Words from a Passionate Nephrologist

June 18, 2015 // 0 Comments

Rounding with observers, students, residents, or fellows is at the core of academic medicine. It is an age old tradition that has its roots in the early days of apprenticeship. However, spending quality time teaching and discussing principles of [read more...]

Clinical Trials in Nephrology

February 27, 2014 // 0 Comments

Over the last decade, there has been increased recognition that clinical trials in nephrology are fewer in number and smaller in size when compared to other medical specialties. However, a more contemporary examination of published and ongoing [read more...]

Nephrology: A Revival for 2012

March 8, 2012 // 30 Comments

Today is World Kidney Day. This is a special day for individuals burdened by kidney disease and their caretakers. World Kidney Day first began in March 2006. Although the study of kidney disease dates back many centuries, nephrology was not [read more...]