Didier Mandelbrot received the A.B. degree in 1984 from Harvard College and the M.D. degree in 1989 from the University of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine, Pa, USA. He was a Resident in internal medicine, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in 1989-1992, a Fellow in nephrology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital in 1992-1996, an Instructor in medicine in 1996-2000 in Harvard, and an Assistant Professor in medicine in 2000-2003 and 2003-2005 at UMass. He has been an Assistant Professor in medicine at Harvard since 2005. Mandelbrot was a Member of AST Membership Committee, AST (2000-2003) and Clinical Trials Unit Advisory Committee, UMass (2003-2004). He was the Director of the Renal Division Research, UMass, 2004-2005. Since 2007, he has been Medical Director, Living Kidney Donor Program at BIDMC and Member of Living Kidney Donor Evaluation Committee also at BIDMC. Since 2008, he has been the Chair of Transplant Center Database Committee, BIDMC and Member of AST Clinical Research Advisory Council, AST. Since 2009, Mandelbrot has been the Chair of ASN Abstract Review Committee, ASN, Member of Transplant Advisory Group, ASN, and Chair of Healthy Donor Website Workgroup, AST. Since 2010, he has been a Member of Joint Societies Living Donor Workgroup, AST. His main research areas are currently evaluation and followup of living kidney donors, immunosuppressive regimens for kidney transplantation, and novel methods in the measurement of renal function with over 50 publications. He received the Philadelphia Commission on AIDS Research Grant in 1988, the Lupus Foundation of America Student Research Grant in 1988, the NIH NRSA in 1993-1994, the NIH K11 in 1994-1999, the AHA Grand-In-Aid in 2000-2003, the Wyeth Investigator-Initiated Grant in 2006, the NIH R21 (Coinvestigator) in 2006-2008, the NIH RO1 (Coinvestigator) (2006-), and NIH RO1 (Co-PI) (2011-).
Biography Updated on 25 August 2011