Research by Dr. Benjamin Freedman, Assistant Professor at the University of Washington, and others around the country.
Take a look at what we've
been working on:
Recently published articles by Drs. Bansal, de Boer, Freedman, Leca, Mehrotra and Shankland.
The Network of Minority Health Research Investigators Medallion will be presented to Dr. Young at the annual meeting in Bethesda, Maryland.
Dr. Belding H. Scribner, Medical Pioneer, died at age 82 in 2003. The New York Times wrote a wonderful story of his accomplishments at the time of his death.
The National Kidney Foundation will honor two of our faculty members for their contributions to kidney-disease research.
University of Washington Medical Center has been chosen to receive a special recognition award from the National Living Donor Assistance Center.
Searching for ways to regenerate failing kidneys
In an analysis conducted by the Center for World University Rankings, UW Nephrology ranked eighth among universities around the world.
KCPQ(Q13) shares a unique story of four patients, meeting for the first time after taking part in UW Medical Center's first paired kidney swap.
Peritoneal Dialysis Pioneer and Faculty Member, Dr. Henry Tenckhoff, was a leader in the field.
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