Careers

Lakshmi Ganesan, MD, MAS - Ben J. Lipps Research Fellowship Award (2019)

Ganesan_photo_0.jpgName: Lakshmi Ganesan, MD, MAS

Institution: Stanford Hospital

Grant: Ben J. Lipps Research Fellowship Award (2019)

Project Title: Pediatric Peritoneal Dialysis
 

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Annie Ryan - Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Award (2019)

Ryan_photo_rotate_0.jpgName: Annie Ryan

Institution: UT Southwestern Medical Center

Grant: Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Award (2019)

Project Title: Elucidating Vascular Signals in Nephron Formation Using Human Organoids
 

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Franco Puleo - Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Award (2019)

Name: Franco Puleo

Institution: Trustees of Boston University, BUMC

Grant: Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Award (2019)

Project Title: Sympathetic Nervous System Regulation of the NCC in Salt Sensitive Hypertension.
 

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Pei-Ju Liu, MS - Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Award (2019)

Name: Pei-Ju Liu, MS

Institution: The Research Foundation for SUNY

Grant: Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Award (2019)

Project Title: The Role of Myo1e- and Clathrin-Dependent Endocytic Trafficking in Podocyte Health and Disease
 

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Yijiang Chen - Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Award (2019)

Name: Yijiang Chen

Institution: Case Western Reserve University

Grant: Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Award (2019)

Project Title: Computational Pathology Approach for Characterizing Kidney Biopsies and Predicting APOL1 Risk Variants

 

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Benjamin Bowe, MPH - Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Award (2019)

Bowe_photo_1.pngName: Benjamin Bowe, MPH

Institution: St. Louis Veterans Affair Health Care System

Grant: Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Award (2019)

Project Title: Identification of Inpatient Acute Kidney Injury Phenotypes Using Large Scale Electronic Health Records

 

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Q&As with ASN Foundation Grant Recipients 2019

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.

ASN Member, Dr. Hassan Ibrahim on the success of the oldest living kidney donor in the US

In a recent news story of great success and altruism, the oldest living kidney donor donated a kidney to a neighbor in great need. Frank Dewhurst donated his kidney to Linda Nall, a neighbor who had been struggling with lupus since 1986. At age 84, Dewhurst is now the oldest living kidney donor in the United States. KNO spoke with ASN member, Dr. Hassan Ibrahim, Chief of Nephrology at Houston Methodist Hospital, about the experience.

Find the full story on CNN.
 

Submission for CJASN Trainee of the Year open until Friday June 14

cjasn trainee_0.pngThe American Society of Nephrology (ASN) and The Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (CJASN) are strongly committed to the next generation of nephrologists and want to encourage junior colleagues as they begin their careers. CJASN is therefore introducing our inaugural contest among trainees for the best article submitted to the journal by a trainee as first author.

KNO speaks to Dr. Javier Neyra about the relaunch of the AKI Community

ImageDisplay.aspx.jpgASN Communities has relaunched the -AKI Community. To get a behind-the-scenes look at the decision to relaunch the AKI Community, as well as information on the Community Leaders that will be posting educational information and responding to your questions, Kidney News Online reached out to Dr. Javier Neyra, MD, MS, FASN, one of the new AKI Community Leaders.

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