Dr. George Nassar is a nephrologist in Houston, TX and has a voluntary faculty position in Weill Cornell Medical College where he holds the title of Clinical Professor of Medicine. He is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Houston Methodist Hospital, Kindred Hospital Houston Medical Center, and Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center. He received his medical degree from American University of Beirut Faculty of Medicine in 1988. He received his Internal Medicine Degree from Emory University in 1992, and completed his Renal fellowship from Emory University in 1995. He has been in practice 24 years. He speaks fluent Arabic. He is experienced in multiple aspects of nephrology including general clinical nephrology, diabetic kidney disease, transplant nephrology, intensive care nephrology, vascular access management, interventional nephrology, hypertension, kidney stone disease, and dialysis treatment. He has been a National Speaker and consultant on hypertension, Congestive Heart Failure, Metabolic Bone Disease, and anemia in patients with kidney failure. He also conducts clinical trials in new treatments for kidney disease. He participates in renal fellowship education as a key faculty in the Methodist Renal Fellowship program. He is also an adjunct professor in Texas A&M University as he participates in the teaching program of medical students. He has received awards from the NKF and Davita LifeLine for patient care. He has numerous publications in peer reviewed journals that can be tracked online via Pubmed.