Renal disorders

Renal disorders

 

Theme leader: Joost Hoenderop
The present and future care of patients with renal and renal-related disorders can be highly improved. To achieve this we aim:

  • to increase knowledge on the molecular and immunological basis of rare glomerular and tubular disorders;
  • to develop biomarkers for optimal prediction of prognosis;
  • to apply strategies for the prevention and improvement of renal replacement therapy.

 

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Nov 24 - Nov 24
Renal Disorders Theme lunch meeting Organizing department: Physiology
Nov 23 - Nov 23
Radboud Research Rounds Plus: Prof. Guy ThwaitesImproving outcomes from severe infectious diseases: where’s the evidence?
Nov 9 - Nov 9

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