Masaomi Nangaku is a vice dean and a professor and head of the division of nephrology and endocrinology, the University of Tokyo Graduate School of Medicine. He is President-Elect of the International Society of Nephrology. He is also Immediate Past President of the Asian Pacific Society of Nephrology and President of the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine.
He has published more than 300 original articles and 90 reviews articles in international journals, and has given 110 invited talks at international academic meetings. He served as a member of the Scientific Program Committee of American Society of Nephrology (ASN) meetings, a chair of the Scientific Program Committee of APCN 2016, and a chair of the program committee of the World Congress of Nephrology in 2019. He was also a co-organizer of the first Keystone Symposium on the kidney topic, “Unraveling Secrets of Kidney Disease” in 2019. He is a member of the editorial board of many prestigious journals, and is currently serving his second term as an associate editor of Kidney International.
His goal is to apply knowledge gained from the bench to the bedside, making a significant contribution to advancement in clinical medicine and patient care.
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Joint ISRNM - KDIGO Session: Recent Controversies Conference Reports, Focusing on Potassium, anemia and Iron Management - Session 13a
|Speaker||What does the future hold for HIF-PHI in anemia management in CKD?|