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Attend the ISN Frontiers Meeting in Bergamo, Italy

The ISN 2022 Frontiers Meeting ‘Complement-related kidney diseases: classification, genetics, and treatment’, Bergamo, Italy, 23/06/2022-25/06/2022, has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®) with 17 European CME credits (ECMEC®s). Join the ISN and the Mario Negri Institute for Pharmacological Research and get involved: Share your work - submit your abstract here. Accepted abstracts will be...

Discover the Latest Edition of the DICG Newsletter

Read the current issue of the Declaration of Istanbul on Organ Trafficking and Transplant Tourism (DICG) newsletter here. The DICG is a joint initiative of the ISN and the Transplantation Society This edition focuses on: A year in review New endorsing societies 2022 DICG council and executive committee members DICG group registry on trafficking Upcoming webinar, "Transplantation in the context of...

Discover the Protocol for a Scoping Review on Early CKD Identification

Over the past several months, a group of ISN members has collaborated on a project to provide a shared understanding of the inherent opportunities and challenges of implementing early CKD identification and intervention programs. A component of this initiative, a protocol for a scoping review, has just been published here. The review aims to synthesize available...

ISN and AFRAN Host Advocacy Roundtable to Advance Kidney Health in Africa

The ISN and African Association of Nephrology (AFRAN), held an advocacy roundtable on December 11, 2021, to discuss how best to advance kidney health in Africa. The roundtable was convened in addition to the joint AFRAN – AFPNA 2021 (African Paediatric Nephrology Association) Congress, December 8-10, in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. The AFRAN speakers, Emeritus Professor Saraladevi...

Announcing the 2022 Emerging Leaders Cohort

The ISN is delighted to welcome a cohort of twelve to its 2022 Emerging Leaders Program (ELP). The ELP Steering Committee received many deserving applications. The second ELP cohort represents six ISN regions, and includes a member with background in renal pathology. Please join us in congratulating the second ELP cohort: - Peace Bagasha, Uganda - Divya Bajpai, India, -...

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...

Last Chance to Share Your Kidney Health Story on a Global Platform – Deadline for ISN Community Film Event Submissions is Midnight CET Tonight

Your short film highlighting the everyday challenges in the lives of those in your community living with kidney conditions can raise awareness to help improve patient outcomes worldwide. Submit your film here before midnight CET tonight, January 10, 2022. Previous editions have demonstrated the potential to live well with kidney diseases through accounts of dialysis and transplant...

Connect with the International Nephrology Community at WCN’22 – Register at the Regular Rate Until January 26

Join the thousands of delegates who have already confirmed their presence at the 2022 World Congress of Nephrology (WCN'22) – register now for an outstanding program of science, education, and networking opportunities. Why register now? You benefit from the regular rate when you register before midnight CET, January 26, 2022. After this date, late registration...

Discover the Career Path of Jamaica’s First Pediatric Nephrologist in the Latest ISN Global Kidney Care Podcast

Roberto Pecoits-Filho and Smeeta Sinha meet pediatric nephrologist Maolynne Miller to discuss what inspired her career choice, some of her many accomplishments, and what she would still like to achieve in kidney care. Listen to Season 2 Episode 3: The Work and Journey of Maolynne Miller: Jamaica's First Pediatric Nephrologist here. Miller founded the Jamaica Kidney...