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Dr. Kelli King-Morris Inducted into WashU Academy of Educators

Nephrologist and clinical educator Kelli King-Morris, MD, inducted into Academy of Educators.

Congratulations to Kelli King-Morris, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Nephrology, who was one of the 2021 inductees into Washington University’s Academy of Educators.

The Academy of Educators fosters a culture of excellence in education across all WashU Medical Campus departments and programs.  Members of the academy work together to help other faculty members adopt creative and high yield teaching methods.

An accomplished educator and mentor, King-Morris’ interests in clinical research include pregnancy related kidney diseases and diabetic nephropathy.  

King-Morris joins four other WashU Nephrology faculty members, Patricia Kao, MD, MS, Timothy Yau, MD, Steven Cheng, MD, and Benjamin Humphreys, MD, PhD, who were among the 42 inaugural educators inducted into the Academy of Educators in 2019.

See more about the Academy of Educators here.

Dr. Kao applauded the induction of King-Morris (@TammiHorsfall) into the Academy on Twitter:

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