Spotlight on Baylor Nephrology Faculty
This video features short 2-3 minute video with four outstanding Baylor Nephrology faculty. Find out what makes the Baylor Nephrology Fellowship an incredible place to train!
Spotlight on Baylor Nephrology Fellows
Listen to several of our Nephrology fellows discuss their experiences in our training program. Do they feel ready to graduate? What do they think makes Baylor a special place? What is a typical day for a Nephrology fellow? How does the Night Float program impact the workday?
Baylor Nephrology Scholarly Pathways
At Baylor, our fellows have the opportunity to engage in a Scholarly Pathway to further their knowledge during training. These four pathways are lead by Baylor faculty who are world-renowned experts in their field: Dr. Raghavan (Clinician Educator), Dr. Erickson (Nephrology Health Policy), Dr. Anumudu (Business), and Dr. Saridey (Transition Care).
Seminars in Evidence Based Nephrology
Dr. Carl Walther discusses how he has designed and runs our weekly journal club conference. This is a safe learning space to learn the methodology behind the latest and landmark manuscripts in Nephrology. Seminars are now led by Dr. Parker Gregg.
Kidney Transplantation at the Houston VA
Dr. Ramanathan is the Director of Solid Organ Transplant. He is a Nephrologist and has worked in the Section of Nephrology since 2003. He describes the transplant program and how it impacts the training for our Nephrology fellows.
Spotlight on Baylor Nephrology Alums
This video includes 2-4 minute interviews with FIVE alumni of our program: Drs. Imran (2013), Abudayyeh (2011), Gilbert (2010), Zwecker (2016), and Mitchell (2018). Two are academic faculty, and three are in private practice. Listen to what our proud alumni say about their training at Baylor.