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
Nephrology Welcomes Dr. Yelena Drexler
Dr. Yelena Drexler has joined the Division of Nephrology as Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Einstein and an attending physician at Montefiore Medical Center.
Faculty Appointments and Promotions
The Department of Medicine extends its warmest congratulations to Dr. Jinil Yoo, who was among the Department of Medicine faculty members appointed or promoted in the past year.
Research Skills for Clinicians
Dr. Matthew Abramowitz was featured for his participation in the Einstein Clinical Research Training Program (CRTP), which offers a Master of Science in Clinical Research Methods.
Vaughn Folkert, M.D (bio)Professor of Clinical Medicine
Renal Grand Rounds