Hans Dieperink DMSc
+45 2059 8851
+45 4024 0899
Martin Ernst Tepel DMSc
+45 6541 4425
+45 6541 1762
Transplantation to children
Endocrinology in renal failure
Secondary arterial hypertension
Diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic patients with renal disease as well as research in the same fields. The Department of Nephrology is a highly specialised nephrology department with centre-functions for vasculitis-related renal disease and renal transplantation. The Department teaches nurses and doctors at undergraduate and postgraduate levels of.
Heads of research in individual academic fields; Claus Bistrup, renal transplantation; Associate Professor Helle Thiesson, renal transplantation in children; Professor Martin Tepel, head of nephrology research unit.
The Department has six PhD students and 2 post.docs.
Vascular health in chronic kidney disease
Calium-phosphate metabolism in chronic kidney disease
Vitamin D effects in chronic kidney disease
Nephrotoxicity of immunosuppressive drugs
Experimental research models of chronic renal allograft rejection
Cancer in renal transplant patients
Spiromolacton treatment after renal transplantation
|The hemodialysis unit in Odense, number of patients||150|
|The hemodialysis unit in Svendborg, number of patients||60|
|Out-patient Ward, patients annual||9000|
|Renal transplantation, annual||65-70|