Dr. Duk-Hee Kang, MD, PhD is Professor of Medicine, Ewha Women's University, College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea. She is now a head of Nephrology Division and Hemodialysis-Transplantation Center of Ewha University Seoul Hospital. She served as the Secretary General, the Treasurer and the Council Member of the Korean Society of Nephrology since 2012, and has been working actively as a member of scientific committee of National and International Conferences including Internal Society of Nephrology and American Society Nephrology. She published more than 250 peer-reviewed SCI papers in New England Journal of Medicine, Nature Review Nephrology, Journal of American Society of Nephrology, Kidney International, Clinical Journal of American Society of Nephrology, Hypertension, Heart and FASEB Journal. She is also the writer of many textbook book chapters in Schrier RW “Textbook of the Kidney & Urinary track”, Kopple JD “Nutritional Management of Renal Disease”, Fervenza FC et al. “Core Concepts of Parenchymal Kidney Disease”, Turner N, Bennett WG et al “Oxford Textbook of Clinical Nephrology”, and Paul Kimmel and Mark Rosenberg “Chronic Kidney Disease”. Professor Kang’s research interests are Uric acid and related disease, Phenotype transition of cells as an early mechanism of vascular, renal and metabolic disease, Mechanism of peritoneal fibrosis, Mechanism of endothelial dysfunction, Endoplasmic reticulum stress as a target of organ dysfunction, Stem cell therapy in renal disease, and Air pollution and renal disease.
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Hydration, Coffee, Uric acid and Kidney Disease - Session 31
|Speaker||Role of Fructose metabolism and Hyperuricemia in CKD Progression|