GlomCon Seminars in February 2019

Listed in chronological order, as presented and recorded.
Make sure to check in regularly as subject to ongoing additions.

Clinical presentation, differential diagnosis, and therapy TMA/TTP/HUS

Clinical presentation, differential diagnosis, and therapy TMA/TTP/HUS
GlomCon Interactive Fellows’ Curriculum
In this interactive lecture Dr. Kambiz Kalantari, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, University of Virginia is reviewing the clinical presentation, differential diagnosis, and therapy thrombotic microangiopathies, including TTP/HUS.

The full video of this lecture, any available lecture notes and any ongoing discussions on this topic can be accessed here.

Topic TBD

Topic TBD 
GlomCon Interactive Fellows’ Curriculum
In this interactive lecture collegues from UC Denver are leading the didactic session of the GlomCon Interactive Fellows’ Curriculum.

The full video of this lecture, any available lecture notes and any ongoing discussions on this topic can be accessed here.

Topic TBD

A focused review of literature
Program details to follow…

The full video of this lecture, any available lecture notes and any ongoing discussions on this topic can be accessed here.

Lupus Nephritis and Lupus Podocytopathy

Lupus Nephritis and Lupus Podocytopathy
GlomCon Nephropathology Essentials
In this interactive lecture Dr. Isaac E. Stillman, Associate Professor, Harvard School of Medicine/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, is providing an overview on the tissue diagnosis of Lupus Nephritis.

The full video of this lecture, any available lecture notes and any ongoing discussions on this topic can be accessed here.

Case Based Discussion: Case Western Reserve University

Topic TBD
GlomCon Case Based Discussion
In this interactive lecture Dr. Niraj Desai, Assistant Professor of Medicine, and Dr. Leal Herlitz, Pathology Department, from Case Western Reserve University are leading the GlomCon case based didactic session.

The full video of this lecture, any available lecture notes and any ongoing discussions on this topic can be accessed here.