Made for the #NephMadness #TransplantRegion, here's a nice way to spend any Sunday morning (answers below, try not to cheat...):
#NephMadness gave me the opportunity to learn and practice how to create visual abstracts. The #VisualAbstract is an effective and efficient way to disseminate research, and they are also fun to make! Here are some of my first attempts below (click to enlarge, made in Powerpoint): Samira Farouk, MD Chief Nephrology Fellow, Icahn School … Continue reading My First 9 Visual Abstracts
The first matchup in the #TransplantRegion leaves us with two tantalizing options: "Kidney Donor Risk" and "Virally Infected Kidneys". How does one possibly choose between the bold risk one takes when choosing to save a life and the now possible but previously unimaginable transplantation of kidneys infected with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) the curable Hepatitis … Continue reading NephMadness Choosing Wisely Campaign: Kidney Donor Risk vs Virally Infected Kidneys (#TransplantRegion)
A brief post describing a fascinating, unexpected finding of "zebra bodies" - possibly secondary to drug-induced kidney phospholipidosis!
Read about my first experience in interprofessional education here! Samira Farouk, NSMC intern 2018
Link to Renal Fellow Network blog post! Post by Samira Farouk, 2/9/18