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Anuja Java, MD, Elected to Executive Council of Women in Nephrology

Anuja Java, MD, Elected to Executive Council of Women in Nephrology
“I feel very strongly about the need for women in leadership positions,” says Washington University transplant nephrologist Anuja Java, MD, who was just elected to the Council of Women in Nephrology (WIN) for 2022-2024, along with Mira Keddis, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Nephrology and Hypertension at the Mayo Clinic in […]

WashU Nephrology Researcher Feng Chen a Co-principal Investigator in $7.5 Million Senescence Study

WashU Nephrology Researcher Feng Chen a Co-principal Investigator in $7.5 Million Senescence Study
WashU Nephrology researcher Feng Chen is part of the newly established Washington University Senescence Tissue Mapping Center (WU-SN-TMC) that will collaborate with NIH’s Cellular Senescence Network (SenNet) to study cell senescence and its role in the diseases of aging.  The WU-SN-TMC is being led by principal investigator Li Ding, PhD, Professor of Medicine and Genetics […]

Drs. Frank O’Brien, Lisa Zickuhr and Nathan Nolan, with Social Worker Andrew Robinson, to Present Health Equity Education Workshop at AIMW22

Drs. Frank O’Brien, Lisa Zickuhr and Nathan Nolan, with Social Worker Andrew Robinson, to Present Health Equity Education Workshop at AIMW22
“Interprofessional, Multidisciplinary Case Conferences: A Novel Approach to Integrating Health Equity Education into Graduate Medical Training Programs” will be the topic of a workshop at the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine Week 2022 (AIMW22) thanks to a multi-division collaboration of WashU physicians and allied health professionals. The proposal for the workshop, submitted by Frank O’Brien, […]