Dr. Arjang Djamali completed his baccalaureate degree at the Lycée d’Etat Carnot in Cannes, France, in 1987, majoring in mathematics and physics. He obtained his Masters Degree in Immunology in 1994 and his Medical Degree in 1996, both from the Faculté de Médecine de Montpellier. Dr. Djamali started his nephrology training in Montpellier before joining the University of Wisconsin (UW) Madison Transplant Program in 1998 as a post-doctorate fellow. He completed his internal medicine residency at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI, in 2001, and his nephrology fellowship at the UW, Madison in 2003. In the same year, Dr. Djamali joined the Division of Nephrology, Department of Medicine, as an Assistant Professor (tenure track). He rose through the ranks to Full Professor with tenure in 2015. Dr. Djamali has been appointed Division Head of Nephrology at UW Health since 2011, where he also practices as a transplant nephrologist. The goal of Dr. Djamali’s research program is to improve the health and well-being of patients with transplant kidney disease. In particular, his work focuses on antibody-mediated processes, renal fibrosis, and disease progression/outcomes after renal transplantation. He has examined this topic using basic, clinical, and translational studies at one of the finest transplant centers in the world. Dr. Djamali currently serves as an Associate Editor for Kidney360, the latest ASN journal, and as a member of the grants review committee for ASN. Dr. Djamali's research has been funded by Industry, Foundations, and the National Institute of Health and he has been a frequent invited speaker in the US, Europe, and Asia. Dr. Djamali has mentored outstanding trainees who have gone to become leaders in the field of transplantation across the globe.