Name
Dr. George Nassar
Internal Medicine Residency
Residency in Internal Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA.
1989-92
Nephrology Fellowship
Fellowship in Nephrology, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA.
1992-95
Board Certification
Georgia State Medical License
1992 (inactivated 1998)
Commonwealth of Virginia Medical License
1994 (inactivated 1998)
Texas State Medical License
1997
Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)
1994
American Board of Internal Medicine
1992 and 2000
American Board of Nephrology
1994 and 2000
Present and Past Acedemic Titles
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine
8/00-Present
Assistant Professor of Medicine, and member of Baylor Nephrology Associates, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas
8/98-7/2000
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine and Houston Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Houston, Texas
8/97-7/2000
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Medical College of Virginia and McGuire Veterans Affairs Hospitals, Richmond, VA
7/95-7/97
Present and Past Society Memberships and Offices Held
National Kidney Foundation
1992-present
American Society of Nephrology
1992-present
International Society of Nephrology
1996-present
American University of Beirut Alumni Club
1989-present
Distinctions, Prizes, and Awards
Recipient of the National Kidney Foundation Research Fellowship Grant
7/94-6/96
Recipient of Virginia National Kidney Foundation Local Grant
7/95
Recipient of local Virginia Commonwealth University A. D. Williams Research Grant
10/95
Recipient of the National Kidney Foundation Young Investigator Grant
7/96-6/99
Recipient of Novartis Investigator Initiated Research Grant
6/99-Present
Publications
Published 36 articles on various aspects of kidney function and disease.