Renal-Electrolyte’s dynamic research program is directed at studying kidney/epithelial cell structure and function in healthy or disease states, as well as renal epidemiology and clinical studies.
An intensive clinical and research experience for physicians training in nephrology.
Patient care including: Inpatient Services, Kidney Clinics, Renal Transplant Clinic, Lupus Clinic, Outpatient Dialysis Programs, and the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System.
Manisha Jhamb, MD, MPH, to collaborate with Bayer to improve care delivery for those with chronic kidney disease
Associate Professor in Renal-Electolyte, Dr. Jhamb will use real-world data to determine how population health management may improve care for those with CKD.
NIDDK U01 multidisciplinary grant awarded to DOM faculty for an AKI scientific and data research center
This cross-divisional collaboration among Drs. Kaleab Abebe, Linda Fried, and Paul Palevsky will support the Caring for OutPatiEnts after Acute Kidney Injury (COPE-AKI) Consortium, which develops and tests interventions to reduce morbidity among high-risk patients with moderate or severe acute kidney injury.
Associate Professor of Medicine and Nephrology Fellowship Program Director, Helbert Rondon, MD, MS, has been awarded an NIDDK R21 to study the role of oral urea in the treatment of chronic hyponatremia. Congratulations!
Division of Renal-Electrolyte Academic Offices
A919 Scaife Hall
3550 Terrace Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15261