There is still time to sign up for the Virtual Renal Roundtable Lecture this Thursday, August 27, 2020, featuring Tarek Alhamad, MD, MS, associate professor of medicine, Division of Nephrology, and medical director of the Pancreas and Kidney Transplant Programs at Washington University/Barnes-Jewish Hospital.
The lecture series, held via Zoom this year, is a professional education and networking event sponsored by the National Kidney Foundation (NKF). Dr. Alhamad will present the roundtable topic: “Kidney Transplant for Practicing Nephrologists.”
The event is open to all physicians and advanced practitioners, but registration is required. Two options for attendance are provided: 12:00pm or 6:00pm.
Alhamad is the organizer of the popular Midwest Transplant & Nephrology Symposiums, and was recently presented with the Award of Excellence at the 33rd Annual 2019 NKF Gift of Life Gala. He was also recently appointed to a three-year term as the new Region 8 representative to the OPTN/UNOS Pancreas Transplantation Committee, which is charged with considering medical, scientific, and ethical aspects related to pancreas and pancreas islet organ procurement, distribution, and allocation.
After registering, you will receive an email asking you to register once more through Zoom, after which you will be provided with the webinar link for the program. For more information contact: Jane Delworth (314) 961-2828 Ext. 482
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