Faculty Profile: Andrew Brem, MD

Andrew Brem
Andrew Brem, MD
Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics
Dean of the Faculty
Work: +1 401-444-5672
1. Steroid metabolism and its relation to hypertension
2. The epidemiology of end stage renal failure in children

Institutions

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Grants and Awards

Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society, Tufts University School of Medicine, 1973, Boston, Massachusetts
New York State Kidney Foundation 1977-1979 - Fellowship
Rhode Island Hospital House Officer's Association Teaching Award in Pediatrics - 1981
American Society of Nephrology 1981 - Travel Award to VIII International Congress of Nephrology
Honorary Master of Arts Degree - Ad Eundem, Brown University 1989
Gift of Life Medical Award 1996 - National Kidney Foundation, Massachusetts/Rhode Island Chapter
Selected to be listed for Best Doctors in America - 2003-2004
Brown Medical School Dean's Teaching Excellence Award - 2004

Selected Publications

  • Brem, A.S., Lambert, C., Kitsen, J., Somers, M., and Shemin, D.G. Chronic dialysis and access related morbidities in children. Dialysis and Transplantation 34:278-289, 2005. (2005)
  • Morris, D.J. Souness, G.W., Latif, S.A., Hardy, M.P., and Brem, A.S. Effect of CDCA on 11?ü-HSD in vascular and other tissues. Metabolism 53:811-816, 2004. (2004)
  • Gorman, G., Fivush, B., Frankenfield, D., Warady, B., Watkins, S., Brem, A. Neu. Factors contributing to growth hormone use in short stature pediatric hemodialysis patients. Accepted for publication in Pediatric Nephrology. ()
  • Neu, A.M. Bedinger, M., Fivush, B.A., Warady, B.A., Watkins, S.L., Friedman, A.L., Brem, A.S., Goldstein, S.L., and Frankenfield, D.L. Growth in adolescent hemodialysis patients - Longitudinal data from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services End-Stage Renal Disease Clinical Performance Measures Project. Accepted for publication in Pediatric Nephrology. ()