3 июня 2016
On May 21-24 the Austrian capital hosted the 53 Congress of the European Association of Nephrology and the European Dialysis and Transplant Association (ERA-EDTA).
Each year, Research Department of Nephrology Research Center, Department of Nephrology and Hemodialysis and Tareev Nephrology Clinic take part in this annual event. In 2016, at the poster session the Sechenov First MSMU nephrologists presented 15 reports by the following researchers: Irina Bobkov, Natalia Kozlovsky, Mikhail Shvetsov, Yuri Milovanov, Natalia Chebotarev, Julia Korotchaevo, Tatyana Rudenko, Lyudmila Milovanovoj, Nikolay Bulanov, Mikhail Brovko. Some of these won high scores labelled by the Expert Committee.
The entirely proprietary scientific data for the study of podocyte and tubulointerstitial damage markers, heat shock proteins and morphogenetic proteins at various nephropathies, genetic determinants of chronic glomerulonephritis aroused a lively discussion with international counterparts. The Nephrology Clinical Center under FMSMU is engaged in long-term diagnostic studies having long-standing experience of dealing with patients suffering of complex orphan pathologies, such as atypical hemolytic-uremic syndrome. The info accumulated while treating such patients and absolutely unique national register data were the starring point at the poster session.
In oral report at the breakout session by the leading researcher of the Research Department of Nephrology Mikhail Shvetsov presented his own data attached to his latest uromodulin study for cases of chronic glomerulonephritis highlighting the role of this glycoprotein for glomerular disease, which is currently in the research focus of numerous prominent international scientists.
The appearance of the First MSMU nephrologists at the European Congress was not easy to carry out, but much honorable. Four days of hard work: visiting plenary and breakout sessions, workshops and master classes, passionate discussions and thorough exchange of experience… No doubt, all this enriched the global nephrology research community heritage, gave impetus to development of new ideas and new international contacts.
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