Dr. Mokrzycki is a graduate of Boston College (B.S., 1983), and the University of Vermont College of Medicine (M.D., 1987) and received a Masters of Science in Clinical Research from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (M.S. 2000). She completed both an Internal Medicine Residency and Clinical Nephrology Fellowship at the University of Connecticut Health Science Center in Farmington, CT. Dr Mokrzycki has been on faculty at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine since 1992, where she is a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Nephrology. She is a full time clinical nephrologist at the Montefiore Medical Center, Moses Campus.
Dr Mokrzycki's research interests have focused primarily on hemodialysis vascular access related complications, specifically, complications associated with tunneled catheter use such as infection/bacteremia/inflammation and dysfunction/thrombosis.
She is the recipient of a grant from the AETNA Foundation to study the effect of a multidisciplinary team approach to improve outcomes associated with catheter bacteremia in hemodialysis patients.
Dr Mokrzycki served on the Program Committee Member for the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) for 2 years, and on Faculty for the Therapeutic Apheresis Academy (TAA) for 5 years, which is held annually at the University of Virginia College of Medicine. She has been an invited speaker and/or chaired sessions at the American Society of Nephrology (ASN), National Kidney Foundation (NKF), the Vascular Access Society (VAS), Hemodialysis University (HDU), Annual Dialysis Conference (ADC), the American Society of Diagnostic and Interventional Nephrology (ASDIN), and the VEITH symposium.
Dr Mokrzycki served on the catheter endpoints workgroup of the Kidney Health Initiative (KHI), formed by the American Society of Nephrology and the FDA. Dr Mokrzycki currently serves as a member of the Vascular Accesss Outcomes Workgroup, a subgroup of the American Society of Nephrology's "Nephrologists Transforming Dialysis Safety Initiative" (NTDS).