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Research opportunities

KU Medical Center is a leader in research and innovation. As a fellow, there are many opportunities available to participate in and conduct research for nephrology and hypertension.

The University of Kansas Medical Center is a recognized research leader with a strong tradition of commitment to training the physicians, nurses, health care professionals and researchers of tomorrow. Research and other scholarly activity are integral parts of the Nephrology Fellowship Program.

  • For fellows on a two-year clinical track, time is available to pursue one or more research projects of limited scope during the lighter rotations.
  • For fellows on the research track, their training program incorporates two to three years dedicated to full-time laboratory or clinical research.
  • The major areas of research strength are: polycystic kidney disease, glomerular development and disease, mineral metabolism, transport physiology, and kidney diseases outcomes research. For details of our active research programs, please see the Kidney Institute website.
Internal Medicine

University of Kansas Medical Center
Internal Medicine
Nephrology & Hypertension Division
Mailstop 1022
3901 Rainbow Boulevard
Kansas City, KS 66160
General Questions: 913-588-6048
Fellowship: 913-588-0486