Fond Farewell to Drs. Hani Suleiman and Ewa Langner

WashU Nephrology bids a fond farewell to Hani Suleiman, MD, PhD, who is taking a position as Assistant Professor of Medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center, Division of Nephrology, with a joint appointment in the Department of Biomedical Engineering. Dr. Suleiman’s research focuses on podocytopathies, a group of glomerular diseases that affect the kidney’s ability […]

Mahjoub Lab Celebrates Recent Publications on Critical Role of Centrosomes in Kidney Development and Function

Congratulations to the research team of the Mahjoub Laboratory, who are celebrating their multiple recent publications, one of which landed the cover of the journal JCI Insight. The WashU Nephrology laboratory, headed by Moe Mahjoub, PhD, focuses on defining the roles of centrosome-cilium complex during kidney development and homeostasis.  These signaling hubs regulate key aspects […]

Drs. Mahjoub, Dutcher and Brody Awarded $3.14M NHLBI Grant for Cilia Research

Collaborators Moe Mahjoub, PhD, assistant professor of medicine (Division of Nephrology), Cell Biology and Physiology, Susan Dutcher, PhD, professor of genetics, Cell Biology and Physiology, and Steven Brody, MD, the Dorothy R. and Hubert C. Moog Professor of Pulmonary Medicine have received a four-year, $3.14 million RO1 renewal grant from the National Heart, Lung, and […]

March Madness … Kidney Style! NephMadness 2017 Brackets Announced

Hit the bench, US college basketball! Nephrology has its own March Madness – NephMadness 2017 – courtesy of the crew at AJKD Blog, the official blog of the American Journal of Kidney Diseases. Since 2013, this month-long educational tournament plays out across all social media outlets, providing good-natured competition while highlighting the latest advances and […]