These are some of the fellow doctors, renal centers and clinical projects we were able to fund thanks to your kind donations. Browse our successful projects to see how many doctors and renal centers ISN has already helped.
Syrian nephrologist Jude Yagan shares her experience as an ISN Fellow in Boston. “Looking back, the value of teamwork when caring for kidney transplant patients was the most important lesson I learned. The contribution of each person in the team was important for the success of each transplant.” ISN Global... Read More
ISN Fellows help kick start Sister Renal Center partnership leading to a recent successful Educational Ambassador visit to Nepal. Dhiraj Manandhar is based at the Nepal Medical College and Teaching Hospital. Mogammat Razeen Davids now works at Stellenbosch University and Tygenberg Hospital in South Africa. From opposing sides of the... Read More
Increasing transplantation opportunities in the developing world is a strong priority for the ISN SRC Program. Success in carrying out this life-saving procedure is due to the dynamism of trio and traditional partnership, and the dedication and humanitarian enthusiasm of the clinical teams involved. Paul Harden, Chair of the ISN... Read More
After his training at Yale University, Marcelo Orías developed the idea of a Sister Renal Center partnership with his home institution, the Sanatorio Allende Renal Service in Córdoba, Argentina. He believed that this was a great way to increase growth and collaboration on both sides. What has been the most successful outcome of this... Read More
Brazilian doctor gets trained in San Diego, USA, and returns home to help kidney research in Brazil.ISN Fellowships have helped some 500 Fellows from 80 emerging countries receive hands-on training in advanced host institutions. They have acquired state-of-the-art knowledge in basic and clinical nephrology, dialysis, transplantation, epidemiology and educational methods.Under the supervision of... Read More