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To create a world without kidney diseases, the ASN Alliance for Kidney Health elevates care by educating and informing, driving breakthroughs and innovation, and advocating for policies that create transformative changes in kidney medicine throughout the world.

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Kidney Week

Kidney Week 2023: Meeting Overview

Kidney Week 2023 is comprised of:

  • Seven Early Programs in Philadelphia, PA (November 1): Advances in Research Conference: Multi-Omic Analyses of Tissue Microenvironments in the Kidneys, Fundamentals of Renal Pathology, Genetics in Clinical Nephrology (NEW), Glomerular Diseases: 2023 Update, Kidney Transplantation: 2023 Update, Maintenance Dialysis: 2023 Update, Nephrocardiology: An Emerging Filed in Medicine (NEW). You may only register for one Early Program.

    All but the Advances in Research Conference includes on-demand content available on October 25 and an in-person session in Philadelphia on November 1, as well as access to all recorded presentations for up to three years. The Advances in Research Conference has an in-person session in Philadelphia on November 1; the in-person content will be recorded and available for up to three years. Each has a separate registration fee and offers continuing education credits. You must participate in-person in Philadelphia on November 1 for continuing education credits.

  • Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA (November 2-5): All plenaries, sessions, posters, and the scientific exposition will take place in-person in Philadelphia. There is no virtual or hybrid event in 2023. Educational content will be recorded and posted to view on-demand in late November in the ASN eLearning Center. This on-demand content will be available for up to three years and continue to be complimentary to meeting participants who obtain an access code. Access code information will be available in late October 2023.