Advocating for patients with kidney diseases
The Kidney Health Initiative, co-chaired by Dr. Raj Mehrotra, develops therapies to alleviate symptoms caused by dialysis.
Written by current and former UW Nephrology faculty and fellows
Reviewers are an integral part of the process for peer-reviewed journals
By clustering patients based on blood levels of select biomarkers, researchers learned who is likelier to benefit from a specific therapy.
Dr. Christopher Johnson, Clinical Assistant Professor, Transplant Nephrology, takes a few minutes to talk about his work and interests.
Study involved 2,548 people; those who had highest levels of marker at outset were likelier to develop kidney problems.
Commentary by Vanessa L. Weiland & Lena Sibulesky
The American Society of Nephrology (ASN) has recently partnered with the RFN, an online educational forum for nephrology trainees.
The KRI celebrated 10 years of innovative research at the Columbia Tower Club in Seattle
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