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12700 E. 19th Avenue
Campus Box C281
Aurora, Colorado 80045
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WELCOME TO THE DIVISION OF RENAL DISEASES AND HYPERTENSION


Welcome to the Division of Renal Diseases and Hypertension at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus which has had a long legacy in academic medicine. Our mission is to provide the highest levels of medical care to patients, train the next generation of academic leaders and expand on cutting-edge basic and clinical investigation in nephrology. The Renal Division at the University of Colorado continues to be one of the premier academic programs. We are proud to be recognized in the 2017 U.S. News and World Report Rankings as #11 nationally for Nephrology. Please explore our website to learn more about our state of the art clinical and educational programs and distinguished faculty members.​



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DIVISION NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS


 
  • ​The 46th Annual Course on Renal Disease & Electrolyte Disorders was a success!  The week was filled with state-of-the-art information, family fun, delicious food, and the beauty of Aspen!  Mark your calendars for next year's 47th Annual Course, July 20 - 24th.
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  • ​The Division of Renal Diseases and Hypertension is proud to announce four new fellows:
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Arian Gower
Rosalind Franklin University 
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Derian Lai
Baylor College of Medicine
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K​risten Lile
William Carey University
College of Osteopathic Medicine 
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Sandheep Venkataraman
Madras Medical College 
  







The wait is finally over!!  Congratulations to Dr. Michel Chonchol for being named Division Head of the Department of Renal Diseases and Hypertension! 
 







  • Research from Kristen Nowak links obesity to progression in early autosomal dominant at polycystic kidney disease.
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  • ​​Congratulations to Anna Jovanovich, Kristen Nowak, Katharina Hopp, John Montford, Berenice Gitomer, Mary Weiser-Evans, Makoto Miyazaki and Charles Edelstein on the recent approval of their new research grants.

  • ​​Congratulations to the Kidney Transplant Team for leading a historical chain of kidney transplants.
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