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Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship Research

Research Training

Two research years enable fellows to broaden understanding of renal disease and establish an academic career in pediatric nephrology.

Fellows can participate in clinical, bench or translational research in multiple locations on the Indiana University School of Medicine campus in downtown Indianapolis.

Active basic science research is in kidney innate immunity, genetic disease risk profiles, kidney stone pathogenesis and acute kidney injury.

Ongoing clinical and translational research involves social determinants of health, health care disparities, bone and mineral disorders in pediatric chronic kidney disease, critical nephrology, neonatal acute kidney injury, chronic dialysis, glomerular disease and biomarker discovery.

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