Tag: Nephrology

Message from Dr. Mark D. Okusa – Division Chief, Nephrology, December 2020

After almost a year of grief, loss, fear, and uncertainty, we feel a new sense of hope and change, a time of “possibilities”. We look forward to the continued growth…

Medicine Matters Newsletter – December 2020

The December 2020 Medicine Matters Newsletter features year-end highlights from several Divisions within the University of Virginia's Department of Medicine. We welcome your feedback and comments, which can be sent…

Nephrology Fellow Profile – Oluwaseun Oluwo

Tell us a little bit about yourself. I have been at UVA for just over a year. I was born and raised in Lagos, a city located on the shores…

Nephrology Faculty Profile – Sanja Arandjelovic

Tell us a little bit about yourself. I first came to UVA for graduate studies in Biochemistry. On my very first day in Cville, one of the first people I…

Nephrology Staff Profile – Kirsti Moose-McConkey

Tell us a little bit about yourself. I’ve been working at UVA since 2015 when I started as a part-time graduate student assistant in the Department of Middle Eastern and…

News and Notes – September 2020

Please join in welcoming Dr Kaitlin M. Love to the faculty of the Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism as an Assistant Professor of Medicine, effective September 1, 2020. Katie received…

Nephrology Divisional Spotlight – September 2020

This year has changed and challenged us in ways that none of us could have ever imagined. So what did we do? We rose to the challenge, and we adapted…

Message From the Chair – September 2020

Welcome to September and the beginning of fall. To say the least, this is an unusual and unexpected start to the academic year. We remain socially distanced, masked, and gowned…

Medicine Matters Newsletter – September 2020

The September 2020 Medicine Matters Newsletter features the Division of Nephrology. We welcome your feedback and continued updates, which can be sent to: Kim Kelley-Wagner at kak2cj@hscmail.mcc.virginia.edu

Dr Robert Carey to Receive AHA Distinguished Scientist Award

Congratulations to Dr Robert Carey who will be receiving the American Heart Association (AHA) Distinguished Scientist Award for 2020. The award is the highest award given by the AHA in…