ERKNet Reference Center


London, Great Ormond Street Hospital




"The Renal Unit provides a comprehensive diagnostic and treatment service for children with renal disorders. It is the largest paediatric renal unit in the UK with >1000 admissions, >7000 outpatient visits, and approximately 25 new renal transplants and >50 patients on dialysis per year. It receiveds numerous tertiary and quartenary referrals from within the UK, as well as abroad.
The Unit comprises a 14-bedded ward. As well as renal replacement therapy (RRT), the unit also covers every other aspect of Paediatric Nephrology with special expertise in congenital renal anomalies, nephrotic syndrome, hypertension, vasculitis, tubular, metabolic and stone disorders."


Detlef Bockenhauer   (HCP Lead)  [e-mail]  [Show profile]

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Rukshana Shroff   (HCP Deputy Lead)  [e-mail]  [Show profile]

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Wesley Hayes   [e-mail]  [Show profile]

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Daljit Hothi   [e-mail]  [Show profile]

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D Stephen Marks   [e-mail]  [Show profile]

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Lesley Rees   [e-mail]  [Show profile]

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Jelena Stojanovic   [e-mail]  [Show profile]

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Kjell Tullus   [e-mail]  [Show profile]

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G William van`t Hoff   [e-mail]  [Show profile]

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Aoife Waters   [e-mail]  [Show profile]

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JD Paul Winyard   [e-mail]  [Show profile]

Further team members


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Katrin Hoffmann   [e-mail]  [Show profile]

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Lopez Garcia Sergio Camilo   [e-mail]  [Show profile]

Disease expertise

» Hereditary glomerulopathies
» Immune glomerulopathies
» Tubulopathies
» Metabolic & stone disorders
» Thrombotic microangiopathies
» AD structural kidney disorders
» Renal malformations
» Obstructive nephropathies
» Pediatric CKD & dialysis
» Pediatric kidney transplantation

Task forces

» Education & Training
» Guidelines & Pathways
» Research


Detlef Bockenhauer
Telephone: 442074059200
Fax: 442078298841



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