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Announcing the Winners of the ISN-KI Early-Career Researcher Awards

The ISN-KI Early-career Researcher Award recognizes outstanding research in basic and clinical science published in Kidney International (KI) in 2020 and 2021.

Please join us in congratulating:

 Basic Science winners

Idris Boudhabhay (France)

Complement Activation Is a Crucial Driver of Acute Kidney Injury in Rhabdomyolysis

Jihyun Yang (Korea)

Intestinal Microbiota Controls Acute Kidney Injury Severity by Immune Modulation

Clinical Science winners

Naoka Murakami (USA)

A Multi-center Study on Safety and Efficacy of Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors in Cancer Patients with Kidney Transplant

Megumi Oshima (Japan)

 

Insights from CREDENCE Trial Indicate an Acute Drop in Estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate During Treatment with Canagliflozin with Implications for Clinical Practice

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