Division of Nephrology

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Fellowship Information


About Our Programs

Nephrology
Training of
Fellows in Nephrology has existed at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) for over 40 years. The first Nephrology Fellow at MCW, then Marquette University School of Medicine, trained from 1963 to 1965. Since then, over 50 fellows have trained in our program, and we currently have six fellows. Of these 50 fellows, several have moved  into leadership positions. Our program benefits from the broad and deep clinical opportunities at the two major training sites, which are Froedtert Hospital Clinics and the Zablocki VA Hospital. There is extensive experience for fellows in Nephrology, in-patient and out-patient, in dialysis, and in transplantation. We have close relationships with research groups at MCW, such as the Nephrolithiasis group and with Physiology. Research training is a full component of the Nephrology Fellowship at MCW. We are currently accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and have recently completed an external review by the ACGME. 
 

Nephrology Fellowship Program Director and Associate Program Director
Brahm Vasudev, MD
Program Director and Associate Professor of Medicine

Aaron Dall, MD
Associate Program Director, Assistant Professor of Medicine

Dawn Wolfgram, MD
Associate Program Director, Assistant Professor of Medicine

The following five physicians are the members of our Clinical Competency Committee:  Eric Cohen, MDAaron Dall, MD,Kevin Regner, MD, Dawn Wolfgram, MD, and Brahm Vasudev, MD

 

Fellowship Coordinator Information
Robin Karst – Nephrology Fellowship Program Coordinator
Department of Medicine – Educational Programs
Medical College of Wisconsin
9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53226
(414) 805-0438
rkarst@mcw.edu


Transplant Nephrology
Formal 1-year training in Transplant Nephrology was initiated in July 2004. This was formally approved both by the American Society of Nephrology and the American Society of Transplantation. This training involves exposure in clinical transplantation as an outpatient and inpatient setting and covers management of renal and pancreas transplant recipients, including understanding and management of immunosuppressive therapy, medical and surgical complications early after transplantation as well as long-term complications of renal transplant recipients. This program includes formal exposure and training in donor-recipient evaluation, renal biopsy, nephropathology, non-renal solid organ transplantation, living and cadaver kidney harvesting, blood banking, HLA laboratories as well as clinical and basic science research in transplantation. The first trainee from this fellowship is now a full time academic transplant physician at MCW.


Transplant Nephrology Fellowship Program Director
Ehab Saad, MD, FACP, FASN
Program Director and Associate Professor of Medicine


Transplant Fellowship Administrative Contact Information
Tonya Walker
Department of Medicine - Division of Nephrology 
Medical College of Wisconsin
9200 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53226
(414) 805-9077
twalker@mcw.edu


Applications
The Nephrology Fellowship Program uses the ERAS System and will participate in the National Resident Matching Program for spots available in 2015.

For the Transplant Nephrology Fellowship, please forward your CV to twalker@mcw.edu.

Benefits and Additional Application Information
Please see more information about the terms, conditions and benefits of employment. For all other questions please see the additional application information link.

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