In an effort to share best practices and build collaborative relationships, Washington University School of Medicine hosted the first Midwest Transplant Symposium on October 16-17.
The Division of Renal Diseases is now accepting applications for 2015 Renal Staff Microgrants.
$2.35 million grant from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) to Renal Division researchers will fund a project titled “Regulation of Motile Cilia Assembly in Lung Disease.”
The Renal Division is now accepting applications for its 2015 Translational Innovation Grant.
Ying (Maggie) Chen, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Renal Division, has been awarded a Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Grant.
Washington University School of Medicine announces the first Midwest Transplant Symposium to be held on October 16 and 17 at the Institute of Public Health, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
The International Society of Nephrology has officially recognized the relationship between the Washington University Renal Division and the Instituto Guatemalteco de Suguridad Social renal division as a Sister Renal Center Pair.
Fellowship Director Steven Cheng, MD, has been named to a three year term on the ASN Training Program Director’s Executive Committee.
Join @HumphreysLab on a NephJC TwitterChat, hosted by Duke Nephrology faculty member Dr. Matthew Sparks (@Nephro_Sparks).
Please welcome Andrew Malone, MB, BCh, as an Assistant Professor of Medicine (Transplant Nephrology and Internal Medicine) at Washington University School of Medicine.