Dr. Jun-ki Park

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Education:
Heinrich-Heine-University, Duesseldorf, Germany

Residency in Internal Medicine:
Jacobi Medical Center, Bronx, NY & Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY

Fellowship in Nephrology:
New York University, New York, NY

Board certification:
Diplomat of the American Board of Internal medicine and Nephrology.

Publication:

“Radioisotope blood volume measurement in hemodialysis patients”
Sonika Puri, Jun-KI Park, Frank Modersitzki, David S. Goldfarb;
Hemodial Int. Apr 18(2): 406-14

“Expression of Notch pathway proteins correlates with albuminuria, glomerulosclerosis, and renal function”

Mariana Murea, Jun-KI Park, Shuchita Sharma, Hideki Kato, Antje Gruenwald, Thiruvur Niranjan, Han Si, David B. Thoma, James M. Pullman, Michael L. Melamed and Katalin Susztak; Kidney Int. 2010 Sep; 78(5): 514-22

“Common over activation of Notch pathway proteins in acquired renal diseases”
Mariana Murea, Jun-Ki Park at al; Poster presentation at 2009 American Society of Nephrology Annual Meeting, San Diego, October 2010

“Troponin alarm in a patient with hereditary cardiomyopathy”
Jun-Ki Park, Alfred P. Burger; Clinical Vignettes Poster presentation at 2010 Society of Hospital Medicine Annual Meeting, Washington D.C. and 2010 Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting, Minnesota, April 2010

“The Hyper-Importance of Hyperinfection”
Judith Green, Alfred P. Burger, Jun-Ki Park; Clinical Vignettes Poster presentation at 2010 Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting, Minnesota, April 2010

Professional Associations:

American Medical Association
American Society of Nephrology
Renal Physicians Association