Featuring: Dr. Susan Quaggin, MD, FRCP(C), FASN
Susan Quaggin, MD, and a team of scientists with expertise in stem cells, blood vessels and developmental biology are accelerating the development of bioengineered kidneys. But that’s not all. Quaggin talks about the projects and science underway that could lead to new treatments to prevent, manage and cure kidney diseases.
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This podcast was originally release via the Feinberg School of Medicine News Center in June 2019.
Dr. Susan Quaggin, MD, FRCP(C), FASN is a physician-scientist and nephrologist in Chicago, Illinois. She is currently licensed to practice medicine in Illinois and Ontario, Canada. She is the Chief of the Division of Nephrology and Hypertension at Northwestern Medicine and the Director of the Cardiovascular and Renal Research Institute. Her work bridges clinical and basic discovery with a goal to develop and implement new treatments for patients with kidney and vascular diseases. Areas of focus include glomerular diseases, thrombotic microangiopathy and diabetic kidney disease.
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