Welcome to our list of WIT mentors.  The mentors are shown by TTS region (i.e., Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East and Africa, North America and finally Oceania).


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Dr. Mona Alrukhaimi is Professor of Medicine at Dubai Medical College, United Arab Emirates. She is the current President of the Emirates Medical Association Nephrology Society, Co-chair of ISN-GO Middle East Committee, and the leader of the KDIGO Implementation Task Force for the Middle East & African Regions. She is a Member of the Governing Board of the Arab Society of Nephrology & Renal Transplantation. She is the first female Nephrologist and Internist in UAE. Graduated from the University of Kuwait in 1983 and subsequently received her MRCP (UK) in 1989, FRCP Edinburg - 2001 and FRCP London - 2005

Dr. Alrukhaimi has actively organized World Kidney Day activities in the UAE since 2006 and the past four rounds of the ISN Update Course in Nephrology. She played an active role in the Declaration of Istanbul on Organ Trafficking and Transplant Tourism and continues to be an active member of its custodian group. She is a member of the Steering Committee for Women in Transplantation under TTS.

Dr Alrukhaimi has received various prestigious awards, including the Ministry of Education Award, UAE (1976), Sheikh Rashid AlMaktoum Award for Postgraduate achievement (1989) and the National Kidney Foundation International Distinguished Medalist, USA (2007).