Maureen Brogan M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine came to Westchester Medical Center in 2001 after doing a nephrology fellowship at Montefiore Medical Center/AECOM in the Bronx. Initially she became involved in teaching 2nd year medical students the medical history taking course. In the hospital, she worked on training nurses and fellows about Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy and has run 2 quality improvement projects on causes of clotting with this modality. She continues to teach students the pathophysiology course at New York Medical College and neprology lectures for the medicine residents at Westchester Medical Center. In 2006 she became the program director of the nephrology fellowship and director of the renal clinic. She is a member of Westchester Medical Center’s Graduate Medical Education Committee and a member of the American Society of Nephrology and New York Society of Nephrology. She has received house staff teaching awards from 2001-2010.