Meredith P. Schuh, MD

Meredith Schuh, MD

February, 2022

Dr. Schuh is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in the Division of Nephrology & Hypertension with secondary appointment in the Division of Developmental Biology.  She completed her undergraduate at Tufts University and received her medical degree at Tufts University School of Medicine.  She completed her Pediatric Residency and Pediatric Nephrology at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.

Keia Sanderson, MD, MSCR

Keia Sanderson, MD, MSCR

April, 2021

Dr. Sanderson is an assistant professor pediatric nephrologist and pediatric dialysis director at the University of North Carolina (UNC) in Chapel Hill, NC. She received her undergraduate degree at Rice University in Houston, TX where she also competed as an NCAA Track and Field student-athlete. She obtained her medical degree from the University of Missouri in Columbia, MO.  She completed her pediatric residency training at the University of South Carolina and her pediatric nephrology fellowship training at Children’s Mercy Hospitals and Clinics. After joining the UNC Pediatric Nephrology group, she obtained her Masters of Science in Clinical Research at the UNC Gillings School of Public Health.

Heidi J. Murphy, MD, MSCR

Heidi J. Murphy, MD, MSCR

January, 2021

Heidi is a neonatologist and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital and the Darby Children’s Research Institute in Charleston, SC.  She has particular interests in neonatal acute kidney injury (AKI) and patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) as well as continuous renal replacement therapy utilization (CRRT) during extracorporeal life support (ECLS).

Michelle C. Starr, MD, MPH

MICHELLE C. STARR, MD, MPH

February, 2020

Dr. Starr is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics with joint appointments in Pediatric Nephrology and Pediatric & Adolescent Comparative Effectiveness Research at Indiana University School of Medicine and Riley Children’s Hospital. She completed her undergraduate education at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. She received her medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine, and a Masters of Public Health from Tufts University School of Public Health. She completed Pediatric Residency and Chief Residency, as well as Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship at University of Washington/Seattle Children’s Hospital. Following fellowship, she moved to Indianapolis to join the rapidly growing pediatric nephrology division at IU.

Jennifer Jetton, MD

Jennifer Jetton

February, 2019

Dr. Jetton is a Clinical Associate Professor in the University of Iowa Stead Family Department of Pediatrics and Division of Nephrology, Dialysis, and Transplantation. She completed her undergraduate education at Harvard-Radcliffe Colleges in Cambridge, MA, with a degree in Psychology. After college, she worked at Massachusetts General Hospital for three years as a study coordinator for several NIH-funded studies of children with ADHD and their families.

Cara Slagle, MD

Cara Slagle

February 2019

Cara Slagle, a second year neonatology fellow at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, is dedicated to advancing the field of neonatal nephrology, specifically neonatal AKI and patients with in utero renal failure. As a member of the NKC since her pediatric residency, she elected to continue her training at Cincinnati Children’s under the mentorship of Stuart Goldstein, MD and Brenda Poindexter, MD and explore the relationship between urinary biomarkers and neonatal AKI as her primary fellowship project.

Dave Selewski, MD

Dave Selewski

April 2018

Dr. Dave Selewski is an Associate Professor in the Division of Pediatric Nephrology at the Medical University of South Carolina. He was born and raised in Michigan, attended Syracuse University for undergraduate and Rush Medical College in Chicago, Ill for medical school. He completed his pediatric residency training at the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children Hospital and continued his training there completing a nephrology fellowship in 2011. Following fellowship training, he stayed on as faculty and received a Master’s in Clinical Research Design & Statistical Analysis from the University of Michigan School of Public Health in 2013. Dave and his partner (Laura) have a 3‐year old little girl (Charley) and two dogs (Oliver and Harley Quinn). He enjoys the outdoors, sports, spending time with his family, travelling, and poker.

Christine Stoops, MD, MPH

Christine Stoops

April 2018

My interest in neonatal renal physiology and injury has been a journey that began during my pediatric residency. It was during my PGY-2 year that I read an article in Pediatrics that discussed the short and long‐term risks of prematurity and chronic kidney disease. While I knew I was headed for a Neonatology fellowship, I approached Dr. David Askenazi at my home institution if there was a project appropriate for a budding Neonatologist with an interest in the kidney. Thus began my journey with AKI in the neonate!

Jennifer Charlton, MD

Jennifer Charlton

December 2017

Dr. Jennifer Charlton is an Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics within the Division of Nephrology at the University of Virginia. She is a native Floridian, the oldest of 3 siblings. Dr. Charlton attended the University of Florida for undergraduate training and University of South Florida in Tampa for medical school. She met her husband in medical school and they couples-matched to the University of South Carolina where she completed her pediatric residency training. This is where she figured out how much she loved the kidney. The Charlton’s moved to Charlottesville, VA in 2007 where she completed her nephrology fellowship and Masters in Clinical Research in 2010 while the Mr./Dr. Charlton completed a toxicology fellowship. The Drs. Charlton have 2 very active boys and enjoy living in “urban wilderness” in Charlottesville with their SPCA rescue dog, Lilypup (yes, the dog is named after a Pokemon character). Dr. Charlton loves spending time with her family, travelling, shopping, running and watching the boys swim.

Matthew W. Harer, MD

Matthew W. Harer

December 2017

As a pediatric resident with an interest in Neonatology I never truly considered a fellowship or research in Nephrology. However, during my first few months of Neonatology fellowship at the University of Virginia one of my mentors recommended meeting with Dr. Jennifer Charlton to see what type of projects she had on-going. This happened to be a week before PAS abstracts were due- so we picked a chart review she had been hoping to perform and one week later we had our first abstract submitted together exploring the relationship between caffeine use in preterm patients and AKI.