Kevin Edward Craig Meyers

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Professor of Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Director Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship Program, CHOP
Department: Pediatrics

Contact information
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Division of Mephrology , Department of Pediatrics
34th and Civic Center Boulevard
1st Floor Main Building - Room 1E15
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215 590 4155
Fax: 215 590 3705
Education:
M.B., B.Ch
University of the Witwatersrand (cum laude), 1983.
S.A. (Pediatrics)
South African College of Medicine and University of the Witwatersrand, 1989.
D.T.M. & H
University of the Witwatersrand (cum laude), 1991.
MD (Medicine)
ECFMG 0-494-158-9, 1993.
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Description of Itmat Expertise

Dr. Meyers is studying: a) novel biological and other immunosuppressive agents in pediatric kidney transplantation, b) the cardiovascular well-being of children following kidney transplant and c) hypertension in children, including those with renovascular hypertension; hypertension in ESRD/kidney transplant; and evaluation of anti-hypertensive use in children.

Selected Publications

Green R, Gu X, Kline-Rogers E, Froehlich J, Mace P, Olin J, Gornik H, Cahill AM, Meyers KE.: The US Registry for Fibromuscular Dysplasia: Results in the First 24 Patients Under 18 Years. Pediatric Nephrology Springer, 31(4): 641-650, April 2016.

Green R, Gu X, Kline-Rogers E, Froelich J, Mace P, Gray B, Katzen B, Olin J, Gornik HL, Cahill AM, Meyers KE: Differences between the pediatric and adult presentation of fibromuscular dysplasia: results from the US Registry. Ped Neph 31(4): 641-50, Apr 2016.

Moodalbail DG, Apple LZ, Meyers KE, Ginsberg JP, Kaplan BS and Bellah R.: Acquired Multiple Cysts of the Kidney in Neuroblastoma Survivors. American Journal of Kidney Disease March 2016.

Gipson DS ….. Meyers KEC ….. Mariani LH, Kretzler M.: Complete Remission in the Nephrotic Syndrome Study Network. Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology 7(11): 81-89, Jan 2016.

Primack WA, Meyers KE, Kirkwood SJ, Ruch-Ross HS, Radabaugh CL and Greenbaum LA: The US Pediatric Nephrology Workforce: A report commissioned by the American Academy of Pediatrics. American Journal of Kidney Disease 66(1): 33-39, July 2015.

Gajjar R, Miller S, Meyers KEC, and Ginsberg J: Fertility preservation in patients receiving cyclophosphamide therapy for renal disease. Pediatric Nephrology. Springer (eds.). 30(1): 1099-2006, July 2015.

Sharma S, Pradhan M, Meyers KEC, Le Palma K and Laskin BL: Neonatal atypical hemolytic anemic syndrome from a factor H mutation treated with eculizumab. Clinical Nephrology March 2015.

Primack WA, Meyers KE, Kirkwood SJ, Ruch-Ross HS, Radabaugh CL and Greenbaum LA.: The US Pediatric Nephrology Workforce: A report commissioned by the American Academy of Pediatrics. American Journal of Kidney Disease 66(1): 33-39, January 2015.

Kakajiwala AK, Bhatti T, Kaplan BS and Meyers KEC: Rapid Progression to End Stage Renal Disease in a Child with a Sporadic ACTN4 Mutation. Clinical Nephrology – Case Studies 1: 1 - 5, 2015.

Miller S, Li Y, Meyers KEC, Caplan A and Ginsberg J: Fertility preservation in pediatric nephrology: results of a physician survey. Journal of Renal Care 40(4): 257-262, December 2014.

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Last updated: 07/29/2016
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