ISN Grants Transforming Kidney Care Globally: Meet the Latest Recipientsjbrown
The ISN is delighted to announce the results of its latest grant application period. We are pleased to welcome participants from fifteen countries worldwide:
- Six new ISN Fellows who will receive training to help them establish or improve local care in their home regions. The awardees are from Fiji, Kenya, Nigeria, the Solomon Islands and Thailand.
- Newly appointed Interventional Nephrology Scholars eager to learn the skills required to meet the growing needs for interventional nephrology techniques in lower resource settings. The awardees are from Argentina, Colombia, Cuba, India, Mexico, Myanmar, Peru, the Philippines, and Tanzania.
- Three Clinical Research Project recipients whose innovative research promises to contribute significantly to the advancement of kidney care:
Lourdes Paula Resontoc (Philippines) – “Modified CAPD Prescription in ESKD Children From Low-resource Settings”
Nivedita Kamath (India) – “Assessing Adolescent Kidney Health in CKDu Endemic Region in India”
Olga Chub (Ukraine) – “War and CKD Development and Progression: How to Preserve Kidney Function”
The ISN congratulates all these recipients and looks forward to their continued contributions to our shared mission of improving global kidney care.
The ISN thanks the Asian Pacific Society of Nephrology for supporting the ISN Fellowship and Clinical Research Programs and the Schrier Fund for contributing to the ISN Fellowships Program.