Lauryn’s Kidney Story

April 27, 2018

At the age of 4, Lauryn Mulder was diagnosed with a rare kidney disease known as IgA vasculitis. In the years that followed, she required a variety of medications, frequent blood work and regular clinic visits with her pediatric nephrologists at the … Continued

Meet the Nephrology Trainees: Kiri Bagley, MD, MPH

March 2, 2018

Dr. Kiri Bagley is a first year fellow in pediatric nephrology. Kiri Bagley, MD, MPH Education MD/MPH: University of North Carolina School of Medicine, 2009-2014 Pediatric Residency: University of North Carolina, 2014-2017 Hometown Sunbury, NC Hobbies and Interests I enjoy spending … Continued

Meet the Nephrology Research Trainees: Shakia Hardy, MPH, CPH

December 7, 2016

The UNC Kidney Center training program provides research training opportunities for epidemiological, clinical, basic and translational research in kidney disease. The current research trainees at the Kidney Center are Magdalene Assimon, PharmD, Shakia Hardy, MPH, CPH, Britta Jones, PhD, and … Continued

Meet the 2016 Incoming Nephrology Trainees

September 30, 2016

The UNC Kidney Center welcomes new trainees who recently began their nephrology training. Over the next few weeks, we will highlight each trainee; featured here is Dr. Roshni Radhakrishna. Roshni Radhakrishna, MD Education MD: Government Medical College, Trivandrum in Kerala, … Continued

Lindsay’s Gift

September 7, 2016

An article published on the Higher Education Works Foundation highlights the kidney transplant story of UNC patient Kevin Howell and donor Lindsay Recchie. Howell, who is the Senior Vice President of External Affairs for the UNC system, is a patient … Continued

Graduating Fellows Embark on their Careers as Nephrologists

July 19, 2016

UNC Kidney Center Nephrology fellows recently celebrated the completion of their subspecialty training. Graduates include Shannon Mahoney, MD, Liz Upton, MD, Monica Reynolds, MD, Dorey Glenn, MD, and Youngho Kim, MD. Here, the graduating fellows share where they’re heading next. … Continued