The Sediment returns with a very special episode featuring four Barnett Award winners- Drs. Norwood, Mahan, Flynn and Warady describe both the past breakthroughs in pediatric nephrology and where they think we should concentrate our research efforts in the future. Dr. Dharnidharka talks about the man himself - Dr. Barnett! Drs. Sethna and Harshman talk about the ASPN clinical research workshop in Phase 2 that highlighted both the challenges and opportunities to get started in clinical research. Along the way, we have a lot of fun figuring out who is older, which is THE university, and of course, gorillas, dogs and parrots make an appearance as we wonder if we are actually THE American Society of Veterinary Medicine and Pediatric Nephrology!
Tonight, ASPN President Dr. Michael Somers is in the house! He gives us a clue about how to get him on twitter, and we chat with him and Dr. Joseph Flynn (Zoom bombing us with style!) about our role as pediatric nephrologists during a Pandemic. We have Dr. Vikas Dharnidharka educating us about all things onco-nephrology. We delve into specifics of what we can be doing to improve the quality of life of children with CKD with Dr. Aviva Goldberg, Dr. Sarah Swartz and Dr. Aaron Wightman. Along the way, we discover more Hockey players and think about work-life balance for parents of twins.😊
Dr. Sudha Mannemuddhu is our host today and we had a wonderful time talking about Day 4 of the ASPN Conference.
Day 3 of the Meeting really gave us all a lot to think about. More data leads to the need for even more data! We talk about adherence issues especially for adolescent transplant populations with our Symposium Chairs: Dr. Amy Bobrowski, Dr. Scott McEwan, Dr. Jun Oh and Dr. Tray Hunley. Dr. Oh joined us from Germany (1 AM for him!) as our ESPN Representative. We talk about the H. William Schnaper, MD, Memorial Lectureship, the policy changes we need and what to make of it all with our hosts Dr. Stella Shin and Dr. Rebecca Hjorten.
Our special Guest is Dr. Pat Brophy (PAS Program Chair) and he is here to tell us how to get the most out of PAS. Plus, we ask him about the Brophy Trophy, his love for cats (not really!) and Hockey! Tune in now.
Tonight, we chat with this year’s Barnett Award recipient- the wonderful Dr. John Mahan about Burnout, Resilience and....Yoga! Our critical care Symposia Chairs - Dr. Selewski and Dr. Menon join us for a lively discussion on critical care nephrology. Our CAKUT symposia Chairs Dr. Drake and Dr. Ho recap the Adrian Spitzer Lecture and Dr. Gupta moderates the discussion as we ponder over Machine Learning and yes, Dr. Selewski’s (non-existent) Twitter account!
Tonight, we set the stage for what to expect in the upcoming days at ASPN21. We chat with Dr. Pinsk about the challenges of setting up a virtual Program, Dr. Selewski tells us what he thinks is the future direction of research into kidney disease in children, Dr. Kupferman gives us insight into our social media outreach and Dr. Shin elaborates on all the great PAS lectures we should not miss.
Dr. Villegas and Dr. Garimella are your hosts for this episode. We ask our panelists to tell us a few fun facts about themselves (Hint: there will be Latin dancing in Denver!) Tune in!
In the third of three ASPN 2019 annual meeting podcasts, Ibrahim F. Shatat, MD speaks with Joseph Flynn, MD, John Mahan, MD, and Jennifer Jetton, MD. The group discusses the activities taking place during the third day of the Annual Meeting.
In the second of three ASPN 2019 annual meeting podcasts, Michelle Rheault, MD speaks with Lisa Guay-Woodford, MD, Erum Hartung, MD, and Donald Batisky, MD. The group discusses the activities taking place during the second day of the Annual Meeting.
In the first of three ASPN 2019 annual meeting podcasts, ASPN President Patrick Brophy, MD speaks with Gina-Marie Barletta, MD, Kim Reidy, MD, Jeffrey Kopp, MD, and Stella Shin, MD. The group discusses the activities taking place during the first day of the Annual Meeting.