|Occupation||Nephrologist and Scientist|
|Introduction||Jeremy Duffield graduated from Oxford University in England, UK and Edinburgh University, Scotland UK. He moved to the USA in 2003 and joined the Harvard faculty in 2006, after his postdoctoral training at Edinburgh and Harvard. Dr. Duffield directs the Laboratory of Inflammation Research in the Renal division at the Brigham and Women's Hospital focused on the role of innate immune response cells, monocytes, in injury and repair and on the role of pericytes in vascular remodeling and fibrosis. He is an Assistant Professor at the Harvard Medical School and a member of Harvard Medical School, Harvard Stem Cell Institute and Harvard University Department of Immunology. Dr. Duffield is a recipient of the Young Investigator Award from the British Renal Association (2001), the Gottschalk Award from the American Society of Nephrology (2006) and an ARRA Challenge Grant from the NIH (2009). He also serves on a study section at the NIDDK and the Scientific Advisory Board of Promedior Inc. and Regulus Therapeutics. He practices Nephrology part time at Brigham and Women’s Hospital with special interests in SLE, Systemic Vasculitis and Pregnancy related kidney disorders.|
|Interests||Cycling, tennis, gardening, hiking, skiing, diving, history, economics, educating my children|
|Favorite Movies||Brazil, The Deep, Alien|
|Favorite Music||Schubert, Chopin, Mozart, Mahler and AC/DC|
|Favorite Books||MIdnight's children, Love in the time of Cholera, the Ascent of Money|
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