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ASN Kidney Week 2018 Calendar

ASN Kidney Week 2018 Calendar
Washington University Division of Nephrology will be representing at ASN Kidney Week, October 22-28. Below is the list of our speakers, posters and more!   Tuesday, October 23, 2018 Benjamin Humphreys, MD, PhD, FASN Chief - Division of Nephrology Presenter How Well do Kidney Organoids Match Adult Human Kidneys? Early Program: Advances in Research Conference: […]

Second-Year Medical Student Ashima Chadha Forges Her Path at WU

Second-Year Medical Student Ashima Chadha Forges Her Path at WU
An opportunity to nurture a budding interest in nephrology led medical student Ashima Chadha to the Humphreys Laboratory this past summer. Ashima, who came to WU from Duke University where she received a B.S. in Mathematics and minors in Chemistry and Asian/Middle Eastern Studies, was first drawn to nephrology research when she was an undergraduate. […]

scRNA-seq is a Game Changer in Kidney Biopsy Cell Characterization

scRNA-seq is a Game Changer in Kidney Biopsy Cell Characterization
Researchers in the Division of Nephrology are using a state-of-the-art technique called single-cell RNA-sequencing (scRNA-seq) to take kidney biopsy interpretation to a whole new level. Their study, recently published in JASN, presents the first scRNA-seq analysis of a human kidney allograft biopsy. Instructor of Medicine Haojia Wu, PhD, and Assistant Professor of Medicine Andrew Malone, […]

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