Monica C. Beaulieu, MD, FRCPC: Clinical Professor, University of British Columbia Division of Nephrology, Canada
Dr Beaulieu is the Division Head of Nephrology at St Paul’s Hospital, Vancouver, Canada. She is the medical lead of the Kidney Care Clinic and the inaugural medical director of the Nephrology Obstetrics Clinic. She has a special interest in training nephrologists, OBIM, and MFM providers in the care of patients with kidney disease who are considering pregnancy and throughout their pregnancy journey.
Min Feng: Department of Nephrology, Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University, China
Dr Min Feng obtained her PhD degree from Sun Yat-sen University and has worked as a research assistant in the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She has engaged in the clinical practice of nephrology for nearly 20 years. For recent years, she is interested in clinical research on chronic kidney disease with pregnancy and onco-nephrology.
Imed Helal: Medical Director, Diaverum Holding AB Branch, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Prof Imed Helal is a faculty member of the Nephrology Department, Charles Nicolle Hospital and Clinical Professor at university of Tunis Almanar, Tunisia. He has authored or co-authored more than 70 articles published in international journals. Professor Helal's principal clinical activity and research interests include ADPKD, CKD, early diagnosis of CKD, pregnancy in dialysis, recovery of kidney function and acute kidney injury.
Elizabeth Hendren, MD, FRCP(C): Clinical Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia; Transplant Nephrologist, St Paul's Hospital, Canada
Dr Hendren is a clinician and researcher with the Division of Nephrology at the University of British Columbia. She is a transplant nephrologist and renal obstetrics specialist at St Paul's Hospital. Her research focuses on pregnancy in transplant recipients, recurrent glomerular disease after renal transplant and on improving equitable and accessible transplant care to patients in British Columbia.
Priti Meena: Assistant Professor, Department of Nephrology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences-Bhubaneswar, India
Dr Priti Meena conducts pioneering research in the critical field of kidney disorders in pregnancy, where she strives to advance our understanding and improve patient outcomes. Dr Meena's commitment to the nephrology community is exemplified through her role as a council member of the Indian Society of Hemodialysis and her active involvement as an education team member of the International Society of Nephrology. She is at the forefront of multicentric studies focused on Acute Kidney Injury in pregnancy, shedding light on this complex issue. As a dedicated member of Women in Nephrology, she passionately engages in patient care, advocacy, awareness campaigns, transplantation initiatives, and groundbreaking research aimed at enhancing kidney health in women.