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Michelle O’Shaughnessy, MD

Healthcare Professional
Cork University Hospital
Wilton, Cork, Ireland
Michelle O’Shaughnessy, MB BCh, MS, MRCPI was working at The Stanford University Medical Center till September 2019. She will begin employment at Cork University Hospital, Ireland, in January, 2020. Michelle O’Shaughnessy underwent clinical training in internal medicine and nephrology in Ireland, Australia, and the Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN), before coming to Stanford in 2013 to complete a nephrology research fellowship along with an M.S. degree in epidemiology and clinical research. Her fellowship research was supported by a Ben J. Lipps research fellowship from the American Society of Nephrology and by an industry-sponsored fellowship award.
 
She joined the nephrology faculty at Stanford in 2016 and had become an integral member of Stanford’s Glomerular Disease Center and Amyloid Center. In addition to seeing patients affected by kidney diseases such as amyloid, she conducts clinical outcomes studies using large patient databases and is an investigator for industry-sponsored clinical trials. 
 
Her research focuses particularly on patients with diseases affecting the glomerulus (or filtering apparatus) of the kidney, among which amyloid is an important cause.
 
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