The Division of Nephrology is an accomplished community of academic nephrologists, with 42 full-time members across the University of Toronto at leading hospitals including University Health Network, (Toronto Western Hospital and Toronto General Hospital), Unity Health Toronto (St. Michael's Hospital and St. Joseph's Health Centre) and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. Our division consists of many diverse subspecialties including home and hemodialysis, kidney/kidney-pancreas transplantation, glomerular disease, hereditary kidney disease, geriatric and palliative renal medicine, kidney, and onco-nephrology. With this breadth of expertise, we are proud to be able to provide outstanding clinical care, conduct ground breaking research, and offer numerous training opportunities in nephrology.

The Division of Nephrology has trained over 400 international trainees from over 40 countries. We have one of the largest nephrology training programs with core nephrology training and diverse fellowships in glomerulonephritis, heritable kidney disease, home dialysis, palliative care, onconephrology and more.

Division Director

Meet the Division Director for Nephrology

Nephrology Education and Training

Whether you are an applicant or a current trainee, here's where you'll find everything you need to know about the Royal College Nephrology Resident and Fellowship Programs.

Resident and Fellow Resources

Where you’ll find everything from trainee schedules, manuals, learning resources and more.

Nephrology Fellowships

Nephrology Research

Nephrology News

Here we celebrate all of the accomplishments of our faculty and trainees, share upcoming events and ground-breaking research news.