5 Questions with Dr. Shuchi Anand on the environmental causes of an elusive kidney disease
Dr. Shuchi Anand’s research has followed the environmental aspects of a poorly understood kidney disease around the world, from dry agricultural regions in Sri Lanka back to California’s San Joaquin Valley.
White Coats for Black Lives
A recent action at Stanford provided a venue for health care workers and students to express their feelings about violence against African Americans and to voice their demands for change.
The Down-to-Earth Goals of Two Nephrology Fellows
Two current nephrology fellows share a common background through their residencies at University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital in Florida.
Taking PRIDE in Their Work
Mounting evidence indicates that sexual and gender minority (SGM) populations have less access to health care and higher burdens of certain diseases, such as depression, cancer, and HIV/AIDS. But the extent and causes of health disparities are not fully understood, and research on how to close these gaps is lacking.
Tackling a Fundamental Disease: Multiple Disciplines Take on Hypertension
A multidisciplinary clinic at Stanford is redefining what it means to live with hypertension.
When It Comes to the Kidneys, This Center Leaves No Stone Unturned
Half a million Americans go to the emergency room annually for kidney stone issues, and one in every 10 people in the United States will develop a kidney stone during his or her lifetime.