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Overview

As a Division, we are committed to providing excellence in patient care, Research and to training of the next generation of Renal Physicians.

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Clinical Care: The Division of Nephrology maintains active clinical programs at both the University of Maryland Medical Center, the Baltimore VA Medical Center, and the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center. Our faculty has expertise in all facets of kidney disease including management of acute and chronic kidney disease, dialysis management, genetic kidney disease, glomerulonephritis, complicated hypertension management and electrolyte and acid base disorders. Our division participates in a large multi organ transplant program with services at both at the University of Maryland Medical Center and the VA.

Division Head

Matthew Weir
Matthew R Weir, M.D.
Professor, Medicine  
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Research: Our faculty is dedicated to understanding the basic biology of the kidney and to translating our discoveries to new therapeutic strategies. The division and our close collaborators in physiology and in the Division of Transplantation focus on several aspects of renal biology including Cystic Kidney Diseases, Molecular Physiology of Hypertension, Tubular Transport mechanisms and Transplant immunology. The Division is home to several research Centers including The Baltimore Polycystic Kidney Disease Research and Clinical Core Center, The Laboratory of Molecular Physiology, the Early Renal Insufficiency Program, the Safe Kidney Care Program, and the Transplant Clinical Research Center.

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Fellowship Training Program: Our fellowship program is geared toward training outstanding renal physicians who will devote their careers to patient care or academic nephrology. We provide outstanding and comprehensive training in all aspects of clinical nephrology. In addition to a two-year standard fellowship program we offer a three year research track with opportunities for both laboratory and clinical investigation.

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Open Faculty Positions

03-309-768/769/791/796 - Academic Nephrologists 

The Nephrology Division in the Department of Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine is recruiting for non-tenure track faculty for our expanding clinical programs on our nephrology, transplant and dialysis services.  In addition to inpatient and outpatient clinical service, candidates will also be expected to develop a focused basic and/or clinical research program.  Successful candidates must be board certified/board eligible in Internal Medicine and Nephrology.  Excellent clinical and teaching skills are also required as instruction of medical residents and fellows is integral to our clinical programs.  



Interested candidates should provide a current CV, brief summary of their research goals, and names of four references to the attention of Dr. Matthew Weir (Search Committee Chair), c/o Rhonda Reed, (rreed1@medicine.umaryland.edu) Academic Programs Office, Department of Medicine, N3E10, University of Maryland Medical Center, 22 S. Greene St., Baltimore, MD 21201. 

The University of Maryland, Baltimore is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women,  individuals with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply. 

Please reference position number(s) of interest when applying.