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Tune in for Talks by ISN-KI Early-Career Researcher at Upcoming Oncology-Nephrology Meetings

Naoka Murakami, 2022 ISN-KI Early-Career Research Award winner, will present at two upcoming oncology-nephrology meetings. The Onco-Nephrology Symposium, 2022, will take place in hybrid format on September 30 in Boston, USA. The event offers up-to-date information and insights from national and international experts in this constantly evolving subspecialty. Join Naoka Murakami for 'Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors and...

Improving Knowledge of Dialysis Techniques to Tackle High Demand in Cameroon Through the ISN-Swiss Society-Cameroon Society Partnership

The ISN-Swiss Society-Cameroon Society Partnership has been active since 2019. It is dedicated to advancing kidney care in Cameroon through joint initiatives. In the context of this partnership, Dr. Ngo Makang Marguerite Cecile, a nephrologist from Yaoundé General Hospital in Cameroon, undertook a six-month fellowship training in the nephrology unit at Geneva University Hospital in...

Join the Live #NephTrials Discussion on Efficiency in Clinical Trials: ‘Getting to the H4RT of Registry Design’ on September 29

Connect with Fergus Caskey, Roberto Pecoits-Filho, Michael Walsh, Joel Topf, Manasi Bapat, and Swapnil Hiremath at the latest #NephTrials discussion on September 29, 2022, at 1 p.m. CEST. Why do we need more efficient clinical trials? What is a registry and why are registries useful? What is a registry-based randomized controlled trial, and how does...

World Kidney Day 2023 Official Campaign ‘Kidney Health for All’ Launches – Show Your Support: Download and Share the Banners

World Kidney Day (WKD) 2023 will take place on Thursday, March 9. This year's theme is 'Kidney Health for All - Preparing for the unexpected, supporting the vulnerable!' To ensure preparedness and show support, the ISN encourages all to join in raising awareness of the impact disastrous events have on people living with kidney disease. Download and share the WKD...

The ISN Continues to Lobby to Raise Kidney Disease to the Top of the Agenda During Global Week for Action on NCDs

Today marks the start of the Global Week for Action on Non-communicable Diseases (NCDs), with activities taking place worldwide to raise awareness of the urgent need for increased financing to prevent and treat NCDs and build resilient health systems. With an estimated 41 million deaths yearly, NCDs constitute the leading cause of death and disability...

ISN Members Exclusive: ISN Frontiers Meeting in Bergamo and WCN’22 Content is Now Available to ISN Members on the ISN Academy

A new section on the ISN Academy allows you to access content from past ISN events you may have missed. Explore the available content here. ISN members and ISN Academy subscribers can access content from the recent ISN Frontiers Meeting in Bergamo here. ISN members can access WCN'22 content here. The congress material is also available to non-ISN...

Celebrate Excellence in Kidney Care: More Time to Nominate a Candidate for the ISN 2023 Awards – Submit Your Nominations!

Do you know someone who has made a significant contribution to kidney care? The ISN Awards are a chance to recognize an individual's role in advancing global kidney health in line with the ISN’s mission. Find out more about ISN Awards here. The deadline to submit nominations for the ISN 2023 Awards is now September 26, 2022. Send all nominations,...

Visit Us at the ISN Booth in Calgary, Canada, from 7-11 September at the IPNA Congress and Listen to ISN President Agnes Fogo in the Plenary State of the Art Session 1 on Saturday, September 9

The ISN will be present at the 19th International Pediatric Nephrology Association (IPNA) congress in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, from September 7-11, 2022. Delegates can visit the ISN at our exhibition booth, or connect with us online here. ISN President Agnes Fogo will present 'Tubulo-glomerular Cross Talk' during the 'Plenary State of the Art #1 session' on...

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...