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Non-profit organization committed to improvement and dissemination of knowledge regarding the pathology and pathophysiology of renal disease



IN MEMORIAM


2014

Benjamin Spargo By Kenneth S. Polonsky   [Read more]

Suzanne Meleg-Smith By Helen Liapis   [Read more]

2013

Gary Hill By Lorraine Racusen   [Read more]

2011

Jean Berger By Feehaly, J.; Levy, M.; Monteiro, R. C.    [Read more] 

Jean Berger By Laure-Hélène Noël   [Read more]

Magdy Raymond Francis By Rashad Barsoum   [Read more]

2010

Jay Bernstein By Steve Bonsib   [Read more]

2009

Renne Habib By Helen Liapis   [Read more]

Luis Salinas-Madrigal By Helen Liapis   [Read more]

Luis-Salinas Madrigal (Patología) By Helen Liapis   [Read more]

Ben Trump By Fred Silva   [Read more]

2008

Paul Kimmelstiel By Klaus F. Wellman   [Read more]

Harrison Latta By Arthur Cohen   [Read more]

Gloria Gallo By Maria Picken   [Read more]

Frank Dixon By Charles Jennette   [Read more]

David Jones By Fred Silva   [Read more]

2004

Liliane Striker By William G. Couser, Vicki Rubin-Kelley, Sharon Adler   [Read more]

2000

Ramzi S. Cotran By Frederick J. Schoen, Michael Gimbrone, Jr.   [Read more]

About RPS

The RPS promotes excellence in diagnosis, fosters basic, clinical and translational research, encourages training and education in renal disease, sponsors US based and international conferences and symposia, and brings news and updates pertaining to renal pathology to its members around the world.

Contacts

Office of the Secretary

Carmen Avila-Casado, MD, PhD.
secretary@renalpathsoc.org
1-416-340-3283

Office of the Treasurer

Carla Ellis, MD, MS.
treasurer@renalpathsoc.org

IT support

Raul Suarez
rsuarez@renalpathsoc.org
1-647-855-7185


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