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ISN is now offering FREE MEMBERSHIP to trainees. A decision set to give even more opportunities for the next generation of nephrologists to grow.
ISN knows the value the younger generation of nephrologists can play in advancing kidney care for future generations. Therefore, trainees in nephrology can now apply for free
ISN In-Training Membership.
Since it was set up, the ISN Young Nephrologists Committee (YNC) has got more young nephrologists involved in the Society than ever before by offering them membership, training and leadership opportunities. It set out to empower younger generations particularly from developing countries with programs geared at education, mentoring, and support. Now it is working on empowering all young nephrologists and trainees around the world.
For many the ISN Fellowship Program has also opened doors for valuable career experience. Rolando Claure-Del Granado started as an ISN Fellow in Mexico City and evolved further by applying for a fellowship focusing on acute kidney injury.
As a young nephrologist he continues to be part of the ISN Programs and has been involved in setting up a level C Sister Renal Center partnership between his institution in Bolivia and the University of California San Diego, USA. Most recently he has been involved with ISN’s 0by25 initiative and continues to support the Society’s global outreach activities.
What do you get?
• Online access to Kidney International and Nature Reviews Nephrology, ISN News and nephrology updates
• Reduced rates for world-renowned events (World Congress of Nephrology, ISN Nexus and Forefronts symposia)
• Access to ISN Education and collaborative resources
• Eligibility for ISN capacity-building programs and society committees
How to apply?
Current In-Training Members will benefit from the free membership offer at the time of their membership renewal.