Built on a History of Innovation
Our Nephrology Fellowship Program trains future leaders in academic medicine, outstanding physician-scientists, and exceptional clinical nephrologists. Our nephrology fellowship provides individualized training in acute and chronic diseases of the kidney through extensive electives, mentored scholarly activity, and optional subspecialty tracks in glomerular diseases, kidney transplantation and dialysis innovation.
Our NIH T32 training grant provides additional support for clinical, translational and basic science research fellows to leverage the Division’s expansive research training infrastructure which includes the Kidney Research Institute, Center of Dialysis Innovation, Institute for Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine, and University of Washington graduate schools.
UW Nephrology fellows individualize their training using extensive subspecialty electives, diverse clinic populations, formal didactics and tutorials, and mentored scholarly activity in areas ranging from glomerular diseases to innovative dialysis technologies.
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UW Nephrology fellows leverage our expansive kidney research infrastructure to better understand disease heterogeneity, models of renal care delivery, epidemiology related to diverse diseases of the kidney, and precise pathways for kidney injury and regeneration.
Through our Kidney Research Institute, Center of Dialysis Innovation, Institute of Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine, VA Health Services Research & Development Center, and UW graduate schools, we provide access to clinical trials in dialysis and novel therapeutics, 3D kidney tissue chips and microphysiologic systems, stem cells, models of glomerular injury, repair and regeneration, formal degree programs and much more.
Six Specialized Training Tracks
We offer specialized tracks to individualize the nephrology fellowship training.
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Five-State Referral Region
Our five-state referral region covers Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho (WWAMI). It ensures broad exposure to telenephrology and provides experience in managing kidney diseases with remote partner sites.
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Collaboration with UW School of Public Health
Our School of Public Health (recently ranked #3 in the World) and Biomedical Graduate Schools offer our fellows opportunities for formal didactic training in clinical, translational and basic research methods.
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