Division Says Goodbye to Dr. Andrew Malone

WashU Nephrology bids farewell to transplant nephrologist Andrew Malone, MB, BCh, BAO, MD, who is returning to his homeland of Ireland to take a position at St. Vincent’s University Hospital in Dublin.  Dr. Malone came to WashU for a fellowship in transplantation nephrology before joining our division in 2015 as Assistant Professor of Medicine.  In […]

Renal Fellows Reflect on Year One as They Look to the Future

It’s been an eventful year of learning, hard work, and battling the COVID-19 pandemic.  As new fellows are welcomed into the WashU Nephrology training program, two of our second-year fellows – Drs. Gonzalo Matzumura and Sana Javeed Shaikh – reflect on their time here in the division and in St. Louis. Gonzalo, born and raised […]

Farewell and Best Wishes to Our Graduating Renal and Transplant Fellows

Congratulations to our graduating renal and transplant fellows of 2020, you will be missed. We wish you the best in your future careers! An outdoor, evening celebration was held at the Ellen S. Clark Hope Plaza gathering space June 23, 2020. Celebration photos were taken by assistant professor of medicine and talented photographer, Dr. Charbel […]

Amie Burke Welcomed as New Research Administrator

Amie Burk, research administrator

Washington University Division of Nephrology welcomes Amie Burke, who joins us as our new research administrator.   Amie will be responsible for the division’s grant-related activities, nephrology staff payroll, financial services and visa applications. Amie received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Management from Webster University in 2009, and has been with WashU for nearly 13 […]