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.
Associate Professor and Renal-Electrolyte Division faculty member Arohan Subramanya, MD, has been awarded a $2 million NIDDK R01 to study how WNK kinases coordinate potassium secretion in renal intercalated cells during hyperkalemia. Congratulations!
Beth Piraino, MD, Professor of Medicine and Associate Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid in the School of Medicine, has been selected as the recipient of the J. Michael Lazarus Award. The award was established to honor Dr. J. Michael Lazarus for his...
Jane Schell, MD, was awarded the Hasting Center/Cunniff-Dixon Foundation Early Career Award for her dedication to improving the care of seriously ill patients with kidney disease.
Division of Renal-Electrolyte Academic Offices
A919 Scaife Hall
3550 Terrace Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15261