Hemodialysis University

Hilton Chicago, Oak Lawn
Oak Lawn, IL

Thursday, September 7, 2017

 

The International Society for Hemodialysis' Hemodialysis University is a time for clinical nephrologists to obtain the most up-to-date training and information regarding convective therapies, quotidian dialysis, and other state-of-the-art therapies. Join us for an evening of cocktails, dinner and a lecture from Washington University's Division of Renal Disease Professor of Medicine, Dr. Daniel W. Coyne. The annual Professional Advisory Board meeting will take place, as well.  

 

 

RSVP

Please RSVP for this complimentary event by clicking here or by emailing Megan Craig at mcraig@nkfi.org no later than August 24, 2017. 

Details

Thursday, September 7, 2017
Hilton Chicago, Oak Lawn
9333 South Cicero Avenue
Oak Lawn, Illinois

Agenda

5:00 pm - Cocktails & Networking
6:00 pm - Professional Advisory Board Annual Meeting
6:30 pm - Dinner & Lecture 

RSVP

Please RSVP for this complimentary event by clicking here or by emailing Megan Craig at mcraig@nkfi.org no later than August 24, 2017. 

This event is completely complimentary, thanks to the generosity of 

Dr. Daniel W. Coyne

Daniel Coyne, MD, is Professor of Medicine (Renal Diseases), Director of Hemodialysis at the Chromalloy American Kidney Center and director of the Medicine Multispecialty Clinics at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri.

Dr. Coyne received his MD degree from Case Western Reserve School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio. He performed his internship and residency at Emory University, and a fellowship in the Renal Division at Washington University School of Medicine.
 
Dr. Coyne’s research interests include secondary hyperparathyroidism, vitamin D analogs, anemia management in chronic kidney disease, and hypertension. Dr. Coyne was principal investigator of trials in CKD and dialysis of paricalcitol and cinacalcet. He was a lead investigator of the pivotal oral paricalcitol trial in stage 3 and 4 CKD, and the PACE study comparing calcitriol to paricalcitol.