ABOUT ASN 2019

About ASN Kidney Week 2019

The Congress will be between 05 Nov and 10 Nov 2019.The venue of the Congress will be Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C. which is one of the amazing area for such an important event.

It will be a trend-setting Congress, important as one of the most inventive meetings within the Medical, Health, Education, Diseases, Nephrology and Kidney aspects. ASN Kidney Week 2019 is an annual Congress. Come join 20000 of your colleagues for an educational experience that will enhance your professional development, improve your work, build your reputation, and shape the future of your field. The association of the ASN Kidney Week 2019 is American Society of Nephrology.

Vision : To prevent, treat, and cure kidney diseases.

Mission: ASN leads the fight to prevent, treat, and cure kidney diseases throughout the world by educating health professionals and scientists, advancing research and innovation, communicating new knowledge, and advocating for the highest quality care for patients.

Goals: To accomplish this vision and mission, ASN will:

Lead the kidney community by focusing on education, communications, policy, and collaboration

Educate health professionals and scientists by creating innovative tools and platforms, expanding to new settings, and increasing audiences.

Communicate new knowledge effectively, rapidly, and extensively.

Advocate for policies that promote the highest quality patient care, increased funding for research, and a commitment to medical education.

Collaborate with patient, health and science professional, and other organizations to advance mutually shared goals, including greater awareness of kidney diseases.

Transform kidney research through discovery and innovation to prevent, treat, and cure kidney diseases

Galvanize the kidney community to advance research that enhances the lives of patients.

Include patients, families, and caregivers as stakeholders in the design and implementation of kidney research.

Engage new partners and facilitate collaboration among health professionals, scientists, and other stakeholders.

Leverage breakthroughs to increase awareness of kidney diseases and to promote interest in careers in nephrology.

Ensure the continued success of the Kidney Health Initiative and the ASN Foundation for Kidney Research.

Encourage every kidney health professional in the world to contribute to, and benefit from, ASN

Expand membership to include the inter professional kidney health care team, including physicians, scientists, doctors of pharmacy, pharmacists, advanced practice providers, nurses, dieticians, and social workers.

Extend the society's voting privilege(s) to every ASN member.

Promote diversity and inclusiveness within ASN to enrich the nephrology profession and kidney community as well as the lives of people with kidney diseases.

Foster career development for current and future kidney health professionals

Continue to strengthen the pipeline of health professionals, scientists, and educators in nephrology.

Develop resources for career development for each ASN member at every stage in professional life.

Empower ASN members to become leaders in health care practice, research, and education as well as administration and management.

Assert the value of nephrology to health and science professionals, health care systems, and other stakeholders to ensure high-quality care for patients

Define the scope of nephrology practice and articulate a vision for nephrology in the future.

Facilitate improvements in patient care, research, and education by using all available data sources to produce recurring reports about the state of nephrology.

Highlight the specialty of nephrology as a leader in health care delivery and quality improvement.

  • 20000 Attendees

  • 1850 Exhibitors

  • 135 Countries

Preliminary Program Schedule

05-Nov- 10-Nov-2019 @ 8:00 AM-7:30 PM

8:00 AM-7:30 PM

05-Nov- 10-Nov-2019

    Preliminary Program

    Join more than 20,000 kidney professionals from across the globe at Kidney Week 2019 in Washington, DC. As the world’s largest and most dynamic meeting of kidney professionals, participants share their work, learn about the latest advances in the field, develop new collaborations, and listen to provocative exchanges between leading experts. Join your colleagues, and be a part of this tremendous progress in the practice of nephrology.

     

    Who Should Attend?

    / Physicians / Researchers / Nurses and Nurse Practitioners / Pharmacists / Physician Assistants / Medical and Other Trainees—including medical students, residents, graduate students, post-docs, and fellows / Other Healthcare Professionals

    For more than five decades, ASN Kidney Week is a major forum for the dissemination of advances in basic, clinical, and translational research as well as clinical practice and patient care.

    Some of the most dynamic and exciting work in our field centers around the vast potential of recent breakthroughs in basic science, clinical trials, and epidemiology, which will be highlighted at this year’s meeting. Be a part of this exclusive opportunity to connect with peers and thought leaders from inside and outside the specialty

     

    Pathways/Concurrent: Learning pathways help you easily navigate the meeting based on your interests. Over 150 concurrent sessions provide a complete education for attendees. You’ll be able to choose from a broad range of topics, so you can customize the learning you need. • Acute Kidney Injury • Bone and Mineral Metabolism • Cell and Transport Physiology • Chronic Kidney Disease • Development and Pediatrics • Diabetes and Metabolism • Dialysis • Genetic Diseases of the Kidneys • Geriatric Nephrology • Glomerular Diseases • Hypertension and CVD • Pathology • Transplantation and Immunology

    CME Credits—Annual Meeting The American Society of Nephrology (ASN) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. The American Academy of Physician Assistants accepts certificates of participation for educational activities certified for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ from organizations accredited by ACCME or a recognized state medical society.

    CNE and CPE Credits—Annual Meeting: In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by the University of Minnesota, Interprofessional Continuing Education and the American Society of Nephrology. University of Minnesota, Interprofessional Continuing Education is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

Plenary Sessions Schedule

05-Nov- 10-Nov-2019 @ 8:00 AM-7:00 PM

8:00 AM-7:00 PM

05-Nov- 10-Nov-2019

    Plenary Sessions: Learn from these state-of-the-art lectures, and hear from pioneers who inspire and challenge us each day.

    Thursday, November 7: Jennifer A. Doudna, PhD, University of California, Berkeley Rewriting the Code of Life: The Future of Genome Editing

    Friday, November 8: Michael W. Young, PhD, The Rockefeller University Genes Controlling Sleep and Circadian Rhythms Saturday, November 9: Dean L. Kamen, DEKA Research & Development Corporation Bruce Culleton, MD, CVS Health Perspectives on Innovation and Transformation in Kidney Care

    Sunday, November 10: Danielle Ofri, MD, PhD, New York University; Author What Patients Say; What Doctors Hear

     

    Endowed/Special Lectureships : Christopher R. Blagg Lectureship in Renal Disease and Public Policy – Adam Boehler (invited), The Future of Value-Based Care and Nephrology

    Barry M. Brenner Endowed Lectureship – Michael Mauer, MD, Diabetic Kidney Disease: Structural-Functional Relationships and the Possibilities of Cure

    Jack W. Coburn Endowed Lectureship – Sharon M. Moe, MD, FASN, FGF23 and Risks of Cardiovascular and Noncardiovascular Diseases

    Celeste Castillo Lee Memorial Lectureship – Derek Leonard Forfang, Person-Centered Dialysis Care: A Patient’s Perspective NEW! Burton D. Rose Endowed Lectureship – Bertram L. Kasiske, MD, Educating Patients and Practitioners About the Benefits of Transplantation

    Robert W. Schrier Endowed Lectureship – Ali G. Gharavi, MD, Diagnostic Exome Sequencing in CKD

    Michelle P. Winn Endowed Lectureship – Rasheed A. Gbadegesin, MD, MBBS, FASN, Genome-Wide Association Study (GWAS)-Derived Targets for Glomerular Diseases

Other Activities Schedule

05-Nov- 10-Nov-2019 @ 8:00 AM-7:30 PM

8:00 AM-7:30 PM

05-Nov- 10-Nov-2019

    Other Activities

    Abstracts and Posters: View thousands of abstracts and posters on numerous topics representing a variety of perspectives on kidney diseases, including basic, clinical, and translational science as well as epidemiology and public health research.

    High-Impact Clinical Trials Session: This high-profile session features clinical trials in nephrology that will inform future patient care. Please note new date and time of Friday, November 8, 2:00–4:00 p.m.

    Scientific Exposition: A vital part of the Kidney Week educational experience is found on the scientific exposition floor. This unparalleled venue provides demonstrations of products and services that will enhance your understanding of the latest advancements in pharmaceuticals, devices, imaging, and services important to maintaining a state-of-the-art lab and providing high-quality patient care.

    Welcome Reception:  Attend the Welcome Reception in the exhibit hall at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 7, for all Kidney Week participants. This celebratory event will provide participants with an additional time to meet other attendees, engage with exhibitors, and explore the exhibit hall.

    FIT Bowl: Visit the Exhibit Hall to watch the 2019 Fellows in Training (FIT) Bowl. Every year since 2012, ASN has hosted this event at Kidney Week to inspire fellows to compete and learn nephrology in a fun and competitive way. This year’s competition is a two-day, single elimination tournament.

    Communities Lounge: Enhance your Kidney Week experience by visiting the Communities Lounge. Connect with those working in your area of study or working in areas you want to know more about. The lounge is located in the exhibit hall and features: • ASN Community Leaders • Central Connectivity Bar • Meeting Quads • Relaxation Zone • Winners Circle – Hear from past winners of the ASN Innovations in Kidney Education Contest

    Career Fair: The ASN Career Fair offers an excellent opportunity to meet face-to-face with representatives of top employers in the nephrology field—all in one place.

    Exhibitor Spotlights: Two theaters in the exhibit hall spotlight industry’s latest advances in nephrology practices, products, services, and technologies during 60-minute presentations (no continuing education credits). Seating is first-come, first-served and limited to 75 participants.

    Kidney Week On-Demand: This online program contains approximately 200 hours of Annual Meeting presentations and is included with your registration at no additional cost. View presenters’ slides while listening to fully-synchronized audio from your computer, tablet, or smartphone. CME/CNE/CPE credits will not be awarded for these materials.

Meeting Overview Schedule

Two Days (November 5–6) @ 8:00 AM-7:30 PM

8:00 AM-7:30 PM

Two Days (November 5–6)

    Kidney Week 2019: Meeting Overview

    ASN Kidney Week 2019 registration, scientific exposition, plenary sessions, educational sessions, poster sessions, Welcome Reception, and Early Programs will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. Industry-supported educational symposia will be held at the Marriott Marquis Washington, DC and non-ASN sponsored Ancillary Meetings will be held at nearby hotels.

     

    Kidney Week is comprised of:

    10 Early Programs: Tuesday, November 5 and Wednesday, November 6. Each is a one- or two-day program that addresses a specific topic in nephrology and requires separate registration.

    Annual Meeting: Thursday, November 7 through Sunday, November 10. By registering for the Annual Meeting, participants receive full access to the scientific exposition, plenary sessions, educational sessions, poster sessions, industry-supported educational symposia, and welcome reception.

     

    Early Programs: ASN Early Programs take place November 5-6, two days prior to the Annual Meeting. These programs offer you the best opportunity to make the most of your time in Washington, DC especially if you’re traveling a long distance.

    Two Days (November 5–6):

    • Acid-Base, Fluid, and Electrolyte Balance Disorders: Challenging Issues for Clinicians – Kianoush Kashani, MD, MS, FASN, Biff F. Palmer, MD, FASN

    • Advances in Research Conference: Machine Learning and Kidney Diseases – Matthias Kretzler, MD, Olga Troyanskaya, PhD, Francis Perry Wilson, MD

    • Critical Care Nephrology: 2019 Update – Michael Heung, MD, MS, FASN, Ashita J. Tolwani, MD, MS

    • Diabetic Kidney Disease: Translating Pathogenic Mechanisms into Therapies – Ariela Benigni, PhD, Katherine R. Tuttle, MD, FASN

    • Fundamentals of Renal Pathology – Anthony Chang, MD, FASN, Lynn D. Cornell, MD, Mark Haas, MD, PhD

    • Glomerular Diseases Update 2019 – Keisha L. Gibson, MD, MPH, FASN, J. Ashley Jefferson, MD, FASN

    • Kidney Transplantation – Michelle A. Josephson, MD, FASN, Fuad S. Shihab, MD, FASN

    • Maintenance Dialysis – Peter G. Blake, MBChB, Jennifer E. Flythe, MD, MPH, FASN

    One Day (November 6):

    • Evolving Concepts in Hypertension: Mechanisms, Management, and Future Directions – Chirag R. Parikh, MD, PhD, FASN, Mahboob Rahman, MBBS, MD

    • Onco-Nephrology: Cancer, Chemotherapy, and the Kidneys – Edgar A. Jaimes, MD, Kenar D. Jhaveri, MD, FASN

November 07 Schedule

Thursday, November 07, 2019 @ 8:00 AM-7:30 PM

8:00 AM-7:30 PM

Thursday, November 07, 2019

    **Program is subject to change**

    08:00 AM - 09:30 AM

    Special Sessions

     

    Opening Plenary: Opening Plenary Session: President's Address, President's Medal, State-of-the-Art Lecture

    Location: Hall D, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

     

    10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

    Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

    Computational Image Analysis: Shaping the Future of Nephropathology

    Location: 201, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Glomerular and Tubular Origins of Albuminuria

    Location: 146 C, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Innovations of Dialysis Delivery

    Location: 146 A/B, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Modeling Human Kidney Development Using Organoids

    Location: 207, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

     

    02:00 PM - 04:00 PM

    Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

    AKI Repair, Nonrecovery, and Transition to CKD

    Location: Ballroom B, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Fibroblast Growth Factor 23 and Outcomes: New Answers, New Questions, Including the Jack W. Coburn, MD, Endowed Lectureship

    Location: 145, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Glomerular Biomarkers: Beyond Urine Proteins

    Location: Ballroom A, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Linking Genotype to Phenotype in the Age of Big Data

    Location: 147, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Mitochondrial Dynamics and Dysfunction in Metabolic Disease

     Location: 206, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

     New Biology of Intercalated Cells: Beyond Basic Acid Handling

     Location: 146 C, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Update on Clinical Trials in Transplantation Tolerance

    Location: 151, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

     

    04:30 PM - 06:30 PM

    Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

     

    "Mighty" Chondrion: More than the Powerhouse of the Cell

    Location: Ballroom B, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Autosomal Dominant Tubulointerstitial Kidney Disease

    Location: 147, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

     

    06:30 PM - 07:30 PM

    Special Events

     Welcome Reception

    Location: Exhibit Hall, Walter E. Washington Convention Center |

November 08 Schedule

Friday, November 08, 2019 @ 8:00 AM-6:30 PM

8:00 AM-6:30 PM

Friday, November 08, 2019

    **Program is subject to change**

    08:00 AM - 09:30 AM

    Special Sessions

     

    Plenary: ASN Foundation for Kidney Research Presentation, Kidney Health Initiative, John P. Peters Award Presentation, Donald W. Seldin Young Investigator Award Presentation and Address, State-of-the-Art Lecture

    Location: Hall D, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

     

    10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

    Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

    Advances in Evidence-Based Care for Pediatric Renal Disease

    Location: 152, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Functional Proteomics: Unraveling Molecular Machines to Protein Networks in Metabolic Disease

    Location: 206, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    New Insights into Vascular Calcification in Kidney Diseases

    Location: 145, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

     

    02:00 PM - 04:00 PM

    Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

    Best of ASN Journals: CJASN and JASN

    Location: Ballroom B, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Bringing It All Together: Integrative Biology for Glomerular Disease

    Location: 206, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Developmental Origins of Hypertension

    Location: 202, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Embedded Pragmatic Clinical Trials: Accelerating Evidence Generation in Nephrology

    Location: Salon A/B, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Hope on the Horizon: Novel Therapeutics for Glomerular Disease, Including the Michelle P. Winn, MD, Endowed Lectureship

    Location: Ballroom A, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Kidney Diseases in Africa: Insight from the H3-Africa Kidney Disease Research Network

    Location: 147, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    New Participants in AKI: Cellular Components, Signaling, and More

    Location: 207, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    New Regulatory Concepts for the Calcium-Sensing Receptor

    Location: 145, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Novel Regulators of Renal Tubular Transport

    Location: 146 C, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Progress and Controversies in PKD

    Location: 143, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    To Grow a Kidney

    Location: 152, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

     

    04:30 PM - 06:30 PM

    Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

    Cellular Metabolism in Kidney and Urologic Diseases

    Location: 146 C, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

November 09 Schedule

Saturday, November 09, 2019 @ 8:00 AM-6:30 PM

8:00 AM-6:30 PM

Saturday, November 09, 2019

    **Program is subject to change**

    08:00 AM - 09:30 AM

    Special Sessions

     

    Plenary: NephSAP Recognition, KSAP Recognition, Robert G. Narins Award Presentation, State-of-the-Art Lecture

    Location: Hall D, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

     

    10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

    Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

    Kidney, Bone, and Vasculature: Is the Gut a New Piece of the Puzzle?

    Location: 145, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Nanoparticles in Transplantation

    Location: 151, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

     

    02:00 PM - 04:00 PM

    Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

    A Closer Look at Claudins and Their Role in Mineral Disturbances

    Location: 145, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Adapt or Perish: Renal Metabolism in AKI and CKD

    Location: 207, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Advances in Renal Ion Channel Physiology

    Location: 146 C, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Cell Fate Choices in Kidney Development

    Location: 152, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Clinical Research in Nephrology: Trials, Trends, and Tools

    Location: 140, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Cytoprotection: New Guardians of the Kidneys Coming to the Fore

    Location: Ballroom B, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Extracellular Vesicles as Novel Biomarkers and Bioactivators in Hypertension and Kidney Diseases

    Location: 206, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Global Challenges of CKD

    Location: 143, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Location, Location, Location: Geographic Variation in Kidney Transplantation

    Location: 151, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Metabolic Reprogramming in Polycystic Kidney Disease

    Location: 147, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Metabolomics and Uremic Toxins: What Do They Mean for Kidney Diseases?

    Location: 144, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Nutrient Metabolism in Diabetic Complications

    Location: 201, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    The Right Tools for the Job: Model Systems for Glomerular Disease

    Location: Salon C, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

     

    04:30 PM - 06:30 PM

    Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

    CircRNA, lncRNA, eRNA, and miRNA: New Functions of Noncoding RNAs

    Location: 147, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Genes, Epigenetics, and Tubule Transport

    Location: 146 C, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Remote Organ Effects in AKI

    Location: Ballroom B, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

November 10 Schedule

Sunday, November 10, 2019 @ 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Sunday, November 10, 2019

    **Program is subject to change**

    08:00 AM - 09:30 AM

    Special Sessions

     

    Plenary: Belding H. Scribner Award Presentation, Homer W. Smith Award Presentation and Address, State-of-the-Art Lecture

    Location: Hall D, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

     

    10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

    Beating the Law of Averages: Predicting Diabetic Kidney Disease Outcomes Through Integrative Biology

    Location: 145, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Leveraging T Cells and Macrophages in Glomerular Diseases

    Location: 146 A/B, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Vascularization and Innervation of the Kidneys

    Location: 152, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

     

    Clinical Practice Sessions

    Hypertension Challenges: Now that BP Targets Are Lower, How Do We Get There?

    Location: 147, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Optimizing Medication Prescribing in Dialysis

    Location: 143, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

    Update on Acute Dialytic Modalities in Nephrology: What Are the Data?

    Location: 151, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

     

    Oral Abstract Sessions

    TEST - Oral Abstract Session

    Location: TBD 1, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

     

    Translational Sessions

    APOL1: The Dawning of the Era of Treatment

    Location: 150, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Preliminary Program Schedule05-Nov- 10-Nov-2019 @ 8:00 AM

Preliminary Program

Join more than 20,000 kidney professionals from across the globe at Kidney Week 2019 in Washington, DC. As the world’s largest and most dynamic meeting of kidney professionals, participants share their work, learn about the latest advances in the field, develop new collaborations, and listen to provocative exchanges between leading experts. Join your colleagues, and be a part of this tremendous progress in the practice of nephrology.

 

Who Should Attend?

/ Physicians / Researchers / Nurses and Nurse Practitioners / Pharmacists / Physician Assistants / Medical and Other Trainees—including medical students, residents, graduate students, post-docs, and fellows / Other Healthcare Professionals

For more than five decades, ASN Kidney Week is a major forum for the dissemination of advances in basic, clinical, and translational research as well as clinical practice and patient care.

Some of the most dynamic and exciting work in our field centers around the vast potential of recent breakthroughs in basic science, clinical trials, and epidemiology, which will be highlighted at this year’s meeting. Be a part of this exclusive opportunity to connect with peers and thought leaders from inside and outside the specialty

 

Pathways/Concurrent: Learning pathways help you easily navigate the meeting based on your interests. Over 150 concurrent sessions provide a complete education for attendees. You’ll be able to choose from a broad range of topics, so you can customize the learning you need. • Acute Kidney Injury • Bone and Mineral Metabolism • Cell and Transport Physiology • Chronic Kidney Disease • Development and Pediatrics • Diabetes and Metabolism • Dialysis • Genetic Diseases of the Kidneys • Geriatric Nephrology • Glomerular Diseases • Hypertension and CVD • Pathology • Transplantation and Immunology

CME Credits—Annual Meeting The American Society of Nephrology (ASN) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. The American Academy of Physician Assistants accepts certificates of participation for educational activities certified for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ from organizations accredited by ACCME or a recognized state medical society.

CNE and CPE Credits—Annual Meeting: In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by the University of Minnesota, Interprofessional Continuing Education and the American Society of Nephrology. University of Minnesota, Interprofessional Continuing Education is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

Plenary Sessions Schedule05-Nov- 10-Nov-2019 @ 8:00 AM

Plenary Sessions: Learn from these state-of-the-art lectures, and hear from pioneers who inspire and challenge us each day.

Thursday, November 7: Jennifer A. Doudna, PhD, University of California, Berkeley Rewriting the Code of Life: The Future of Genome Editing

Friday, November 8: Michael W. Young, PhD, The Rockefeller University Genes Controlling Sleep and Circadian Rhythms Saturday, November 9: Dean L. Kamen, DEKA Research & Development Corporation Bruce Culleton, MD, CVS Health Perspectives on Innovation and Transformation in Kidney Care

Sunday, November 10: Danielle Ofri, MD, PhD, New York University; Author What Patients Say; What Doctors Hear

 

Endowed/Special Lectureships : Christopher R. Blagg Lectureship in Renal Disease and Public Policy – Adam Boehler (invited), The Future of Value-Based Care and Nephrology

Barry M. Brenner Endowed Lectureship – Michael Mauer, MD, Diabetic Kidney Disease: Structural-Functional Relationships and the Possibilities of Cure

Jack W. Coburn Endowed Lectureship – Sharon M. Moe, MD, FASN, FGF23 and Risks of Cardiovascular and Noncardiovascular Diseases

Celeste Castillo Lee Memorial Lectureship – Derek Leonard Forfang, Person-Centered Dialysis Care: A Patient’s Perspective NEW! Burton D. Rose Endowed Lectureship – Bertram L. Kasiske, MD, Educating Patients and Practitioners About the Benefits of Transplantation

Robert W. Schrier Endowed Lectureship – Ali G. Gharavi, MD, Diagnostic Exome Sequencing in CKD

Michelle P. Winn Endowed Lectureship – Rasheed A. Gbadegesin, MD, MBBS, FASN, Genome-Wide Association Study (GWAS)-Derived Targets for Glomerular Diseases

Other Activities Schedule05-Nov- 10-Nov-2019 @ 8:00 AM

Other Activities

Abstracts and Posters: View thousands of abstracts and posters on numerous topics representing a variety of perspectives on kidney diseases, including basic, clinical, and translational science as well as epidemiology and public health research.

High-Impact Clinical Trials Session: This high-profile session features clinical trials in nephrology that will inform future patient care. Please note new date and time of Friday, November 8, 2:00–4:00 p.m.

Scientific Exposition: A vital part of the Kidney Week educational experience is found on the scientific exposition floor. This unparalleled venue provides demonstrations of products and services that will enhance your understanding of the latest advancements in pharmaceuticals, devices, imaging, and services important to maintaining a state-of-the-art lab and providing high-quality patient care.

Welcome Reception:  Attend the Welcome Reception in the exhibit hall at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 7, for all Kidney Week participants. This celebratory event will provide participants with an additional time to meet other attendees, engage with exhibitors, and explore the exhibit hall.

FIT Bowl: Visit the Exhibit Hall to watch the 2019 Fellows in Training (FIT) Bowl. Every year since 2012, ASN has hosted this event at Kidney Week to inspire fellows to compete and learn nephrology in a fun and competitive way. This year’s competition is a two-day, single elimination tournament.

Communities Lounge: Enhance your Kidney Week experience by visiting the Communities Lounge. Connect with those working in your area of study or working in areas you want to know more about. The lounge is located in the exhibit hall and features: • ASN Community Leaders • Central Connectivity Bar • Meeting Quads • Relaxation Zone • Winners Circle – Hear from past winners of the ASN Innovations in Kidney Education Contest

Career Fair: The ASN Career Fair offers an excellent opportunity to meet face-to-face with representatives of top employers in the nephrology field—all in one place.

Exhibitor Spotlights: Two theaters in the exhibit hall spotlight industry’s latest advances in nephrology practices, products, services, and technologies during 60-minute presentations (no continuing education credits). Seating is first-come, first-served and limited to 75 participants.

Kidney Week On-Demand: This online program contains approximately 200 hours of Annual Meeting presentations and is included with your registration at no additional cost. View presenters’ slides while listening to fully-synchronized audio from your computer, tablet, or smartphone. CME/CNE/CPE credits will not be awarded for these materials.

Meeting Overview ScheduleTwo Days (November 5–6) @ 8:00 AM

Kidney Week 2019: Meeting Overview

ASN Kidney Week 2019 registration, scientific exposition, plenary sessions, educational sessions, poster sessions, Welcome Reception, and Early Programs will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. Industry-supported educational symposia will be held at the Marriott Marquis Washington, DC and non-ASN sponsored Ancillary Meetings will be held at nearby hotels.

 

Kidney Week is comprised of:

10 Early Programs: Tuesday, November 5 and Wednesday, November 6. Each is a one- or two-day program that addresses a specific topic in nephrology and requires separate registration.

Annual Meeting: Thursday, November 7 through Sunday, November 10. By registering for the Annual Meeting, participants receive full access to the scientific exposition, plenary sessions, educational sessions, poster sessions, industry-supported educational symposia, and welcome reception.

 

Early Programs: ASN Early Programs take place November 5-6, two days prior to the Annual Meeting. These programs offer you the best opportunity to make the most of your time in Washington, DC especially if you’re traveling a long distance.

Two Days (November 5–6):

• Acid-Base, Fluid, and Electrolyte Balance Disorders: Challenging Issues for Clinicians – Kianoush Kashani, MD, MS, FASN, Biff F. Palmer, MD, FASN

• Advances in Research Conference: Machine Learning and Kidney Diseases – Matthias Kretzler, MD, Olga Troyanskaya, PhD, Francis Perry Wilson, MD

• Critical Care Nephrology: 2019 Update – Michael Heung, MD, MS, FASN, Ashita J. Tolwani, MD, MS

• Diabetic Kidney Disease: Translating Pathogenic Mechanisms into Therapies – Ariela Benigni, PhD, Katherine R. Tuttle, MD, FASN

• Fundamentals of Renal Pathology – Anthony Chang, MD, FASN, Lynn D. Cornell, MD, Mark Haas, MD, PhD

• Glomerular Diseases Update 2019 – Keisha L. Gibson, MD, MPH, FASN, J. Ashley Jefferson, MD, FASN

• Kidney Transplantation – Michelle A. Josephson, MD, FASN, Fuad S. Shihab, MD, FASN

• Maintenance Dialysis – Peter G. Blake, MBChB, Jennifer E. Flythe, MD, MPH, FASN

One Day (November 6):

• Evolving Concepts in Hypertension: Mechanisms, Management, and Future Directions – Chirag R. Parikh, MD, PhD, FASN, Mahboob Rahman, MBBS, MD

• Onco-Nephrology: Cancer, Chemotherapy, and the Kidneys – Edgar A. Jaimes, MD, Kenar D. Jhaveri, MD, FASN

November 07 ScheduleThursday, November 07, 2019 @ 8:00 AM

**Program is subject to change**

08:00 AM - 09:30 AM

Special Sessions

 

Opening Plenary: Opening Plenary Session: President's Address, President's Medal, State-of-the-Art Lecture

Location: Hall D, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

 

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

Computational Image Analysis: Shaping the Future of Nephropathology

Location: 201, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Glomerular and Tubular Origins of Albuminuria

Location: 146 C, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Innovations of Dialysis Delivery

Location: 146 A/B, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Modeling Human Kidney Development Using Organoids

Location: 207, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

 

02:00 PM - 04:00 PM

Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

AKI Repair, Nonrecovery, and Transition to CKD

Location: Ballroom B, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Fibroblast Growth Factor 23 and Outcomes: New Answers, New Questions, Including the Jack W. Coburn, MD, Endowed Lectureship

Location: 145, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Glomerular Biomarkers: Beyond Urine Proteins

Location: Ballroom A, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Linking Genotype to Phenotype in the Age of Big Data

Location: 147, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Mitochondrial Dynamics and Dysfunction in Metabolic Disease

 Location: 206, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

 New Biology of Intercalated Cells: Beyond Basic Acid Handling

 Location: 146 C, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Update on Clinical Trials in Transplantation Tolerance

Location: 151, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

 

04:30 PM - 06:30 PM

Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

 

"Mighty" Chondrion: More than the Powerhouse of the Cell

Location: Ballroom B, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Autosomal Dominant Tubulointerstitial Kidney Disease

Location: 147, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

 

06:30 PM - 07:30 PM

Special Events

 Welcome Reception

Location: Exhibit Hall, Walter E. Washington Convention Center |

November 08 ScheduleFriday, November 08, 2019 @ 8:00 AM

**Program is subject to change**

08:00 AM - 09:30 AM

Special Sessions

 

Plenary: ASN Foundation for Kidney Research Presentation, Kidney Health Initiative, John P. Peters Award Presentation, Donald W. Seldin Young Investigator Award Presentation and Address, State-of-the-Art Lecture

Location: Hall D, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

 

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

Advances in Evidence-Based Care for Pediatric Renal Disease

Location: 152, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Functional Proteomics: Unraveling Molecular Machines to Protein Networks in Metabolic Disease

Location: 206, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

New Insights into Vascular Calcification in Kidney Diseases

Location: 145, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

 

02:00 PM - 04:00 PM

Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

Best of ASN Journals: CJASN and JASN

Location: Ballroom B, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Bringing It All Together: Integrative Biology for Glomerular Disease

Location: 206, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Developmental Origins of Hypertension

Location: 202, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Embedded Pragmatic Clinical Trials: Accelerating Evidence Generation in Nephrology

Location: Salon A/B, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Hope on the Horizon: Novel Therapeutics for Glomerular Disease, Including the Michelle P. Winn, MD, Endowed Lectureship

Location: Ballroom A, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Kidney Diseases in Africa: Insight from the H3-Africa Kidney Disease Research Network

Location: 147, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

New Participants in AKI: Cellular Components, Signaling, and More

Location: 207, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

New Regulatory Concepts for the Calcium-Sensing Receptor

Location: 145, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Novel Regulators of Renal Tubular Transport

Location: 146 C, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Progress and Controversies in PKD

Location: 143, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

To Grow a Kidney

Location: 152, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

 

04:30 PM - 06:30 PM

Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

Cellular Metabolism in Kidney and Urologic Diseases

Location: 146 C, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

November 09 ScheduleSaturday, November 09, 2019 @ 8:00 AM

**Program is subject to change**

08:00 AM - 09:30 AM

Special Sessions

 

Plenary: NephSAP Recognition, KSAP Recognition, Robert G. Narins Award Presentation, State-of-the-Art Lecture

Location: Hall D, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

 

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

Kidney, Bone, and Vasculature: Is the Gut a New Piece of the Puzzle?

Location: 145, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Nanoparticles in Transplantation

Location: 151, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

 

02:00 PM - 04:00 PM

Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

A Closer Look at Claudins and Their Role in Mineral Disturbances

Location: 145, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Adapt or Perish: Renal Metabolism in AKI and CKD

Location: 207, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Advances in Renal Ion Channel Physiology

Location: 146 C, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Cell Fate Choices in Kidney Development

Location: 152, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Clinical Research in Nephrology: Trials, Trends, and Tools

Location: 140, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Cytoprotection: New Guardians of the Kidneys Coming to the Fore

Location: Ballroom B, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Extracellular Vesicles as Novel Biomarkers and Bioactivators in Hypertension and Kidney Diseases

Location: 206, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Global Challenges of CKD

Location: 143, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Location, Location, Location: Geographic Variation in Kidney Transplantation

Location: 151, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Metabolic Reprogramming in Polycystic Kidney Disease

Location: 147, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Metabolomics and Uremic Toxins: What Do They Mean for Kidney Diseases?

Location: 144, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Nutrient Metabolism in Diabetic Complications

Location: 201, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

The Right Tools for the Job: Model Systems for Glomerular Disease

Location: Salon C, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

 

04:30 PM - 06:30 PM

Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

CircRNA, lncRNA, eRNA, and miRNA: New Functions of Noncoding RNAs

Location: 147, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Genes, Epigenetics, and Tubule Transport

Location: 146 C, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Remote Organ Effects in AKI

Location: Ballroom B, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

November 10 ScheduleSunday, November 10, 2019 @ 8:00 AM

**Program is subject to change**

08:00 AM - 09:30 AM

Special Sessions

 

Plenary: Belding H. Scribner Award Presentation, Homer W. Smith Award Presentation and Address, State-of-the-Art Lecture

Location: Hall D, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

 

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Basic/Clinical Science Sessions

Beating the Law of Averages: Predicting Diabetic Kidney Disease Outcomes Through Integrative Biology

Location: 145, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Leveraging T Cells and Macrophages in Glomerular Diseases

Location: 146 A/B, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Vascularization and Innervation of the Kidneys

Location: 152, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

 

Clinical Practice Sessions

Hypertension Challenges: Now that BP Targets Are Lower, How Do We Get There?

Location: 147, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Optimizing Medication Prescribing in Dialysis

Location: 143, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

Update on Acute Dialytic Modalities in Nephrology: What Are the Data?

Location: 151, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

 

Oral Abstract Sessions

TEST - Oral Abstract Session

Location: TBD 1, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

 

Translational Sessions

APOL1: The Dawning of the Era of Treatment

Location: 150, Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Add to your Outlook, Google, Yahoo, or Apple iCal Calendar

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