After medicine studies in Ghent, Amélie joined the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands, where she obtained her PhD degree in 2012 and qualified as a pathologist in 2015. From 2015 she has been working at the Antwerp University Hospital while also providing back-up nephropathology services for other Flemish university hospitals. In 2020 she started a position at the University Hospital of Ghent while remaining a consultant in Antwerp. She is a steering group member of the Flemish Collaborative Glomerulonephritis Group kidney biopsy registry, and involved in collaborative scientific projects about renal pathology and kidney biopsy registration.
Amélie is a KBC project team member (with Sabine and Mark).
After qualifying in medicine at the Eberhard Karl’s University in Tübingen, Germany, Sabine completed her training in pathology in Kiel, Germany. She joined the Department of Pathology at Haukeland University Hospital in Bergen, Norway, in 1997. As a consultant pathologist she is specialized in renal and gastrointestinal pathology. In addition, she has been working with digital pathology since 2011 and with structured health data since 2013. Sabine is registry pathologist at the Norwegian Renal Registry, here establishing a digital slide archive of all renal biopsies in Norway. Sabine completed her PhD about progression of renal disease in 2012 and works as associate professor at the University of Bergen. She is a member of the Renal Research Group and has co-authored 50 peer reviewed scientific papers. Her research interests are renal pathology, structured health data and digital pathology.
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Kerstin Amann: project owner
An De Vriese
Johan de Meester
Charles J. Jennette
Support from scientific organizations
ERA-EDTA European Renal Association – European Dialysis and Transplant Association
ESP European Society of Pathology
RPS Renal Pathology Society
ISN International Society of Nephrology
NBVN Nederlandstalige Belgische Vereniging Nefrologie