Sheila Bermejo is a clinical nephrologist who is currently working at Vall d’Hebron Hospital in Barcelona, Spain. Her expertise focuses in diabetic kidney disease, onconephrology and glomerular disease.
Snehal H. Bhatt is Professor of Pharmacy Practice at the MCPHS University, and Clinical Pharmacist at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, in Boston, MA. He teaches and practices in acute care cardiology, anticoagulation, clinical pharmacokinetics, and adult internal medicine. Dr. Bhatt is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist (BCPS) with Added Qualifications in Cardiology. His scholarly interests include inpatient anticoagulation for the prevention and treatment of thrombosis, anticoagulation reversal therapies, and the role of the pharmacists in the management of cardiovascular disease.
Clara García Carro is a clinical nephrologist currently working at Nephrology Department of Hospital Clínico San Carlos in Madrid (Spain).
As a nephrologist, and since she started her internship in Nephrology at Hospitall Vall d’Hebron, Barcelona (Spain), she has been always working in a tertiary hospital environment, being in charge of the outpatients clinic and hospitalization. She has been working in Clinical Nephrology but she also has experience as a transplant nephrologist since her career has been developed in hospitals with huge transplantation rates.
Kevin is a part-time GP Partner working at North Berwick Health Centre, near Edinburgh. Kevin is also Scottish lead of the Primary Care Diabetes Society, Content Advisor for WebMD Medscape Global & UK and a co-founder of GoggleDocs.
Ines Fonseca is a Diabetes Specialist Pharmacist at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust @MFTnhs - the largest NHS Trust in the UK. She has a special interest in diabetes emergencies, diabetes technology and CaReMe medicine.
Dr. Ilana Halperin is a full time staff physician and assistant professor in the job description of Clinician in Quality and Innovation. Dr. Halperin has a BSc from McGill University, an MD from the University of Western Ontario; she completed internal medicine and endocrinology training at the University of Toronto and an MSc in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at the Institute for Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto.
Will Herrington is a clinician scientist based at the Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford and a practising Honorary Consultant Nephrologist at Oxford Kidney Unit. He joined the Renal Studies Group as a Clinical Research Fellow and trained on landmark renal trials (SHARP, 3C and UKHARP3). In 2013, he was awarded an MD from the University of Cambridge for a thesis entitled ‘The effects of lowering LDL cholesterol on stroke in chronic kidney disease’.
Noah Ivers is a family physician at Women's College Hospital, scientist at Women’s College Research Institute, and innovation fellow at the Women's College Institute for Health System Solutions.
Ahmad Masri is the Director of the Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Center and Cardiac Amyloidosis Program at Oregon Health & Science University where he is also an Assistant Professor of Medicine. Dr. Masri obtained his medical degree from Jordan University of Science and Technology in Jordan prior to joining the Cleveland Clinic where he completed his Internal Medicine Residency training, followed by Cardiology fellowship, NIH-sponsored T32 imaging fellowship in cardiac imaging, and a post-graduate degree in Epidemiology and Statistics from the University of Pittsburgh.
Consultant Cardiologist Lecturer of Cardiology-Cairo University. Author of "Tips and Tricks in Cardiology" book. Ambassador for Africa in the Tele-Cardiology Working Group-International Society for Telemedicine &eHealth (ISfTeH).
James Novak, MD PhD FASN FNKF FACP is the Nephrology and Nephrology/Critical Care Training Program Director at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan; Professor of Clinical Medicine at Michigan State University; and Education Director for the American Society of Nephrology Kidney Self-Assessment Program (KSAP). He has received the Subspecialty Teaching Physician of the Year Award from the Internal Medicine house staff for 7 years as well as medical student teaching awards from Henry Ford Hospital and Wayne State University.
Dr. Richard Pratley serves as Samuel E. Crockett Chair in Diabetes Research, Senior Investigator and Diabetes Program Lead at the AdventHealth Translational Research Institute, and Medical Director at the AdventHealth Diabetes Institute, in Orlando, Florida. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Medicine with the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Pratley is an internationally recognized expert in diabetes and is board certified in internal medicine.
A/Prof Cathy Quinlan is a Paediatric Nephrologist, Clinician scientist, Principal Fellow and Academic Lead for Graduate Research at the Royal Children’s Hospital, the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and the University of Melbourne. She has a career focus on genetic kidney disease and a passion for the early detection of disease to prevent progression. As a health services researcher, her work centres on the interface between nephrology, genomics, educational research and implementation science.
Augusto Cesar S Santos Jr is an Adjunct Professor of Nephrology at Faculdade Ciências Médicas of Minas Gerais, and a nephrologist at the Hospital das Clínicas Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Naveed Sattar is Professor of Metabolic Medicine, University of Glasgow. He is interested in the prevention, causes and management of obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular outcomes.
Natalie Staplin is a senior statistician based at the Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford.
Brian Rifkin, MD, is a board-certified general and interventional nephrologist at the Hattiesburg Clinic in Hattiesburg, MS.
Carlo Trinidad is a clinical nephrologist and head of the Division of Nephrology as well as the Renal Care Center of the Dagupan Doctors Villaflor Memorial Hospital in Pangasinan province, the Philippines.
Dr Dilushi Wijayaratne is an early career nephrologist and a Lecturer in Clinical Medicine, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka. Dr Wijayaratne obtained her medical degree from the Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo. She trained in nephrology at the University Medical Unit, National Hospital of Sri Lanka and completed a two-year training as a senior clinical fellow in renal medicine at the Royal Free Hospital, Hampstead, UK.