Andrea I. Havasi, MD Researcher
Nephrology Fellowship Program
Onco-Nephrology / Amyloidosis Pathway
Boston University School of Medicine
72 East Concord St.
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Andrea Havasi is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Boston University. She is board certified in internal medicine and nephrology. She received her medical degree from Semmelweis School of Medicine, Budapest, Hungary. She completed residency from Bridgeport Hospital-Yale Health Care, Bridgeport CT and renal fellowship at Boston University School of Medicine, Boston Massachusetts.
As a recipient of the National Kidney Foundation Research Fellow Award, she undertook research training at BMC investigating the cytoprotective mechanisms of heat shock proteins in ischemic renal cell injury and apoptosis.
She joined the Renal Section Faculty in 2008, and continues basic and translational research in the area of renal cell injury and proteinuric kidney diseases using cell culture and animal models. She is the recipient of the American Heart Association Scientist Development Grant and NIH K08 award. She has a special clinical and research interest in onco-nephrology and amyloidosis, and is a faculty in BU’s Amyloidosis Center.
Dr. Havasi is a Co-Director of BU’s Mitochondria Affinity Research Collaborative, and Director of Nephrology Fellowship Program’s Onco-nephrology / Amyloidosis Pathway. Her clinical roles include attending time on the consult and dialysis/transplant services and weekly outpatient clinics (amyloidosis, chronic kidney disease, hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis clinics).