Conferences and Rounds

Winnie S. Su, MD and James W. Lohr, MD.

Our faculty members contribute their expertise on a broad range of renal disorders at meetings like our clinical case conference and research conference.

Our didactic curriculum enhances your training with specialized coverage of key areas — including dialysis, transplantation and renal pathology — while helping you keep abreast of new research.

  • 4/1/15
    You'll focus on using actual patient data to identify renal problems at this clinically oriented conference. 
  • 4/27/15
    Our research conference enables you to learn about pioneering investigations and present your developing research.
  • 4/1/15
    Expand your knowledge of renal transplantation as you interact with a multidisciplinary team of transplant experts.
  • 4/27/15
    Our multidisciplinary grand rounds contextualize and supplement the training you’ll receive through rotations and electives.
  • 4/1/15
    Review pathophysiology important to making patient-care decisions during our basic science conference.
  • 4/1/15
    Our lecture series helps provide you with a solid foundation in the principles of caring for patients with end-stage kidney disease.
  • 4/1/15
    Gain familiarity with renal biopsies and learn about the latest treatment protocols for renal diseases. 
  • 4/1/15
    Our journal club improves your analytical skills and helps you stay current in the field.
  • 4/1/15
    Sharpen your teaching skills when you lead clinical case sessions for medical students.