Fellowship

Join Us in Welcoming Ten New ISN Fellows From Albania, Kenya, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nigeria, the Philippines, Somalia, and Thailand

The ISN warmly congratulates these newly-appointed ISN Fellows. Get to know our new ISN Fellows here. These doctors from eight countries will spend between three and twelve months training at host centers worldwide, where they will receive hands-on training in their specialty area. Most training will take place in an ISN Regional Training Center. Once trained, ISN...

ISN Members – Are You Making the Most of What’s On Offer? Explore the ISN’s Specialized Fellowship Options and Apply by October 1

To help build capacity where it is most needed, the ISN collaborates with several organizations, regional societies, and partners to sponsor and promote fellowships in specific regions and specializations. These include fellowships for: nephrologists wishing to train in dialysis, AKI, or pediatric nephrology nephrologists from the Asia-Pacific region, Latin America, or South Asia nephrologists wishing to train in...

Young Nephrologists in China: Apply to Train in Clinical Nephrology Through the IACN-ISN-HKSN Scholarship

The IACN-ISN-HKSN Scholarship supports young nephrologists to train in clinical nephrology for three months in China, including Hong Kong. The grant is a joint initiative from the International Association of Chinese Nephrologists (IACN), the ISN, and the Hong Kong Society of Nephrology (HKSN). Applications are available in Chinese. Find out more and apply here by...

Up to Twelve Months of Training to Benefit Kidney Health in Your Community: Apply for an ISN Fellowship Before October 1

ISN Fellowship grants are open to young ISN members from lower, lower-middle and upper-middle income countries. The deadline to apply is October 1, 2022 – apply here. Successful applicants receive high-quality, hands-on training for up to 12 months at a host center. Former ISN Fellow Muhammad Mohsin Riaz went on to open the first peritoneal dialysis center...

From ISN Fellow to Emerging Leader: Maximizing Personal Potential Through ISN Granting Programs to Advance Kidney Care in Nigeria

Dr. Onu Ugochi Chika, from the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH) Enugu State, Nigeria, completed an ISN Fellowship training program in 2017 at the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) Chandigarh, India, under the mentorship of Prof. Krishan Lal Gupta, alongside support from Prof. Ifeoma Ulasi at her home center. The training...

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,...

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...

Young Nephrologists in China: Apply for a Regional Scholarship

The IACN-ISN-HKSN Scholarship supports young nephrologists to train in clinical nephrology for three months in China. The grant is a joint initiative from the International Association of Chinese Nephrologists (IACN), the ISN, and the Hong Kong Society of Nephrology (HKSN). Find out more and apply here. The deadline to apply is May 1, 2022. Zhou Yue from Peking University...

Get the Training and Support You Need to Improve Kidney Care in Your Community: Apply for an ISN Fellowship

The deadline to apply is May 1, 2022 – apply here. ISN Fellows can make a real impact on advancing kidney care in their home region by: Providing better standards of care for their patients Training other doctors and healthcare professionals in the area Pioneering new programs to improve access to treatments and services, such as peritoneal dialysis,...