Save the date February 4, 2021, and join the next Virtual Renal Roundtable 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.
Alhamad will present the topic “Kidney Transplant – Injury and Surveillance” at the 1-hour Zoom webinar. The lecture series is sponsored by the National Kidney Foundation (NKF).
The event provides nephrologists, nephrology nurse practitioners, transplant providers, and those who care for patients with chronic kidney disease (such as cardiologists, endocrinologists, and nurse practitioners) with networking opportunities and education on issues that are relevant to their practice.
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. Once you register with the link below you will receive an email asking you to register once more through zoom. This will provide you with the zoom webinar link for the December 3rd program.
For questions, contact Jane Delworth, program manager: Jane.firstname.lastname@example.org (314-961-2828).
Alhamad received the Award of Excellence at the 33rd Annual NKF Gift of Life Gala in 2019. Follow Dr. Alhamad @TransplantPulse, WU Nephrology @WUNephrology and @nkf on Twitter, and keep up-to-date with WashU Nephrology and the National Kidney Foundation-St. Louis on Facebook.