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Dr. James Lash receives the Shaul G. Massry Award from the National Kidney Foundation

National Kidney Foundation Presents Educator and Investigator with Shaul G. Massry Award Dr. James Lash to be honored at 2021 Spring Clinical Meetings for dedication to kidney health Each year the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) considers the work of hundreds of specialists in the field of nephrology and selects among them those who most exemplify the relentless efforts of NKF to enhance the lives of patients through action, education, and accelerating change. Since 1996, NKF has been presenting the Shaul [...]

SAVE the DATE – Scholarly Activities Day 2021

Scholarly Activities Day is back and will be held virtually! Register in advance at: https://go.uic.edu/DOMSAday2021   More News

Service Award Ceremony January 7, 2021

Register in advance at: https://go.uic.edu/serviceawards   More News

Leadership Announcement: James P. Lash Appointed Chief of Nephrology

James P. Lash, MD We are pleased to announce the appointment of James P. Lash, MD as chief of the Division of Nephrology. Dr. Lash is a professor of medicine and interim chief of Nephrology. Dr. Lash completed his medical degree at University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, an internal medicine residency at Michael Reese Hospital, and a fellowship in Nephrology at Chicago Medical School. Dr. Lash is a valued and respected faculty member in the Department [...]

Save the Date: Ideas on Tap Research Mixer – January 23, 2020

$2.9M funds new UIC study on sleep apnea, chronic kidney disease

Dr. Ana C. Ricardo University of Illinois at Chicago researchers received $2.9 million from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases to study the outcomes of patients with sleep apnea and chronic kidney disease. Chronic kidney disease is characterized by a slow, progressive decline in kidney function. If untreated, the disease leads to end-stage renal failure, which requires dialysis or a kidney transplant. The two most common risk factors are high blood pressure and diabetes. [...]

INSTRUCTIONS: In order to add a sidebar anchor:

  1. Duplicate the existing item, listed as a 1/6 text field. (Or create a 1/6 column and add a text field, modify the class so it’s exactly “additionalAnchor”).
  2. Modify the text field inside the 1/6 column. Inside there, modify the HYPERLINK so that it would go to a corresponding section with a “#” in front of it. (Example, we have a “chief” section on the page, then it would make sense to have the hyperlink go to “#chief”)
  3. Then change the hyperlink TEXT to a appropriate label.
  4. IMPORTANT: If not done already, go into that CONTAINER that corresponds to your anchor (i.e. Meet The Chiefs), and add an ID matching the anchor’s HYPERLINK WITHOUT the “#”, i.e. “chief”.
  5. (If using side bar widget box, then there’s a saved copy of a widget box COLUMN, grab it in the column library, it should 1/6 of a length of a column.)

NOTE: Order added to the sidebar is from last to first.

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