Careers

KNO Interview on Kidney360 with Dr. Ziyad Al-Aly

Kidney News Online recently spoke with Ziyad Al-Aly, MD, FASN (@zalaly), the chair of the ASN Publications Committee, a staff nephrologist and the Associate Chief of Staff for Research and Education at the Veterans Affairs St. Louis Health Care System. The ASN Publications committee began the initial talks for Kidney360 and will play a large part in its implementation going forward.

ASN President's Column: Strategic Goals for 2019

I am honored to be ASN President in 2019 and excited by the possibilities for this year. ASN developed and launched a 5-year strategic plan in 2016. Significant progress has been made on all strategic goals, and these remain as the main issues ASN will need to address over the course of the next year. In 2019, I’d like to see ASN focus on accomplishing three broad goals that will continue the society’s momentum and help accomplish the strategic plan by the end of 2020.

Nominations for ASN Midcareer Awards are Open

Nominations for ASN’s midcareer awards are open. These awards identify those who exemplify the very best in our field. Recognize your peers for their work in the fight against kidney disease.

To nominate a candidate, submit one letter of nomination and the nominee’s curriculum vitae (CV). Please note that ASN can only accept one nomination letter per candidate; however, the letter may have multiple signatories.

The deadline for all ASN midcareer awards nominations is Monday, March 18, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. EST.

Study from UAB: acute kidney injury and kidney-resident macrophages

“Resident macrophages reprogram toward a developmental state after acute kidney injury” was published today, January 24th, in JCI Insight. The study with co-first authors and trainees in the NIH-funded UAB Medical Scientist Training Program, Jeremie M. Lever and Travis D. Hull, M.D., Ph.D., found that “during acute kidney injury (AKI) in a mouse model, kidney-resident macrophages are reprogrammed to a developmental state, resembling these same cells when they are found in newborn mice.

New CJASN Trainee of the Year program

The Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (CJASN) is strongly committed to the next generation of nephrologists and strives to encourage junior colleagues as they begin their careers. In honor of this commitment, in 2019, CJASN will launch CJASN Trainee of the Year; an inaugural prize contest among trainees for the best article submitted to the journal by a trainee as first author. This competition will recognize outstanding work done by junior colleagues in early stages of their careers in nephrology.


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Kidney News Podcast on the Past and Future of the Kidney Health Initiative

ima_thumb.pngIn early December 2018, Prabir Roy-Chaudhury, MD, PhD, FASN, the outgoing American Society of Nephrology Co-Chair for KHI, and Raymond C. Harris, MD, FASN, who began his term as Co-Chair for KHI in 2019, recorded a discussion with ASN Executive Vice-President Tod Ibrahim.

Meet the ASN Foundation for Kidney Research Grant Recipients

The following articles are brief Q&A sessions with American Society of Nephrology (ASN) grant recipients. The sessions explore what research the individual is undertaking with the grant funds, their hopes for the research, career goals, and advice for others interested in applying for these grant funds.

Past Recipient Profiles

S. Ananth Karumanchi, MD - 2002 Carl W. Gottschalk Research Scholar Grant

S. Ananth Karumanchi, MD

2002 Carl W. Gottschalk Research Scholar Grant

Beating the Odds: A Researcher’s Creative Vision Realized

“ASN took a chance on me.”

From his earliest exposure to medicine, S. Ananth Karumanchi, MD was “fascinated by the way the kidney precisely filters out all the toxic material and maintains the electrolytes and acid-base status.”

Lesley A. Inker, MD - 2006 ASN Foundation for Kidney Research-AAIM Junior Development Grant in Geriatric Nephrology Recipient

Lesley A. Inker, MD

2006 ASN Foundation for Kidney Research-AAIM Junior Development Grant in Geriatric Nephrology Recipient

Building Bridges that Advance Kidney Care

A psychology professor asking “big questions” put Lesley A. Inker, MD on her path to nephrology. Dr. Inker was attracted to nephrology because it offered her the opportunity to develop long-term relationships with patients and to seek answers to big questions in public health. Her ASN Career Development Grant was a key to making the kind of contributions that mattered.

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