Indiana University was the home of the very first dialysis done in the state of Indiana. Our Division has a proud tradition of achievement in research, education and improving patient care. We are national leaders in home-based dialysis and focus on high quality of delivery of care for our more than 700 dialysis patients. We are home to one of only nine NIH funded O’Brien Centers in the United States to facilitate research into why kidney disease occurs. We conduct state of the art research into mechanisms of acute kidney injury and renal tubular dysfunction as a cause of progressive kidney disease. Our researchers are studying the pathogenesis of polycystic kidney disease, vascular calcification, osteoporosis, and hypertension.
Please explore our website to learn more about our division and its many programs.
Sharon Moe, MD