Acute Kidney Injury Committee – ISN Information – The ISN Website

Acute Kidney Injury Committee

The Committee on Acute Kidney Injury represents the highest possible level of scientific investigation in acute kidney injury (AKI) and brings together nephrologists, physicians, and scientists of other relevant disciplines; they are an active component of the AKI Network.

The committee is engaged in the development of uniform standards for defining and classifying acute kidney injury (AKI) that can be used in clinical research (trials) in patients with AKI. Consensus standards for diagnosing and classifying (staging) AKI that need to be validated in future studies have been developed. 

The Committee is involved with the organisation of several educational courses and organizes its own Symposia on AKI which is typically held as a satellite symposium to the World Congress of Nephrology (WCN).

Browse the AKI educational zone in order to access relevant educational materials and articles.

Following the first AKIN conference held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in September 2005 the below report was developed which describes an interim definition and staging system for AKI and a plan for further activities of the collaborative network. Visit the “Acute Kidney Injury Network: report of an initiative to improve outcomes in acute kidney injury”.

Committee Membership (WCN013 – WCN2015)

Co-chairs: Ravindra Mehta     USA
                Emmanuel Burdmann    Brazzil

Emmanuel Burdmann    Brazzil
Ravindra Mehta    USA
Yang Li    China
Etienne Macedo    Brazil
Andrew Lewington    UK
Jorge Cerda    USA
Samir Parikh    USA
Kent Doi    Asia Pacific
Raj Chakaravarthi    Asia
Roland Blantz    USA

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