After attending University of Illinois-Chicago medical school, Ramin finished an internal medicine residency and a nephrology fellowship at Loyola University Medical Center near Chicago. He then moved on to practice nephrology at Cook County Hospital in Chicago in 2001 and subsequently transferred to San Francisco General Hospital and University of California- San Francisco in 2007. Ramin has published extensively on a wide variety of nephrology related topics including sodium disorders, acid-base problems and dialysis. As an active clinician both in Chicago and San Francisco he has had wide exposure to many different types of renal pathologies and the physiology behind them. He was the co-director of renal block for first year medical students at University of California-San Francisco from 2009 until 2015, and has also had experience with teaching nephrology.

Ramin Sam
Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, USA
After attending University of Illinois-Chicago medical school, Ramin finished an internal medicine residency and a nephrology fellowship at Loyola University Medical Center near Chicago. He then moved on to practice nephrology at Cook County Hospital in Chicago in 2001 and subsequently transferred to San Francisco General Hospital and University of California- San Francisco in 2007. Ramin has published extensively on a wide variety of nephrology related topics including sodium disorders, acid-base problems and dialysis. As an active clinician both in Chicago and San Francisco he has had wide exposure to many different types of renal pathologies and the physiology behind them. He was the co-director of renal block for first year medical students at University of California-San Francisco from 2009 until 2015, and has also had experience with teaching nephrology.

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