Laura J. Maursetter, DO, FASN, BRCU Deputy Director
Laura J. Maursetter, DO, FASN, is an Assistant Professor of Nephrology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Her academic career has been focused on both clinical care and nephrology education. Clinically she provides nephrology care in a busy academic center and manages outpatients across the spectrum of kidney diseases from CKD to transplant. Her unique clinical positions include providing telemedicine services to the VA and the WI Department of Corrections as well as serving as the local nephrology clinical chief at the VA.
In an educational capacity, Dr. Maursetter serves as the Nephrology Fellowship Training Program Director and has been instrumental in the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) curriculum transformation and in building up the local interest in nephrology careers among residents and students. She has been honored with many teaching awards at the division and departmental levels. Her academic pursuits have focused on developing innovative educational tools including an online, asynchronous quality improvement curriculum, simulation activities, and improving evaluations to provide meaningful feedback for learners.
Dr. Maursetter has been active within ASN since fellowship, when she was the fellow delegate to the Training Program Directors Executive Committee. After graduation, she transitioned to the Workforce Committee, where she was a past director of the ASN Kidney TREKS Program. In addition, she serves on the ASN ITE Test Material Development Committee, Milestone development committee and the Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Committee.