TOP OVERALL SCORE:
Zachary Cerra @ZacCerra
This NephMadnessNewbie won NephMadness 2020 with 53 points! Zachary is a 1st-year medical student at McGovern Medical School at UTHealth. Here’s hoping he will pursue nephrology in the future…
TOP MEDICAL STUDENT SCORE:
Gabrielle Flores @gpflors
Gabrielle is a 4th-year medical student at the University of the Philippines College of Medicine – Philippine General Hospital.
TOP RESIDENT SCORE:
Anamika Adwaney @AnamikaAdwaney
Anamika is a Nephrology Registrar/Resident at Hammersmith Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in London.
TOP FELLOW SCORE:
Brendon Neuen @brendonneuen
Brendon is an academic nephrology registrar at Royal North Shore Hospital and an NHMRC Postgraduate Scholar at The George Institute in Sydney, Australia. He also wrote a commentary for this year’s NephMadness: Thinking Outside The Paint – SGLT2 Inhibitors for Patients Without Diabetes Mellitus?
TOP ATTENDING SCORE:
Namrata Parikh @NamrataYParikh
Namrata is an attending at Virinchi Hospital in Hyderabad, India.
HIGHEST-SCORING GROUP: KNN
(Krithika Mohan @krithicism and Namrata Parikh @NamrataYParikh)
MOST ENTRIES GROUP: WestisBest #WestisBest
BEST PARTY: Lister Hospital Renal Unit #TheListereens
Cyrus Askin @Askins_Razor
Cyrus is a Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellow at the Brooke Army Medical Center and Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. Check out his script and show notes for the Transplant episode of The Curbsiders: Kidney Transplant for the Internist.
Anna Vinnikova @KidneyWars
Congratulations to The Winners of NephMadness 2020!
There were two prize categories where we needed to break a tie: Top Attending and Highest-Scoring Group. For more on how tiebreakers work specifically and the determination of winners and prizes in general, please see NephMadness 2020 Rules.