Critical Care Nephrology And Acute Renal Failure
- A very active program of Intensive Care Nephrology to study the pathogenesis and treatment of acute renal failure, including that which occurs in association with liver disease
- Cellular mechanisms of oxidative injury and the its role in acute and chronic renal injury and cell-signaling pathways
- The pathogenesis of renal disease associated with liver failure
- For Nephrology Fellows interested in further training in Critical Care Medicine during their Nephrology fellowship, an optional one year of training is available through the Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program. The goal of this program is to provide education in the theoretical and practical aspects of critical care medicine to help nephrology trainees develop a high level of competence in managing patients with life-threatening illnesses.