Pediatric Nephrology Seminar

Pediatric Nephrology Seminar

Pediatric Nephrology Seminar

MARCH 8-10, 2019

The Miami Pediatric Nephrology Seminar is coming again….

We are happy to invite you to our 46th Pediatric Nephrology Seminar. Our 46th Annual Meeting will take place at the Royal Palm South Beach Miami in beautiful Miami Beach from March 8-10, 2019. This coming year the renal pathology curriculum will be covered throughout the Conference with many new aspects of nephropathology including podocytopaties,and other common glomerular disorders, cystic and genetic renal diseases, CAKUT and finalizing with a Clinico-Pathologic Correlations interactive Session. The Seminar will have another exciting scientific program covering a wide range of topics, including:

  • Genetic/Developmental and Rare Disorders of the Kidney,
  • New Frontiers in Pediatric Nephrology,
  • Practical Nephrology for the Clinician,
  • Recent Advances in Glomerular Disorders , CKD and Hypertension,
  • Bone Disease, FGF23 and the Kidney,
  • Growth and Nutrition in CKD (Workshop),
  • Progressive CKD,
  • Dialysis and Transplant Challenges.
  • Heroes in Pediatric Nephrology

At the end of the Seminar we will offer an Interactive Workshop on Pediatric Critical Care Nephrology including live CRRT/TPE procedures conducted at Holtz Children’s Hospital for selected participants. The Seminar will feature a number of distinguished guest faculty and local faculty members who will provide expertise and cordial exchanges including several panel discussions and Meet the Professor Luncheons. As in previous years, we anticipate funding for a limited number of Travel Grant for Fellows We hope you will enjoy attending this unique scientific meeting. Details regarding the full program, speakers, registration, grant applications and hotel reservations soon will be available at our Web page. We appreciate your support of this unique conference in our field and look forward of seeing you in Miami in March 2019,

Gaston Zilleruelo M.D.
Seminar Program Director