Eighth Annual UT Southwestern O'Brien Kidney Center Symposium (RP1504H)
Understand the pathophysiology of diabetes and diabetic nephropathy, and learn new approaches to prevention and treatment.
The Symposium is free of charge and offered to the community at large for professionals within the Nephrology profession.
Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to link the educational objectives to Core Competencies (Medical Knowledge) and:
- Describe the role of inhibition of SGLT2 in diabetes
- Explain the role of Adipose tissue in the pathophysiology of diabetes
- Identify the role of microRNAs and epigenetics in diabetic nephropathy
- Assess new approaches to prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diabetic nephropathy
Denise Marciano, M.D., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine
Enrichment Co-Director, O’Brien Kidney Center
Orson W. Moe, M.D.
Center Director, O’Brien Kidney Center
Program Coordinator, O’Brien Kidney Center
- 4.75 AMA
- 4.75 Attendance