The College of Medicine Division of Nephrology, Bone, and Mineral Metabolism encompasses faculty members who have a wide range of clinical and research interests. We provide care in all aspects of clinical nephrology, transplantation, hypertension, osteoporosis, and other metabolic bone diseases. In addition, we serve as a national and international reference laboratory for bone histomorphometric analyses.

Our nephrology fellowship program offers graduate medical education training for fellows interested in both clinical practice and academic medicine. The objective of the training is to provide fellows with a comprehensive experience in clinical nephrology to enable them at the end of the training to approach any renal problem with confidence. Moreover, opportunities exist for further training in basic and clinical research.

Several tracks are available within our fellowship, including general nephrology, integrated nephrology critical care, and nephrology with hospital medicine.