Dorey A. Glenn, MD, MPH

Dorey A. Glenn, MD, MPH

7024 Burnett-Womack
Office: 919-445-2619


Clinical Instructor

Specialty Areas: Pediatric Nephrology

Chronology: BS: McGill University, 2003; M.Sc Biomedical Science: Technion Israel Institute of Technology, 2005; MD: Ben Gurion University of the Negev, 2005-2008; Pediatric Resident: Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, 2009-2012; Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics: Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, 8/2012-3/2014; Pediatric Nephrology Fellow: University of North Carolina, 2014-2017; MPH: University of North Carolina, 2015-2017; Clinical Instructor: University of North Carolina, 7/2017-present. 

Dr. Glenn researches the epidemiology of adverse outcomes in patients with glomerular disease. His current work includes assessing rates of skeletal fracture in UNC’s Glomerular Disease Collaborative Network cohort and analyzing infectious complications in a national cohort of patients with glomerular disease. Dr. Glenn has explored his interest in global health by assessing the perceived adequacy of the international pediatric nephrology workforce and supporting nephrology care in the Department of Pediatrics at the National University of Bhutan. He is also involved in the clinical care of children with renal disease at the University of North Carolina. 

Selected Bibliography:

Oral Poster Presentations

Glenn D, Meyers K, Primack W; Pediatric Nephrology Training: Quantum Educatus? Oral presentation at Kidney Week of the American Society of Nephrology; 2016 Nov 15-20; Chicago, IL

Glenn D, Ocequeda S, Nazareth M, Zhong Y, Weinstein A, Primack W, Cochat P, Ferris M; The Global Pediatric Nephrology Workforce: A Survey of the International Pediatric Nephrology Association, Oral presentation at the 17th Congress of the International Pediatric Nephrology Association, 2016 Sep 20-24; Iquacu, Brzail 

Journal Articles

Glenn D, Ocequeda S, Nazareth M, Zhong Y, Weinstein A, Primack W, Cochat P, Ferris M (2016) The Global Pediatric Nephrology Workforce: A Survey of the International Pediatric Nephrology Association, BMC Neph 17:83

Primack WA, Glenn D, Meyers K (2016) Pediatric Nephrology Training Worldwide 2016: Quantum educatus? Kidney International Reports 1(3): 144-147

Gibson K, Glenn D, Ferris M (2015) Back to the Future: Therapies for Idiopathic Nephrotic Syndrome, Blood Purif, 39:105-109

Glenn D, Shuck S (2014) Projected Versus Actual Vitamin D Intake in Premature Infants, e-Journal of Neonatology Research, 4:28-35 

Glenn D, Ditto B (2004) Vagal Tone Biofeedback: Respiratory and Non-Respiratory Mediated Modulations of Vagal Tone Challenged by Cold Pressor Test, McGill Journal of Medicine. Vol 7, No. 2.

Posters

Pradhan D, Glenn D; Spectrum of Acute Glomerulonephritis in a Tertiary-level Hospital in Bhutan: Formulation of a Decision-making Tool for Low-resource Settings; Poster presented at 13th Asian Congress of Pediatric Nephrology; 2017 Oct 5-7; Kuala Lumuor, Malaysia.

Glenn D, Ferris M, Gibson K, Stavas J; Heart Failure Following Renal Artery Embolization: A Case Report of a 15 year old male with Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis. Poster presented at Renal Research Institute, 2016 Jan 18-22; Miami, Fl. 

Glenn D, Ocegueda S, Zhong Y, Weinstein A, Primack W, Ferris M; Pediatric Nephrology Workforce and Training: An international perspective. Poster presented at: Kidney Week of the American Society of Nephrology; 2015 Nov 3-8; San Diego, CA.

Textbook Essay

Glenn D, Halidk J (submitted 4/2017)) Essay on low water intake and kidney health in Global Nutrition.

Online Article

Primack WA, Glenn D (2016) Nephrotic Syndrome / Glomerular and Tubular Proteinuria. In Decision Support in Medicine. 2nd Edition. (http://www.decisionsupportinmedicine.com)

Other

Glenn D, Hegde A, Hladik J, et al (2016) Nephropoly: Urine Trouble. Educational board game. Published online at www.nephropoly.com

Click here for a list of publications on PubMed.