Through research, our faculty explore topics such as recurrent glomerular disease and physical activity in hemodialysis patients. Explore how we’re improving care.
With shorter days and less sunshine during the fall and winter, could you develop a vitamin D deficiency?
Allen Institute for Cell Science video series "Cell Shorts" highlights researchers who are using Allen Institute tools.
Thanks to a collaboration between the University of Washington and Northwest Kidney Centers, a NASA rocket will blast off for the International Space Station carrying a research project called “kidney-on-a-chip.”
Benjamin Freedman discusses his laboratories latest work on mini-kidney organoids.
By creating mini-kidney organoids that contain a realistic micro-anatomy, UW Medicine researchers track early stages of polycystic kidney disease
A breakthrough device called kidney-on-a-chip is giving new hope to patients suffering from kidney disease. Meet the team and find out why it's heading to outer space
Interview with Dr. Nicolae Leca, Associate Professor of Transplant Nephrology, and Medical Director of the Kidney and Pancreas Transplantation Program
Dr. Jonathan Himmelfarb has received funding for the Microphysiological System for Kidney Disease Modeling and Drug Efficacy Testing program
This one-year professional development program for educators in the health professions who have a passion for teaching and a desire to become academic leaders.