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Deadline for Clinical Research Grants: May 1 – Apply Now!

Read the application guidelines and eligibility criteria here.  If you are already an ISN member, apply directly here.  Only applicants who have already submitted a proposal to their regional coordinator will be considered for a clinical research grant. The ISN Clinical Research Program supports research and education initiatives that help detect and manage non-communicable chronic diseases such as CKD,...

Share Your Expertise – Submit an Abstract to the ISN Frontiers Meeting on “Infections and the Kidneys” in New Delhi, India

Submit your abstract here. The deadline is April 20. All accepted abstracts will be published in Kidney International Reports. The ISN Frontiers Meeting in New Delhi, hosted by the Indian Society of Nephrology, will focus on bi-directional relationships between infections and kidney diseases, offering researchers in this field an opportunity to showcase their work to a...

ISN Members – Find out which Opportunity is Best for You: Explore the ISN’s Specialized Fellowship Options

To help provide relevant training to build capacity where it is most needed, the ISN partners with several organizations, regional societies, and partners to sponsor and promote fellowships in specific regions and specializations. Discover the complete list of special fellowship opportunities here. Submit your application by May 1 here. ISN Fellowships are open ISN members...

ISN Past President Presents at the 15th Arab Society of Nephrology and Renal Transplantation Congress

ISN Past President Vivekanand Jha delivered three talks at the 15th Arab Society of Nephrology and Renal Transplantation Congress (ASNRT) held from March 16-19, 2022, in Kuwait. The congress presented the latest technology and treatment for kidney diseases, including kidney transplantation, dialysis modalities, glomerulonephritis, and chronic kidney disease. Vivekanand Jha presented on complement and the...

World Kidney Day Campaign Reaches New Heights 

World Kidney Day (WKD) took place on March 10. Public and media attention for the WKD 2022 campaign attained notable reach: WKD content reached more than 447 million people on March 10 on Twitter with #worldkidneyday gaining over 172 million impressions The WKD website was viewed almost 125 000 times The official WKD press release was published by 409...

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 features: DICG content at WCN'22 The ISN Patient Liaison Advisory Group Abstract submission, TTS 2022 The recent DICG webinar held on transplantation issues and the global refugee...

Trial Registration and Ethics: Read the Latest Chapter of the ISN-ACT Narrative-based Clinical Trials Toolkit

Chapter four of the Narrative-based Clinical Trials (ISN-ACT) Toolkit highlights the required ethical, practical, and legal issues a researcher must address before carrying out a clinical study. Access the latest chapter here. A fictional group of nephrologists enrolled in the ISN Emerging Leaders Program, setting up an international multicentric study provides the backdrop to examine concepts...

Conflict Nephrology ” Edition of Seminars in Nephrology – Now Open Access

Free access to the Seminars in Nephrology journal on "conflict nephrology" has been granted for six months. Read the edition at Seminars in Nephrology and ScienceDirect.  Conflict nephrology falls under the umbrella term “disaster nephrology,” encompassing: AKI secondary to various etiologies, including crush syndrome Complex care of end-stage kidney disease patients who need advanced technology and equipment Managing renal transplant patients whose disruption of care results in...