Acute Kidney Injury

A Portrait in Gray: What Does an Older STEM Workforce Mean for the Future of Research?

An examination into potential effects of an older workforce on academic research by Kurtis Pivert, ASN"s Data Science Officer.

ASN Data Bytes: Academics Offer Diverging Opinions on Nephrology Procedures

A recent ASN Flash Poll found differing opinions among academic nephrologists over procedures, specifically catheter placements and kidney biopsies. Stewart Lecker, MD, PhD, on behalf of the ASN Workforce and Training Committee, developed the survey to capture current perspectives on procedural competence among training program directors (TPDs), associate TPDs (APDs), and division chiefs.

Improving Care and Building Communities: An Interview with Nephrologists Fahim and Naeem Rahim

Kidney News Online begins a series of interviews with nephrologists who trained in the United States as International Medical Graduates (IMGs). To launch this series, we turn to two brothers, Fahim and Naeem Rahim, nephrologists who have changed the landscape for kidney patients in southeastern Idaho.

NHS Audit Identifies Community Pharmacists as Key to AKI Awareness/Prevention in Some At-Risk Patients

NHS audit identifies key role for community pharmacists in AKI prevention/awareness in some at-risk patients.

American Society of Nephrology Statement on President's Executive Order on Immigration

"Kidney diseases do not differentiate among race, religion or geographic borders."

From India: A Perspective on Parallel Donation Systems

Dr. Avnish Seth recommends building exchanges between cornea and organ donation systems in India to increase opportunities for transplants.

Mind the Gap! GAO Issues Report on Kidney Disease Funding

Does the level of funding for kidney disease reflect the public health burden?

CDC Confirms Seoul Virus in 8 Patients

In rare cases, Seoul virus can lead to Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome (HFRS).

The Gap Between Need and Funding: GAO Report Confirms Need to Improve Federal Funding for Kidney Research

GAO releases report on the status of kidney disease funding in the US.

Let the Author Beware: Five Questions for Jeffrey Beall

Jeffrey Beall, academic librarian and Associate Professor at the University of Colorado Denver, maintains Beall's List of predatory journals, a list that unfortunately continues to grow.