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Alessandra Tomasi
Farhana Begum
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Ian Lewis

Embarking on a nephrology fellowship in the United States involves a unique mix of hopes, challenges, and fears in light of recent match outcomes. In this brief article, three aspiring nephrologists—Alessandra Tomasi, MD, chief medical resident; Farhana Begum, MD, chief medical resident; and Ian Lewis, DO, first-year nephrology fellow—share their insights into the nuances of the match process and what they mean to the current workforce.

Karen Blum

Connie Rhee, MD, MSc, assumed the editor-in-chief role for the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (CJASN) this month, becoming the first female editor of one of the most widely read nephrology journals in the United States.

Rhee, chief of nephrology at the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System and professor of medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California Los Angeles, served on the journal's editorial board since 2018 and had been an ad hoc reviewer since 2013. She spoke with Kidney News (KN) about her vision and goals.