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  • Timothy Meyer

    Timothy Meyer

    Stanford University Professor of Nephrology, Emeritus

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsInadequate removal of uremic solutes contributes to widespread illness in the more than 500,000 Americans maintained on dialysis. But we know remarkably little about these solutes. Dr. Meyer's research efforts are focused on identifying which uremic solutes are toxic, how these solutes are made, and how their production could be decreased or their removal could be increased. We should be able to improve treatment if we knew more about what we are trying to remove.

  • Maha Abdalla Mohamed, MD, FACP, FAST

    Maha Abdalla Mohamed, MD, FACP, FAST

    Clinical Associate Professor, Medicine - Nephrology

    BioDr. Mohamed is a board-certified, fellowship-trained nephrologist with the Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Program at Stanford Healthcare. She is a clinical associate professor in the Department of Medicine, Division of Nephrology.

    Dr. Mohamed specializes in kidney and pancreas transplant outcomes and kidney transplant health equity. Conditions she treats include allografts rejection, recipient BK virus and CMV infection, and post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder management. Dr. Mohamed is known for her personalized and comprehensive approach to patient care. She takes the time to understand her patients’ unique health needs and creates tailored care plans that fit their lifestyles.

    Dr. Mohamed’s research interests include examining new approaches to improving kidney transplant long-term outcome including kidney transplant rejection and infection. She also seeks to develop better screening and monitoring guidance to help reduce post-transplant BK virus and CMV infection.

    Dr. Mohamed’s published work can be found in peer-reviewed journals such as Clinical Transplantation, Transplant Infectious Disease and Transplantation. She has presented to her peers at international, national, and regional meetings, including at the American Transplant Congress and the American Society of Nephrology. She has also been invited to speak multiple times at King Faisal Hospital in Rwanda as well as in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on topics like post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder, update in kidney transplant rejection, and update in living-donor kidney transplantation.

    Dr. Mohamed is a faculty fellow of Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health, fellow of the American Society of Transplantation, a board of managers member of the AST Transplant Nephrology Fellowship Training Accreditation Program, member of the International Society of Nephrology and the American Society of Nephrology.