ISN Welcomes its First Emerging Leaders CohortISN admin
The ISN received many worthy applications for its new Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) and is now pleased to announce that the ELP Steering Committee has selected 14 applicants from 12 countries to form the first Emerging Leaders Cohort.
Over the coming months, the cohort will take part in a series of joint activities on collaborative leadership and problem-solving to impact the worldwide kidney health agenda.
The ISN congratulates and looks forward to working alongside these talented future leaders to shape the global prevention, control, and management of kidney disease.
- Muhammad Iqbal Bin Abdul Hafidz, Malaysia
- Viviane Calice-Silva, Brazil
- Rahul Chanchlani, Canada
- Titi Chen, Australia
- Udeme Ekrikpo, Nigeria
- Anna Francis, Australia
- Robert Kalyesubula, Uganda
- Sabine Karam, Lebanon
- Vivek Kumar, India
- Georges Nakhoul, United States of America
- Nikhil Pereira-Kamath, Tanzania
- Elliot Tannor, Ghana
- Eranga Wijewickrama, Sri Lanka
- Michelle Wong, Canada
Supported by unrestricted educational grants from:
Janssen, Pharmaceutical companies of Johnson-Johnson, Boehringer Ingelheim and Lilly Alliance.