Check out the success stories in the Department of Nephrology, Hypertension & Pheresis:
PCEN accepting applications for 2023 Summer Research Scholars Program (Links to an external site)
The Washington University Pediatric Center of Excellence in Nephrology (WU PCEN) is pleased to request applications for our 2023 Summer Research Scholars Program. This program aims to inspire future leaders in pediatric kidney disease research by engaging students in meaningful research and clinical experiences in kidney development, biology, cutting-edge technologies, preclinical model systems and pediatric nephrology.
Pediatric Center of Excellence in Nephrology established with NIH funding (Links to an external site)
Physician-scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have received a grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to establish a Pediatric Center of Excellence in Nephrology. Among the researchers’ aims is to create high-definition molecular reference maps showing genetic details of normal and diseased kidneys during various stages of childhood growth […]
Patient With Goodpasture’s Syndrome Thrives After Kidney Transplant (Links to an external site)
At age 14, Madeline Rauh was an exceptional student and talented competitive swimmer. According to her mom, Julie, her daughter was seldom sick and, other than routine physical exams, rarely needed to see her pediatrician.
St. Louis man battling 1-in-a-billion genetic condition gets kidney transplant at Barnes-Jewish (Links to an external site)
Three days a week, 22-year-old Chase Cofer undergoes dialysis at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. When he leaves, the worry follows him home.