This month in BMC Nephrology, a study by Lee et al. found that the survival rates of dual kidney transplant grafts, from deceased donors… Read more »
Dr. Sumeska Thavarajah is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Su is committed to education and dedicated to bringing community awareness on kidney disease through her work with the National Kidney Foundation serving Maryland and Delaware. Su has served as the Chairman of its Medical Advisory Board for the last six years and has been a member of the board since 2012. Much of Su’s work has focused on the development of patient education programs for dialysis and transplant options. She has been honored with the National Kidney Foundation’s Linda Cameron Award for Patient Services, for donating her time at community health screenings and assisting the Programs & Advocacy committee. Dr. Thavarajah joined the BMC Nephrology editorial board in October 2019 as a Blog Editor for the journal.
Latest posts by Sumeska Thavarajah (see all)
- Performance scores and kidney discard rates: the challenging balance for transplant centers - 20th January 2020
- Could Arteriovenous Fistula Creation be Reno-Protective? - 25th November 2019
This week in BMC Nephrology, an article by Benard et al. associated the creation of arteriovenous fistulas with a reduction in the decline of glomerular… Read more »