Division of Nephrology Education
The Division of Nephrology is actively engaged in teaching medical students, residents, and fellows.
Medical Student Education
Our faculty members host lectures, workshops, and case conferences in kidney physiology for first-year medical students and teach pathophysiology to second-year medical students.
Our three-year Nephrology Fellowship is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
Nephrology Continuing Medical Education
Our continuing medical education provides education and training opportunities for physicians and clinical staff. Taught by leaders in nephrology, these programs focus on the latest technologies, procedures, and research to provide the highest standards of patient care.
Grands rounds are held on Mondays at 12:00PM from September to June. This conference alternates between research and clinical presentations by local and national speakers, and a journal club for review of recent research papers.
Held on Tuesday mornings, this conference includes presentation of interesting clinical cases and review of kidney biopsy cases by a kidney pathologist.
Nephrology and Rheumatology Conference
This monthly conference takes place on Wednesday mornings and is a collaborative conference among rheumatology, nephrology, and kidney pathology. The format revolves around presentation of a case, review of the associated biopsies, and review of the relevant literature and clinical guidelines.