“Very diverse and comprehensive program with exposure to entire spectrum of kidney diseases along with exposure to many patient with glomerulopathy. “
“Great place to learn.”
“UIC Nephrology fellowship program is a well-balanced program where the entire faculty is very approachable and maintains the collegial environment. “
“UIC Nephrology Fellowship offers excellent exposure to different patient population and pathophysiology. Fellows are exposed to the full range of renal diseases and gain proficiency in procedures (especially renal biopsies).”
“Fellowship is a difficult road, but UIC gives you plenty of opportunity to enhance your clinical knowledge in nephrology, improve procedural skills with biopsies, interpersonal skills with patients, professionalism, and practical experience.”
“UIC provides its trainees with an excellent learning environment. The breath of pathophysiology seen here is incomparable to other centers. The faculty is committed to teaching and there are plenty of opportunities for research.”
Dr. Claudia Lora, currently the nephrology fellowship director at the University of Illinois at Chicago, has been a part of the UIC family for some time. Claudia attended medical school and completed both her internal medicine residency and nephrology fellowship here and has excelled as a member of the faculty.
Dr. Lora serves on the Department of Medicine Faculty Affairs Committee, Women’s Task Force, and the Diversity and Inclusion Task Force. Claudia also serves on the American Journal of Kidney Disease Editorial Board.
In addition to her administrative duties, Dr. Lora is an esteemed clinical educator and has been a recipient of a K23 award.
Dr. Matthew Anderson– Nephrology Associates of Northern Illinois
Dr. Ana Ricardo– University of Illinois at Chicago, Assistant Professor of Medicine
Dr. Anna Porter– University of Illinois at Chicago, Assistant Professor of Medicine