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Congratulations Craig DeGarmo!

Published: Jul 1st, 2013

The Division of Nephrology would like to congratulate our Division Administrator, Craig DeGarmo on his new appointments, within the university and the nation! Craig has been appointed as an instructor […]

Renal Grand Rounds

Published: Jun 21st, 2013

Friday, June 28th- Renal Grand Rounds at 8am presented by Dr. Todd Pesavento on the “Intelligent Utilization of Extended Criteria Donors in Kidney Transplantation” in CG-98

Editor’s Choice List

Published: Jun 14th, 2013

Jacob Richards’ and Dr. Michelle Gumz’ review “Circadian Clock Physiology” made the Editor’s Choice List for the American Physiological Society! Congratulations!

Geographic Mapping of Transplant Data

The Geographic Mapping of Transplant Data

Published: Apr 11th, 2013

View the Poster Presentation Here for recent research by Austin Gregg, Kelli Harker, Dr. Shehzad Rehman, and Dr. Kenneth Andreoni. Purpose: Transplant center directors and their quality managers are faced with […]

Dr. Gumz: Pioneering Research on Circadian Rhythms

Published: Dec 18th, 2012

Tick Tock Could the body’s internal clock system influence blood pressure? By Laura Mize Preventing high blood pressure is pretty straightforward, right? Eat a nutritious diet with limited sodium, exercise […]

Dr. Segal Leads Multidisciplinary Team in Lupus Nephritis Clinic

Published: Oct 23rd, 2012

    Multidisciplinary team now available to patients through Lupus Nephritis clinic!Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a long-term autoimmune disorder that commonly affects the skin, joints and kidneys. Some patients […]

Dr. Rehman speaks about Kidney Disease

Published: Aug 1st, 2012

Early Kidney Disease detection and treatment can sometimes keep the disease from getting worse. But, when Chronic Kidney Disease progresses, dialysis or a kidney transplant is needed for survival. University […]

Dr. Weiner Speaks on Hypertension

Published: Jan 25th, 2012

One in three adults in the United States suffers from hypertension, also known as high blood pressue, However, since the condition has no noticeable symptoms, a lot of people have high blood […]