Dr. Brad Rovin is the Director of the Division of Nephrology at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, and Vice-Chair for Research for the Department of Internal Medicine.
BRAD ROVIN, MD, FACP, FASN | GUEST SPEAKER
Dr. Rovin graduated from the University of Illinois Medical Center as a James Scholar in Research, did internal medicine residency at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, and then a fellowship in Nephrology at Washington University, under the mentorship of Dr. Saulo Klahr and Dr. George Schreiner.
For the last 23 years Dr. Rovin has been a faculty member at the Ohio State University. There he has combined his interest in immunology and kidney diseases, and has developed a dynamic and internationally recognized clinical and research program in glomerulonephritis. Dr. Rovin and his team are especially known for their work in Lupus Nephritis. The Rovin lab studies mechanisms of kidney inflammation, biomarker discovery through urine proteomics, and experimental therapeutics in GN.
Along with the Division of Rheumatology, Dr. Rovin has developed a multi-disciplinary clinic in glomerular diseases, with an emphasis on lupus and vasculitis. Dr. Rovin has been recognized for his clinical work through Best Doctors, and for his research through the Ohio State University Donald V. Unverferth Award for Scholarly Excellence and Mentoring in Medical Research.