Dr. Bianca Davidson did her undergraduate medical training at University of Cape Town, graduating with first class honours in 2005. She did her postgraduate specialist training at Groote Schuur Hospital/University of Cape Town. She graduated as a Fellow of College of Physician in 2013. She completed her sub-specialty training in nephrology in 2017.
Dr. Davidson has a keen interest in peritoneal dialysis, transplantation and adolescent care. In 2015, she was awarded a Bertha School of Business Innovations Grant with which she established the Adolescent Renal Clinic at Groote Schuur Hospital. The establishment of a Peritoneal Dialysis Registry was the basis of Dr. Davidson’s MPhil. In addition, she initiated a Renal Transplant Registry in order to establish one and five-year outcomes in transplant recipients at Groote Schuur Hospital. Dr. Davidson is passionate about improving service delivery and advocacy of patient rights, in the state sector, and has dedicated her research efforts to the evaluation of local services in order to provide insights how outcomes can be improved upon.