Division of Nephrology
Education and Conferences
Lectures and Teaching Conferences
Lectures and conferences lead by our world-renowned division of nephrology faculty. Currently, due to COVID-19 Pandemic, we have moved most of these to Zoom.
Involves broad coverage of core nephrology curriculum as well as advanced topics. Didactic lectures are held weekly. The topic of the lecture and the lecturer will be given to the fellows 1 week prior to the lectures.
We have a morning report every Friday morning. The fellows are accompanied by a senior attending to discuss recent cases from any of the three inpatient services or clinics that present an interesting or unique clinical scenario or diagnostic or therapeutic dilemma.
Review clinical topics based on renal pathology cases received by our clinical pathologists. An Attending pathologist presents the case, then the fellows are asked to provide a differential diagnosis. After discussing the differential diagnosis, the attending pathologist reviews the micrographs and presents a relevant topic review.
Renal Grand Rounds
Presentation on timely issues important to nephrology.
Nephrology Division Journal Club
Review a recent article in high-end science journals with relevance to nephrology
Other Notable Conferences:
Rapid Fire Journal Club
Transplant Journal Club
Renal Genetics Grand Rounds