Governance

Welcome to the 2021-23 ISN President and Leadership

The ISN warmly welcomes Professor Agnes B. Fogo as the 2021-23 ISN President. Professor Fogo completed her medical and pathology training at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, USA. Her main research interests are focused on progression of chronic kidney disease and crosstalk between tubules and glomeruli. She has created an online Atlas of Renal Pathology with the American...

Message from President Jha: Vote in the ISN 2021 Leadership Elections

As an ISN voting member, exercise your right to cast your vote for the next ISN President-Elect and your ISN region’s Regional Board Deputy Chair/Council member. To vote, login to your MYISN account at www.theisn.org, click on the “Leadership Elections” tab, and follow the prompts. You can review the candidates’ short bios/CVs and statements before...

Bring Your Expertise and Talent to ISN: Apply for a Leadership Position

The deadline to apply for leadership positions has been extended to Friday, October 30.  Help advance kidney health worldwide by applying to become a leader of an ISN committee, working group, or group in which ISN has representatives. Apply here. Our sincere thanks go to all members who have already submitted an application or nomination for a leadership position.

ISN community welcomes new ISN President

Meet ISN President Vivekanand Jha (2019-2021) as he shares his thoughts and aspirations in his first video testimony. Vivekanand Jha has begun his tenure as ISN President and will lead the Society until April 2021. As Executive Director at The George Institute for Global Health (India) and a Professor of Nephrology at University of Oxford, he...

A new Presidency 2019-2021 – Passing the ISN gavel

The ISN World Congress of Nephrology symbolized the dedication and passion of our community. I’m delighted to start my tenure as ISN President and want to congratulate David Harris for his committed efforts over two truly inspiring years. I’m eager to keep up the momentum of his many achievements. A new Executive Committee and Council means...

The ISN approves governance changes for increased inclusion and representation

Starting in 2016, instigated and shepherded by ISN leadership, ISN embarked on an important strategic review to ensure that the Society continued to reflect its members and serve them. Our journey resulted in ISN strengthening its purpose through a new vision, mission and values and the way in which the Society is governed. Our vision, mission...

New Executive Director joins ISN

As the new year starts, we welcome Charu Malik as the new ISN Executive Director. She takes over from Luca Segantini who has made truly outstanding contributions to ISN over the past decade. Charu Malik has over 15 years of experience in the non-profit sector, the majority of which have been with professional healthcare societies. She...

2019 ISN Leadership Elections – Submit a candidate

The ISN Nominating Committee has launched a consultation with ISN membership in preparation for the 2019 leadership elections. The Nominating Committee welcomes suggestions from any member of ISN in relation to potential candidates for President-Elect. To suggest a candidate for the President-Elect position, please send an email to Dominique Tudor, naming the ISN member who you think should...