Board CertificationAmerican Board of Pediatrics (Pediatrics)American Board of Pediatrics (Sub: Pediatric Nephrology)
Board Certification and Academic Information
Academic Departments Pediatrics -Primary Board CertificationAmerican Board of Pediatrics (Pediatrics)American Board of Pediatrics (Sub: Pediatric Nephrology)
Fellowship Pediatric Nephrology - Stanford University School of Medicine Chief Fellow Pediatric Nephrology - Stanford University School of Medicine Fellow Chief Resident Pediatrics - Stanford University School of Medicine Chief Resident Categorical Pediatrics - Stanford University School of Medicine Resident Professional Medical Osteopathic Medicine - Midwestern University Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine D.O. Major: Molecular Biology; Minors: Chemistry & Religious Studies - University of Denver B.S.
- Miller P, Xiao AY, Kung VL, Sibley RK, Higgins JP, Kambham N, Charu V, Lenihan C, Uber A, Talley EM, Arora N, Walavalkar V, Laszik ZG, Nast CC, Troxell ML (2020). Progression of proliferative glomerulonephritis with monoclonal IgG deposits in pediatric patients. Pediatr Nephrol, 36(4), 927-937.
- Uber AM, Montez-Rath ME, Kwiatkowski DM, Krawczeski CD, Sutherland SM (2018). Nephrotoxin exposure and acute kidney injury in critically ill children undergoing congenital cardiac surgery. Pediatr Nephrol, 33(11), 2193-2199.
- Chaudhuri L, Vincelette ND, Koh BD, Naylor RM, Flatten KS, Peterson KL, McNally A, Gojo I, Karp JE, Mesa RA, Sproat LO, Bogenberger JM, Kaufmann SH, Tibes R (2013). CHK1 and WEE1 inhibition combine synergistically to enhance therapeutic efficacy in acute myeloid leukemia ex vivo. Haematologica, 99(4), 688-96.
- Uber AM, Sutherland SM (2019). Nephrotoxins and nephrotoxic acute kidney injury. [Review]. Pediatr Nephrol, 35(10), 1825-1833.
- Uber AM, Sutherland SM (2018). Acute kidney injury in hospitalized children: consequences and outcomes. [Review]. Pediatr Nephrol, 35(2), 213-220.