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Kidney Health Australia
Kidney Health Australia is pleased to inform our stakeholders interested in kidney research that The Priscilla Kincaid-Smith Kidney Research Foundation has been established by Kidney Health Australia to promote kidney research to save and improve the lives of Australians with kidney disease.
A medical pioneer and an incredible and inspirational woman, Professor Kincaid-Smith, who was one of the founders of Kidney Health Australia, is best remembered for her many outstanding clinical and scientific achievements and her care for her patients. Her research significantly contributed to identifying the link between the kidneys and high blood pressure – a key public health message being conveyed to the Australian community by Kidney Health Australia today. She was the first woman to be appointed a Professor at the University of Melbourne and became President of the Royal Australian College of Physicians, the International Society of Nephrology, and the World Medical Association.
In 2015-16 the Priscilla Kincaid-Smith Kidney Research Foundation undertook a Delphi priority-setting survey to identify the research questions of critical importance to Australians affected by kidney disease, clinicians and researchers. The Kidney Health Australia Board and members of the Priscilla Kincaid-Smith Kidney Research Foundation Working Group are using the results of the Delphi survey to inform the priorities of the research agenda.
If you would like to register to receive updates about the Priscilla Kincaid-Smith Kidney Research Foundation, please email [email protected].
For information please contact:
Joanna Stoic (08) 8334 7500
Email: [email protected]
Free Information Line
Kidney Health Australia hosts a free information line for people with kidney disease.
The free call number is 1800 454 363.