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Repurposing Drugs May Help Fast-track Clinical Trials Aimed at Slowing Alport Syndrome Progression

Repurposing Drugs May Help Fast-track Clinical Trials Aimed at Slowing Alport Syndrome Progression
The Alport Syndrome Foundation awarded Dr. Benjamin Humphreys, Joseph Friedman Professor of Renal Diseases in Medicine and Chief, Division of Nephrology, a two-year, $125,000 grant for his proposal “Tubulointerstitial Profiling for Alport Syndrome Target Identification.” Alport Syndrome results from damage caused to podocytes, cells that help form the filtration barrier within the glomerulus.  Damage to […]

Wellness Connection Champion Hatice Goshtaiy is an Advocate for Employee Preventive Health Care

Wellness Connection Champion Hatice Goshtaiy is an Advocate for Employee Preventive Health Care
Washington University, in partnership with the Wellness Connection, is offering great opportunities for employees to improve their physical and emotional wellness, and Hatice Goshtaiy, Research Administrator in the Division of Nephrology, is part of the program.  Hatice is a Wellness Connection Champion, an advocate who encourages WU employees to take advantage of these valuable, free […]

Former WU Renal Fellows Join Transplant Training Program

Former WU Renal Fellows Join Transplant Training Program
The Division of Nephrology welcomes two former renal fellows who are joining our Transplant Training Program, one of the most comprehensive training programs of its kind in the country.  The one-year fellowship allows trainees to be part of one of the largest and most experienced kidney transplant centers in the United States. Sambhavi “Sam” Krishnamoorthy, […]

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