Dr. Andrew Schwaderer is a Professor of Pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine. Dr. Schwaderer received his undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Cedarville University. He continued his training at the Ohio State University College of Medicine and received his medical degree. He moved to Helen Devos Children’s Hospital for Pediatric Residency with Michigan State University. He practiced as a Community Pediatrician in Fort Wayne, Indiana, before finishing a Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship at the University of Rochester with a research focus on the renal collecting duct physiology. After fellowship, Dr. Schwaderer became a Clinical Assistant Professor at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Dr. Schwaderer has been awarded multiple awards and professional honors throughout his career and has established himself as a leader in Pediatric Nephrology. He was awarded the Samuel Clausen Research Award (Rochester) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Loan Repayment Award. Dr. Schwaderer also received the 2013 “Mentor of the Year” award from the Ohio State University Landacre Research Society. He holds membership in many national professional societies and has reviewed for many of the top journals in his field. He has participated in numerous study sections for the NIH including review of R21 applications and P50 Pediatric Nephrology Center of Excellence applications. He has served in the Program and Nominating Committees for the American Society of Pediatric Nephrology and was on the planning committee for a NIH conference.