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The Inconvenient Truth about Acute Kidney Injury

John A. Kellum, MD, Professor of Critical Care Medicine Research and professor of critical care medicine, of medicine (Division of Renal-Electrolyte), School of Medicine; of bioengineering, Swanson School of Engineering; and of clinical and translational science, will deliver a Provost’s Inaugural Lecture, The Inconvenient Truth about Acute Kidney Injury. 

The Provost’s Inaugural Lecture series invites University of Pittsburgh faculty members to give a lecture marking their recent appointments to endowed chairs. Dr. Kellum’s research focuses on treating critical illness, including acute kidney injury and sepsis.    

A reception with light refreshments will follow the talk.

Monday, December 9 at 4:00 p.m.

University Club, Ballroom A
123 University Place, Pittsburgh, 15213

The Inconvenient Truth about Acute Kidney Injury

John A. Kellum, MD, Professor of Critical Care Medicine Research and professor of critical care medicine, of medicine (Division of Renal-Electrolyte), School of Medicine; of bioengineering, Swanson School of Engineering; and of clinical and translational science, will deliver a Provost’s Inaugural Lecture, The Inconvenient Truth about Acute Kidney Injury. 

The Provost’s Inaugural Lecture series invites University of Pittsburgh faculty members to give a lecture marking their recent appointments to endowed chairs. Dr. Kellum’s research focuses on treating critical illness, including acute kidney injury and sepsis.    

A reception with light refreshments will follow the talk.

Monday, December 9 at 4:00 p.m.

University Club, Ballroom A
123 University Place, Pittsburgh, 15213