Meeting Complex Challenges in Proteinuric Glomerular Disease: An Expert Review of Emerging Data and Novel Therapeutics for IgA Nephropathy
This activity will take learners on a deep dive into the pathophysiology of proteinuric glomerular disease, with an incisive focus on IgA nephropathy (IgAN). Expert faculty will review the totality of emerging evidence for novel therapeutics in IgAN, including an appraisal of consensus guidelines and regulatory updates. Finally, the session will conclude with a case-based segment wherein attendees will get to apply the principles they’ve learned to real-world clinical scenarios.
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Physicians and researchers specializing in nephrology, particularly those who manage patients with glomerular disease.
- Examine the undergirding pathophysiologic processes driving pathogenesis and progression of glomerular disease, emphasizing the critical importance of proteinuria as a clinical hallmark and clinical trial endpoint.
- Distinguish focal segmental IgA nephropathy (IgAN) from other forms of glomerular disease, from diagnosis to clinicopathology to evidence-based treatment.
- Describe the expanding clinical trial evidentiary base for novel therapies being investigated for IgAN, including current expert consensus guideline recommendations.
- Discuss the evolving regulatory landscape for novel therapies in IgAN, with expert insights into how these updates will directly impact clinical practice and improve patient care.
- Using a real-world, patient case-based approach, evaluate evidence-supported strategies for IgAN patient evaluation, disease diagnosis, and adaptive, longitudinal management using novel therapeutics.
Presented by Creative Educational Concepts, LLC.
Supported through an independent educational grant from Travere.
5 min: Welcome and Introductions/Pre-test
10 min: The Fundamentals of Glomerular Disease: Pathophysiology, Podocytopathy, and Proteinuria
25 min: A Deep Dive into IgAN: Embracing Novel Therapeutic Approaches to Optimize Outcomes
10 min: Translating Research Findings into Clinical Action: Bridging Current Chasms in IgAN Management
10 min: Conversation with the Experts/Live Audience Q&A/Post-test
Jai Radhakrishnan, MD (Activity Chair)
Irving Medical Center
New York, NY
Richard Lafayette, MD
Professor of Medicine (Nephrology)
Stanford Health Care
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Jai Radhakrishnan, MD–has disclosed that he receives salary/employment from Columbia University. He receives grants from Goldfinch Bio and Vertex and has previously received a grant from Travere. He is also an advisor or consultant to ANI Pharmaceuticals, Inc, Aurinia Pharmaceuticals Inc., Angion Biomedica Corp, Equillium, Genzyme, GlaxoSmithKline, Mallinckrodt, Sanofi, and Travere.
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Elizabeth Hendren, MD–has no relevant financial relationships to disclose in relation to the content of this activity.
Erin Spencer, PharmD–has no relevant financial relationships to disclose in relation to the content of this activity.
Jessica Hall–has no relevant financial relationships to disclose in relation to the content of this activity.
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