Current Fellows

The Kidney Institute welcomes Drs. Imran Gani, Eyerusalem Bayssa, Cassandra Kimber, and Abhisekh Sinha Ray to our Nephrology clinical and research fellowship programs. Clinical fellows (Gani, Bayssa, and Sinha Ray - Class of 2016) will pursue two years of clinical training devoted to acquiring skills in the diagnosis and management of clinical problems in nephrology and kidney transplantation. Research fellows (Kimber - Class of 2017) have one year of clinical training followed by two years of research training in investigative nephrology. Dr. Kimber and her mentor, Dr. Jason Stubbs, will select a specific basic science or clinical research project tailored to her area of interest to pursue during her research years.

The Nephrology Fellowship program provides comprehensive training in clinical nephrology and in research in areas related to normal physiology and disease of the kidney. Our mission is to train outstanding clinical nephrologists and renal physician-scientists who will populate the next generation of leaders in the field of nephrology. Our nephrology fellows and alumni (with position following completion of training at KUMC) are listed below.

Class of 2017
Cassandra Kimber (Research)

Class of 2016
Kerri McGreal (Clinical rotation - 2014; Research - T32 Research Fellowship at the KUMC Kidney Institute)
Eyerusalem Bayssa (Clinical)
Imran Gani (Clinical)
Abhisekh Sinha Ray (Clinical)

Class of 2015
Hameed Ahmad (Clinical)
Nadine Aboul-Magd (Clinical)
Feras Ghosheh (Clinical)

Class of 2014
Bassam Shakil (Clinical) - Arizona Kidney Disease and Hypertension Centers, Kingman, AZ
Dina Corbin (Clinical) - South West Georgia Nephrology, Albany, GA
Munis Mattu (Clinical) - Kansas City VA Medical Center, Kansas City, MO

Last modified: Apr 13, 2015