The Gottshalk Award is the highest honor of the APS Renal Section. The 2014 recipient is Susan Wall, MD, a Professor of Medicine and Physiology at Emory University School of Medicine, who has devoted her career to the study of H+/OH- transporters in the collecting duct. Her particular focus has been on pendrin which exchanges chloride for bicarbonate.
In addition to her research contributions to renal physiology, she has served as Renal Section treasurer and chair, as well as an Associate Editor of AJP-Renal.
Her lecture, The Role of Pendrin in the Pressor Response to Aldosterone, will be presented on Monday, April 28, at 3:15pm in room 24 of the convention center. If I don’t see you there, check back here for some notes from the presentation.