GlomCon Seminars in June 2018

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

Basic Principles of Renal Pathology (Part 1)

Basic Principles of Renal Pathology (Part 1)
In this interactive lecture Dr. Isaac E. Stillman,  Associate Professor, Harvard School of Medicine/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, is providing an introduction to the tissue diagnosis of renal disease. This lecture is the first part of a total of three lectures.

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

Minimal Change Disease and FSGS

Minimal Change Disease and FSGS
In this interactive lecture Dr. Helmut G. Rennke,  Professor, Harvard Medical School/Brigham and Women’s Hospital, is reviewing the pathology and tissue diagnosis of minimal change disease/FSGS.

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

Clinical Presentation, Differential Diagnosis, and Therapy of MCD

GlomCon Interactive Fellow Curriculum
In this interactive lecture series Dr. Krik Campbell (Associate Professor of Medicine) and Dr. Miriam H. Chung (Associate Professor of Medicine) together with their nephrology fellows Dr. Samira Farouk and Dr. Manasi Bapat are reviewing the clinical presentation, differential diagnosis, and the therapy of Minimal Change Disease.

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

Basic Principles of Renal Pathology (Part 2)

Basic Principles of Renal Pathology (Part 2)
In this interactive lecture Dr. Isaac E. Stillman,  Associate Professor, Harvard School of Medicine/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, is providing an introduction to the tissue diagnosis of renal disease. This lecture is the second part of a total of three lectures.

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