nutrition, including nutrition support. She graduated from the University of British Columbia and completed her residency at the University of Manitoba Health Sciences Centre. Following that, she completed her fellowship at the University of Chicago Medical Center. Dr. Paski is known for her exceptional patient care and expertise in malnutrition, constipation and inflammatory bowel disease. She actively works with a multidisciplinary team to optimize the lives of patients and their caregivers through personalized, innovative, and holistic care.