The Einstein Nephrology Fellowship Training Program offers 2-year and 3-year clinical and research training options. more info
Research areas include cell biology of glomerular injury, the physiology of prostaglandin transport and actions in the kidney, the biochemistry of uremia and and its clinical correlates, Vitamin D deficiency and acidosis, acute kidney injury and its prevention, facets of transplantation including gene transcription profiling and bone disease, vascular access and its complications, and prevention of various complications of ESRD. more info
Einstein-Montefiore Nephrology faculty listing.
With a distinguished history of research, clinical care, and prominence in American academic nephrology, the Albert Einstein Division of Nephrology is an exciting place to train, work and learn. more info
Dr. Michael Ross Named Chief, Division of Nephrology
Dr. Ross was named Chief of the Division of Nephrology, beginning June 1, 2017.
Dr. Victor Schuster Named 2015 AAAS Fellow
Dr. Schuster was elected a 2015 AAAS Fellow for "his outstanding contributions to medicine and biochemistry, including the critical identification of the prostaglandin transporter, and for contributions as a distinguished educator and physician."
Dr. Enver Akalin Serving Leadership Roles in Nephrology, Transplantation
Dr. Enver Akalin has been appointed 2015-2016 Vice President and 2016-2017 President of the New York Society of Nephrology (NYSN), and recently began as Chair of the American Society of Transplantation (AST) Transplantation and Immunology Research Network (TIRN) Scientific Review Committee.
Dr. Michal Melamed Receives First-Time NIH R01 Grant for Study of Dietary Supplements Against Kidney Disease
The NIH has awarded Michal Melamed, M.D. $3.5 million over five years to take part in its ongoing VITamin D and OmegA-3 TriaL (VITAL).
Vaughn Folkert, M.D (bio)Professor of Clinical Medicine
Renal Grand Rounds