ASN's Mission

ASN leads the fight to prevent, treat, and cure kidney diseases throughout the world by educating health professionals and scientists, advancing research and innovation, communicating new knowledge, and advocating for the highest quality care for patients.

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  • Going Beyond the Statement: Dismantling Systemic Racism in Nephrology

    Webinar Recording

    Going Beyond the Statement:
    Dismantling Systemic Racism in Nephrology

    Dynamic discussion between four expert panelists. Topics include racism in kidney care
    and social determinants of health, challenges building a diverse pipeline of future nephrologists,
    race-based diagnostic measures and barriers to career advancement.

  • ASN Innovations in Kidney Education Contest Winners

    Innovations in Kidney Education
    Contest Winners

    The American Society of Nephrology proudly announces the winners of the fifth
    Innovations in Kidney Education Contest. We received exciting and creative tool submissions.
    The winners represent the best of these innovative approaches (relevance, creativity, portability,
    and feasibility) to teaching about kidney health and disease.

  • Kidney Week 2020 Registration

    Kidney Week 2020 Reimagined

    Registration is Now Open

    Registration is now open for Kidney Week, the world's premier nephrology meeting,
    which has been reimagined as a fully digital meeting.

  • Kidney Week 2020 Reimagined

    Kidney Week 2020

    Kidney Week 2020 Reimagined

    ASN has been honored to host the world's premier meeting in nephrology for 50+ years.
    Kidney Week 2020 will be "Reimagined" as a fully digital meeting.

  • DKD-C Webinars

    Virtual Roundtable Series

    Diabetic Kidney Disease
    Virtual Roundtable Series

    ASN's DKD-C Task Force is hosting a free virtual roundtable series for healthcare
    providers and individuals with diabetes and kidney disease.

  • ASN Statement Against Racism

    ASN Statement Against Racism

    The American Society of Nephrology (ASN) is proud of its efforts to promote diversity, equity,
    and inclusion among kidney health professionals. This commitment is hollow, however, if ASN fails
    to oppose racism. ASN strongly supports and will advance efforts to achieve equality to reduce the
    adverse impact of racism, especially on health and in health care.

  • Kidney Week On-Demand™

    Kidney Week 2019

    Kidney Week On-Demand™

    Kidney Week On-Demand™ is now available and provides online access to
    approximately 220 hours of Annual Meeting presentations from Kidney Week 2019,
    including plenary sessions, basic and clinical science sessions, clinical practice
    sessions, special sessions, and translational sessions.

American Society of Nephrology

A World Without Kidney Diseases

ASN represents more than 21,000 kidney health professionals working to help people with kidney diseases and their families. Created with input from all of ASN's constituencies, the new ASN logo allows the society to continue our growth and work toward a goal of a world without kidney diseases.

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Register Now | Kidney Week 2020 Reimagined
Are You the 33%?

Are You the 33%?

Joint Awareness Campaign Aims to Reach the 1 in 3 Adults at Risk for Kidney Diseases

The National Kidney Foundation, the US Department of Health and Human Services, and the American Society of Nephrology have launched a kidney risk campaign.

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Registration Open For Kidney Week 2020 Reimagined

Registration Open For Kidney Week 2020 Reimagined

Digital Meeting

Registration is now open for Kidney Week 2020 Reimagined, the world's premier nephrology meeting, which has been reimagined as a fully digital meeting.

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Latest nephSAP: May 2020

The latest Nephrology Self-Assessment Program (nephSAP) issue, Volume 19: Issue 1 (May 2020): Hypertension is now available online.

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