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New Study by Dr. Leslie Gewin and Colleagues Challenges Long-Held Assumptions of Renal Tubular Responses to Injury

New Study by Dr. Leslie Gewin and Colleagues Challenges Long-Held Assumptions of Renal Tubular Responses to Injury
A new study by Leslie Gewin, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, WashU Nephrology, challenges the long-held assumption that renal tubular cell cycle progression is always beneficial in the context of renal injury.  In their article, just published online in Journal of Clinical Investigation (JCI) Insight, Dr. Gewin and colleagues detail how slowing cell cycle progression […]

Dr. Charbel Khoury Receives 2022 Nathan Hellman Memorial Teaching Award

Dr. Charbel Khoury Receives 2022 Nathan Hellman Memorial Teaching Award
WashU Nephrology is pleased to announce that Charbel Khoury, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Nephrology, is the recipient of the 2022 Nathan Hellman Memorial Teacher of the Year Award. The award was presented at the Fellows Graduation Dinner, June 10, 2022. The annual award is given to a faculty member selected by fellows […]

Farewell and Best of Luck to Our 2022 Graduating Renal and Transplant Fellows

Farewell and Best of Luck to Our 2022 Graduating Renal and Transplant Fellows
Congratulations to our graduating renal and transplant fellows of 2022.  Please know how much you will be missed.  We wish you all the best in your future careers! Renal Fellows (2020-2022) “My journey at WashU Nephrology has been a total joy.  For me, finding a family-oriented program was a top priority and I am glad […]