The Pathophysiology and complications of Diabetic Nephropathy-Seminar

Darlene Carter, a third semester student led this interactive brown bag seminar where all the semester students participated. Dr. JayantMohite, Dean of Basic Science, Dr. James Villanueva and Dr. Raghavendra Pillapa were presented for the seminar. The seminar discussed the complications of Diabetic Nephropathy and its various characteristics.

Darlene Carter, a third semester student led this interactive brown bag seminar where all the semester students participated. Dr. JayantMohite, Dean of Basic Science, Dr. James Villanueva and Dr. Raghavendra Pillapa were presented for the seminar. The seminar discussed the complications of Diabetic Nephropathy and its various characteristics.

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