pushing the field forward
education drives progress
The National Kidney Foundation of Illinois' Citywide Grand Rounds brings together experienced clinicians, notable educators, and young investigators for an evening of enlightening discussion and continuing education. The night's program provides attendees with an open forum, and affords them the opportunity to learn about advancements in research and medicine which may be outside of their core practice.
Upon arrival, guests will connect with new colleagues and enjoy a cocktail hour. The program will begin over dinner, where presenters will detail case studies, conduct moderated panel discussions, and offer brief updates on NKFI supported research. In addition to case discussions, previous Grand Rounds topics have included:
Communicating with chronic patients
Risk factors in minority groups
Statin medications and dialysis patients
For More Information
Please contact the NKFI's Director of Programs, Rachel DePauw.
email: firstname.lastname@example.org | phone: (312) 321 - 1500 x 258
details & agenda
a small serving of the evening's discussions
5:45pm - Cocktails and Welcome
6:30pm - Welcome Reception and PAB Annual Meeting
Jacqueline Burgess-Bishop | CEO, NKFI
Dr. Shubha Ahya | Professional Advisory Board Chair
6:45pm - Presentations on Medical Student Summer Research
NKFI Medical Student Research Grant Recipients
7:00pm - Case Presentation Rules
Dr. Roger Rodby | Moderator
7:05pm - Clinical Pathologic Case Presentation 1
Dr. Janis Yun Cho, Northwestern University
7:40pm - Clinical Pathologic Case Presentation 2
Dr. George Sousanieh, Rush University
8:15pm - Closing Remarks/Networking/Photographs
CALL FOR CASES:
We need your interesting nephrology cases! This program will follow a clinical pathologic case model with audience participation. Should your case be chosen for presentation, the NKFI will pay $1,000 toward case publication in the medical journal of your choice. This opportunity is open to nephrology professionals at all levels.
meet the experts
Dr. Shubhada Ahya
Feinberg School of Medicine
Nephrology and Internal Medicine
Shubha Ahya, MD is a Professor of Medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and a clinical nephrologist at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and Jesse Brown VA Medical Center. She received her M.D. from Boston University School of Medicine.
Dr. Ahya has volunteered to care for patients in India, Bolivia and locally, at KidneyMobile.
Dr. Roger A. Rodby
Rush Medical College
Nephrology and Internal Medicine
Roger Rodby’s is a Professor of Medicine within the Renal Division at Rush University Medical Center. As a researcher, he has focused on lupus nephritis and diabetic nephropathy through his involvement with the Collaborative Study Group, where he now serves on the Executive Committee. He is an Associate Editor for Seminars in Dialysis where he has his own section entitled Dialysis Rounds
you make the difference
The National Kidney Foundation of Illinois is able to offer professional development programming, conduct educational seminars, and support research with the help of our passionate supporters, and a remarkable team of dedicated sponsors. Please review the 2020 Sponsorship Packet or contact Heidi Merritt at email@example.com for more information on sponsorship.