Vitamin D in incident nephrotic syndrome: a Midwest Pediatric Nephrology Consortium study. Selewski DT, Chen A, Shatat IF, Pais P, Greenbaum LA, Geier P, Nelson RD, Kiessling SG, Brophy PD, Quiroga A, Seifert ME, Straatmann CE, Mahan JD, Ferris ME, Troost JP, Gipson DS.. Pediatr Nephrol. 2016;31(3):465-472.
Alemtuzumab vs antithymocyte globulin induction in pediatric renal transplant recipients: our single-center experience with 3 year follow-up [abstract]. Chen A, Farney A, Hart L, Doares W, Spainhour L, Kaczmorski S, Stratta R, Lin J.. Am J Transplant. 2013;13(Suppl 5):448.
Alemtuzumab vs antithymocyte globulin as induction in pediatric renal transplantation [abstract]. Chen A, Farney A, Hart L, Doares W, Spainhour L, Kaczmorski S, Stratta R, Lin J.. Pediatr Transplant. 2013;17(Suppl 1):56-57.
Does allograft failure impact infection risk on peritoneal dialysis: a North American Pediatric Renal Trials and Collaborative Studies Study. Chen A, Martz K, Rao PS.. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol. 2012;7(1):153-157.
Does allograft failure impact school attendance in children? A NAPRTCS study. Chen A, Martz K, Rao P.. Nephrol Dial Transplant. 2012;27(4):1682-1685.
Alemtuzumab versus antithymocyte globulin as induction in pediatric renal transplantation: our single-center experience [abstract]. Chen A, Farney A, Hart L, Doares W, Spainhour L, Kaczmorski S, Stratta R, Rogers J, Lin J-J.. Am J Transplant. 2012;12(Suppl 3):316-317.
Infectious complications in pediatric renal transplant recipients who received alemtuzumab or rabbit anti-thymocyte globulin induction [abstract]. Doares W, Chen A, Lin J-J, Hart L, Spainhour L, Kaczmorski S, Rogers J, Stratta R, Farney A.. Am J Transplant. 2012;12(Suppl 3):440-441.
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Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
Kidney Transplantation, Pediatric Nephrology, Acute Kidney Injury, Dialysis
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Great team of Dr.'s 8 years & courtesy & no desire to go anywhere else. Confidence in my sons team @ WFPC.
She is a concerned medical expert in letter and spirit.
My provider is very kind and caring. Thank you for all your help.
Dr. Chen not only treated my two sons, but was willing to work with me to make a plan for our new baby who will be born in September and who may have the same genetic condition. Before I had the opportunity to speak with our regular pediatrician that afternoon, Dr. Chen had already been in touch with him and the two of them had put together a care plan that will allow me to deliver at my regular hospital. I could not be more grateful!
very professional office
Im aware that my son has been in "remission" for about three years now. But I still think they should take the time to follow up on all symptoms that still bother him. It is not usual for a child to still have some issues after remission I would think. I drive so far because I trust these doctors. He trusts these doctors.