Now that we know Genes in ESKD Disparity was able to string together the 5 victories needed to win the coveted title in NephMadness 2017…
…who are the winners? See the final standings here!
TOP OVERALL SCORE:
Matthew R. Lynch
Matthew is a Nephrology Fellow at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, MA. He won NephMadness 2017 with 53 points. Follow him @MatthewLynchMD.
TOP MEDICAL STUDENT SCORE:
Edward T. Carey, Jr.
Edward is a third-year medical student at Stony Brook University School of Medicine in Stony Brook, NY. Follow him @EdwardTCarey.
TOP RESIDENT SCORE:
Arvind is an Internal Medicine resident at University of California, San Francisco. Follow him @arvindnishtala.
TOP FELLOW SCORE:
Ramnika I. Gumber
Ramnika is a second-year Nephrology Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Follow her @RamnikaGumber.
TOP ATTENDING SCORE:
Manisha is an Attending Consultant in the Department of Nephrology at the Max Super Speciality Hospital in Uttar Pradesh, India. Editor’s Note: The NephMadness Team would also like to give Manisha honorable mention for her excellent tweets! Follow her @manishadassi.
HIGHEST-SCORING GROUP: VCUrine
— J Kidd (@jkidd03) March 23, 2017
— KidneyWars (@KidneyWars) March 23, 2017
MOST ENTRIES GROUP: St. John Hospital and Medical Center
Michelle is Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota, Division of Pediatric Nephrology. She wrote a blog post on the Dialysis region, sharing the perspective of a pediatric nephrologist. Follow her @rheault_m
Arvind is Senior Consultant Nephrologist and Transplant Physician and Head of the Department of Nephrology at the Bangalore Hospital in Bangalore, India. Follow him @arvindcanchi.
If your name wasn’t listed above, try again next year when we unleash another set of educational nephrology topics!
For more on the determination of winners and prizes, please see NephMadness 2017 Rules.