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Ed Gould, M.D.
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Ed Gould, MD, FASN is currently an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Nephrology and Hypertension here at Vanderbilt. He received his BS in Biology and BA in Chemistry at SUNY Albany and subsequently his MD at SUNY Upstate in Syracuse, NY. He came to Nashville in 2009 to complete his Internal Medicine residency at Vanderbilt. He subsequently served as Chief Resident before completing his nephrology fellowship here as well; also serving as Chief Fellow. Since joining the Nephrology faculty he has served as the Medical Director for Vanderbilt Outpatient Dialysis East, the Director of Quality for the division of nephrology, as well as serving in institutional roles on several divisional and departmental committees.
He is a member of the American Society of Nephrology (ASN) and serves as a member of the national ASN Quality Committee and is Co-Chair of the ASN Home Dialysis Task Force. As an extension of his work to enhance care delivery to patients with kidney disease, he also serves as content developer and lecturer for the Centers in Medicare and Medicaid Innovation’s (CMMI) Learning System, developing and delivering content around systems and operational improvements within the kidney care space.
Dr. Gould has an active clinical practice with a special emphasis on patients with autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD) and kidney stones. He has been principal investigator on a variety of clinical trials within those spaces, ranging from the phase 3 studies to investigate the efficacy of vasopressor antagonists in PCKD to studies focusing on investigational drugs for use in patients with rare or challenging kidney stone diseases, such as the various conditions leading to hyperoxaluria.
Dr. Gould is one of the core clinical faculty in the Vanderbilt Nephrology Training Program and active in the School of Medicine. He has been recognized for his work with trainees, receiving the Hugh Jackson Morgan best resident teacher and the nephrology fellowship award as best faculty educator.
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