Kidney — Control of Homeostasis
NEWSLETTER ::: NO. 17 ::: DEC 2018
DEAR
The 17th Kidney.CH newsletter is the first edition of the third SNSF funding phase.
New researchers have joined the network and one of them, Soeren Lienkamp coming from the University of Freiburg (D), is interviewed in this edition.
François Verrey has hand over the position as Director of the NCCR Kidney.CH to Johannes Loffing. Have a look to his editorial!

Have fun while reading!
Yours, Jens Selige
EDITORIAL
Johannes Loffing
Johannes Loffing
 
TEMPORA MUTANTUR …
Since its launch in 2010, the NCCR Kidney.CH has significantly contributed to the high visibility of Swiss kidney research. » read more
LEAD
 
CARSTEN WAGNER: IS PHOSPHATE TOXIC?
Phosphate is essential for many processes inside our bodies and can be absorbed very well by our system. However, too much of it appears to cause organ calcification and heart disease. » read more
PORTRAIT
 
A PASSION FOR COMPLEX PROBLEMS: INTERVIEW WITH SOEREN LIENKAMP
In January 2019, Soeren Lienkamp will join the Institute of Anatomy at the University of Zurich (UZH). He has been appointed Assistant Professor
of Molecular Medicine in Anatomy. » read more
MISCELLANEOUS
 
NCCR KIDNEY.CH & TRENAL SUMMER SCHOOL 2018: FROM RENAL PHYSIOLOGY TO KIDNEY DISEASE
Together with the German/British research network TRENAL, the NCCR Kidney.CH organised its first international summer school September 9–12, 2018. » read more
 
NEW JUNIOR GRANTS 2018
The NCCR Kidney.CH this year awarded three Junior Grants. » read more
 
FAREWELL SYMPOSIUM: FRANÇOIS VERREY: THE KIDNEY & TRANSPORT
In honour of François Verrey, who will retire in July 2019, the NCCR Kidney.CH is organizing a farewell symposium. » read more
 
CAS/DAS IN TRANSLATIONAL NEPHROLOGY: MODULES 3 & 4
This programme provides relevant insights into the physiological and pathophysiological bases of kidney function in health and disease. » read more
EVENTS
UPCOMING EVENTS
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Kidney - Control of Homeostasis
is a Swiss research initiative, headquartered at University of Zurich, which brings together leading specialists in experimental and clinical nephrology and physiology from the universities of Bern, Fribourg, Geneva, Lausanne, and Zurich, and corresponding university hospitals.