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Morag Mansley, researcher

Putting the spotlight on women in science

In the light of the UN’s International Day for Women and Girls in Science on 11 February, we are celebrating the female researchers we fund and their achievements in tackling kidney disease.

World Kidney Day

Save the date: 9 March 2017 is World Kidney Day!

World Kidney Day 2017 is on Thursday 9 March. It’s a date that matters. Worldwide, millions of people in over 150 countries will be taking part to educate and raise awareness of kidney disease

Yeovil renal unit staff

Yeovil renal unit staff join Race for Research

Yeovil renal unit staff join Race for Research

David Prosser, trutsee and patient

David Prosser – celebrating 30 years since transplant

David Prosser’s kidney has just celebrated its 30th transplant anniversary.

Surjit Chowdhary, volunteer

New Year’s Honour for Kidney Research UK volunteer

Surjit Singh Chowdhary, from Glasgow, has received his MBE for services to the Sikh community and to charity.

Resolving to work harder than ever for kidney patients

Resolving to work harder than ever for kidney patients

It’s the beginning of a new year and, at Kidney Research UK, the focus is on the potential that lies ahead.

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