Journals

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 Submit a Research Article for a KI-ISN Early-Career Researcher Award Before Tomorrow’s Deadline

Submit your application here. The winners of these awards (two basic and two clinical science publications) will receive 500 USD each and be invited to present their papers at the 2022 World Congress of Nephrology. Discover the 2019/2020 winners and their research papers here. Find out more about the award and how to apply here.

Watch the First ISN Video Abstract

The ISN Video Abstract Series is a new initiative by the @ISNeducation Team to showcase key articles from ISN Journals on social media platforms. The first episode presents Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide Biosynthetic Impairment and Urinary Metabolomic Alterations Observed in Hospitalized Adults with COVID-19-Related Acute Kidney Injury. Watch the Video

Read the Latest ISN Journals eDigest Highlighting Content from October

Access the latest companion to ISN Journals here. This quarter's eDigest presents a selection of papers from Kidney International Reports on new data on the management and outcomes of antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies on ANCA-associated renal conditions. Articles from Kidney International include a study of ANCA-associated glomerulonephritis complicating treatment with hydralazine, the role of endothelial cells in glomerular...

Put Forward Your Research Article for a KI-ISN Early-Career Researcher Award Before November 30, 2021

Submit your application here. Kidney International (KI) and the ISN will select four of the best original research papers published in KI in 2021 to receive a KI-ISN Early-Career Researcher Award. The winners of these awards (two basic and two clinical science publications) will receive 500 USD each and be invited to present their papers at...

Put Forward Your Research Article for a KI-ISN Early-Career Researcher Award

In recognition of the valuable contribution made by early-career researchers worldwide, Kidney International (KI) and the ISN will select four of the best original research papers published in KI in 2021 to receive a KI-ISN Early-Career Researcher Award. Discover the 2019/2020 winners and their research papers here. The winners of these awards (two basic and two...

Kidney International Publishes the KDIGO 2021 Guideline for Glomerular Disease Management

The guideline was developed to assist clinicians caring for patients with glomerulonephritis while being mindful of implications for policy and cost. Read the "KDIGO 2021 Clinical Practice Guideline for the Management of Glomerular Diseases" here. Kidney International also presents an executive summary of the guideline in their October issue. The guideline provides practical, evidence-based recommendations and useful...

Meet Three Newly-Appointed ISN-KI Editorial Fellows and Seven ISN-KI Editorial Interns

Please join us in welcoming the 2021 ISN-KI Editorial Fellows who will train alongside the Kidney International (KI) editorial team from October 2021 to April 2023. ISN-KI Clinical Editorial Fellow Amélie Bernier-Jean, Canada, nephrologist and early career clinician-scientist at the Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur in Montreal. She received the KI reviewer of the year award.   ISN-KI Basic and...

Read the Latest ISN Journals eDigest on Genetic Diseases and Nephrotic Syndrome

Access the latest companion to ISN Journals here. This quarter's eDigest presents a selection of papers from Kidney International addressing genetic kidney conditions and articles from the Kidney International Reports September issue on disease patterns and treatment advances for patients with nephrotic syndrome and its related conditions.

2020 Impact Factors Position Kidney International as the Top Journal Publishing Original Research in Nephrology

Clarivate’s Journal Citation Reports (JCR) have released their annual Impact Factors (IF) for 2020. Kidney International (KI) and Kidney International Reports (KIR) have increased their IFs: KI's IF of 10.612, increased from 8.945 in 2019, establishes it as the top journal publishing original research in nephrology. KIR's IF is 4.164, increased from 3.374, its first IF,...