IPNA past workshops

2017 Epidemiology Workshop (24-26 May)

 May 24
 S1 – Population based long term cohort studies: What they tell us about kidney health
– Childhood overweight and the risk of adult CKD – Dorothea Nitsch, London
– Fetal and infant growth patterns and kidney function at school age – Johanna Bakker, Rotterdam
– The long-term renal risk of prematurity: Epidemiology, mechanisms and risk detection – Jennifer R. Charlton, Charlottesville

 S2 – Registries and Cohort studies for Chronic Kidney Disease
– The Cardiovacular Comorbidity in Children with Chronic Kidney Disease (4C) Study – Uwe Querfeld, Belin
– The Chronic Kidney Disease in Children (CKiD) Study – Sur Furth, Philadelphia
– iNET-CKD: A global network of CKD cohort studies – Kai Uwe Eckhardt, Berlin

 S3 – Registries and Cohort Studies for Renal Replacement Therapy in Children
– The NAPRTCS Consortium – Bradley Warady, Kansas City
– The ESPN/ERA-EDTA Registry – Jaap Groothoff, Amsterdam
– The SCOPE Network – Alicia Neu, Baltimore
– The International Pediatric Dialysis Network – Franz Schaefer, Heidelberg
– The IPNA RRT Registry – Sophie Ploos van Amstel, Amsterdam

May 25
S4 – Registries and Cohort studies for Rare Kidney Diseases

– Polycystic Kidney Disease Registries – Max Liebau, Cologne 
– The global aHUS Registry – Christoph Licht, Toronto
– The OxalEurope Project – Sander Garrelfs, Amsterdam
– The Alport Syndrome Registry – Jie Ding, Beijing

 S5 – Registries and Cohort studies for Nephrotic Syndrome
– The Neptune Project – Matthias Kretzler, Ann Arbor
– The ChildNeph Project – Susan Samuel, Calgary
– The PodoNet Registry Project – Agnes Trautmann, Heidelberg
– The Nephrovir Study – Georges Deschenes, Paris

 Keynote Lecture – Retional approaches towards evidence based medicine in pediatric nephrology
Jonathan Craig, Sydney

 S8 – Role of genetics in clinical and epidemiological research
– Potential and limitations of GWAS in renal research – Craig Wong, Albuquerque
– Findings of the H3Africa Consortium – Rulan Parekh, Toronto
– Genetic diagnoses in pediatric kidney diseases: Do they matter in clinical trials? – Matt Sampson, Ann Arbor

 S10 – Epidemiological and clinical research in the digital age
– Standardized Outcomes in Nephrology: The SONG-Kids project – Allison Tong, Sydney
– Mobile healthcare applications for renal patients – Beth Foster, Montreal
– Electronic health records: Potential and limitations – Debbie Gipson, Ann Arbor
– Remote dialysis: Breakthrough for telemedicine in nephrology? – Claus P. Schmitt, Heidelberg


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