Joubert syndrome and Jeune Asphyxiating Thoracic Dystrophy (JATD) are human disorders characterized by multi-organ pathologies including neurocognitive defects, musculoskeletal malformations, respiratory distress and retinal degeneration, among others.
Saying Goodbye to Ewelina Betleja
PhD postdoctoral fellow Ewelina Betleja is leaving the Division of Nephrology after nearly four years in the laboratory of Dr. Moe Mahjoub. Ewelina’s work has focused on how cells regulate the assembly of cilia, the essential cellular organelles that communicate with the extracellular environment. Ewelina will be moving to Greece to join her husband Andreas. […]
ASN Kidney Week – WU Nephrology Lectures, Moderators, Posters and Podcast
Program Director’s Meeting – Hot Topics from the Training Program Exchange > Wednesday, November 16 > Moderator > Hot Topics from the Training Program Exchange > 5:35 p.m. > BR C/D Critical Care Nephrology: Using Prolonged Intermittent RRT in the ICU: How Do I Prescribe It, and When Do I Use It? Wednesday, November 16 […]
Herrlich Speaker at Protease World in Health and Disease Symposium
Andreas Herrlich, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Nephrology will be a featured speaker at the 2nd International Symposium Protease World in Health and Disease, Sept. 14-17, 2016, in Kiel, Germany. The symposium, entitled Proteolysis as a Regulatory Event in Pathophysiology is organized by the Collaborative Research Center 877, which focuses on […]