Physician's Weekly Podcast

An inDEPTH Look at National Kidney Month

March 08, 2023 Physician's Weekly Season 3 Episode 83
An inDEPTH Look at National Kidney Month
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Physician's Weekly Podcast
An inDEPTH Look at National Kidney Month
Mar 08, 2023 Season 3 Episode 83
Physician's Weekly

Joseph Vassalotti, MD (Clinical Professor of Nephrology at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and CMO at the National Kidney Foundation), talks about how doctors should properly test for renal function using a race-independent equation, about albuminuria, and about the effects of COVID-19 on patient’s kidneys. Also, Jeremy Reiter, MD, PhD (Professor at UCSF), discusses the underpinnings of kidney diseases, both sporadic and inherited, as well as the Tabula Sapiens project in which his lab contributed in-depth transcriptome data from various sites along the nephron. 

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Show Notes

Joseph Vassalotti, MD (Clinical Professor of Nephrology at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and CMO at the National Kidney Foundation), talks about how doctors should properly test for renal function using a race-independent equation, about albuminuria, and about the effects of COVID-19 on patient’s kidneys. Also, Jeremy Reiter, MD, PhD (Professor at UCSF), discusses the underpinnings of kidney diseases, both sporadic and inherited, as well as the Tabula Sapiens project in which his lab contributed in-depth transcriptome data from various sites along the nephron. 

Changes Are Coming Soon!
Stay tuned for an exciting new format!

Let us know what you thought of this week’s episode on Twitter: @physicianswkly

Want to share your medical expertise, research, or unique experience in medicine on the PW podcast? Email us at editorial@physweekly.com!

Thanks for listening!