Journals

Deceased Donor Kidney Discard, the Tight-knit Nephrology Community and Paying it Forward: Sumit Mohan on his Career Path to Award-Winning Research

Dr. Sumit Mohan, deputy editor of Kidney International Reports, is a professor of medicine and epidemiology at Columbia University. His research findings have helped improve access to kidney transplants and positively impacted public policies for patients with kidney disease. In recognition of these achievements, Dr. Mohan received the National Kidney Foundation (NFK) Excellence in Transplantation Award...

Deputy Editor of Kidney International Reports Receives the NFK Excellence in Transplantation Award

Please join us in congratulating Sumit Mohan, deputy editor of Kidney International Reports, on having received the National Kidney Foundation (NFK) Excellence in Transplantation Award, which recognizes exceptional research contributing novel insights to improved access to kidney transplantation. Dr. Mohan is an associate professor of medicine and epidemiology at Columbia University.  Among several significant outcomes, Dr. Mohan’s...

Watch the Latest ISN Video Abstract on a First-in-human Phase 1 Study of Nedosiran (PHYOX1) in Primary Hyperoxaluria

Watch the latest video abstract  here. This episode presents the Kidney International paper:   Safety, Pharmacodynamics, and Exposure-response Modeling Results from a First-in-human phase 1 study of Nedosiran (PHYOX1) in Primary Hyperoxaluria  Discover more video abstracts on the ISN Academy.  The ISN Video Abstract Series is an @ISNeducation Social Media Team initiative showcasing key articles from ISN Journals on social media platforms. 

Watch the Latest ISN Video Abstract on Kidney Function and Replacement Therapy

Watch the latest video abstract here. This episode presents the Kidney International Reports paper: Kidney Function, Kidney Replacement Therapy, and Mortality in Men and Women Discover more video abstracts on the ISN Academy. The ISN Video Abstract Series is an initiative by the @ISNeducation Social Media Team showcasing key articles from ISN Journals on social media platforms.

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...

Watch the Latest ISN Video Abstract on Urine Single-Cell RNA-Sequencing

Watch the latest video abstract here. This episode presents the Kidney International Reports paper: Urine Single-Cell RNA-Sequencing From Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis Reveal Inflammatory Signatures Discover more video abstracts on the ISN Academy. The ISN Video Abstract Series is an initiative by the @ISNeducation Social Media Team showcasing key articles from ISN Journals on social media platforms.

Watch the Latest ISN Video Abstract on the Therapeutic Role of MG53 in Kidney Inflammation 

Watch the latest video abstract here.  This episode presents the Kidney International paper:  Cell Membrane Repair Protein MG53 Modulates Transcription Factor NF-Κb Signaling to Control Kidney Fibrosis  Discover more video abstracts on the ISN Academy.  The ISN Video Abstract Series is an initiative by the @ISNeducation Social Media Team showcasing key articles from ISN Journals on social media platforms. 

Get to Know the ISN-KI Editorial Fellows and Interns

The ISN-KI Editorial Fellowship, designed for early-career professionals and academics working in the field of nephrology, dialysis, and transplantation, provides training opportunities for reviewing and critically evaluating manuscripts and managing editorial responsibilities within the context of a world-renowned nephrology journal. The Kidney International (KI) editorial team is currently providing expert guidance to three ISN-KI Editorial Fellows and...

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...