The aim of the Society is to promote research knowledge of paediatric nephrology through teaching, scientific meetings and other methods, for the benefit of children with renal disease.



Secretary General Rosanna Coppo (Italy)
Assistant Secretary
Elena Levtchenko (Belgium)
Treasurer Dieter Haffner (Germany) 
Council Members Ali Duzova (Turkey)
Carmine Pecoraro (Italy)
Fatoş Yalçınkaya (Turkey)
Helena Pinto (Portugal)
Justine Bacchetta (France)
Rukshana Shroff (UK)
Søren Rittig (Denmark)
Stefanie Weber (Germany)
President elect Johan van de Walle (Belgium)
Representatives on the IPNA council Rosanna Coppo ex Officio (Italy)
Emma Francesco (Italy)
György Reusz (Hungary)
Dieter Haffner (Germany)
Detlef Bockenhauer (United Kingdom)
Anna Bjerre (Norway)
Rezan Topaloglu (Turkey)

What's new on the website:

You can reach 1st ERA-EDTA / ESPN Joint Symposium presentations & CME credit ESPN Working Group presentations during47th ESPN Annual Meeting in Porto in 2014 from ESPN members area

ESPN Research Grant 2014 ; the call is closed & the results were announced at ESPN General Assembly Meeting in Porto.

Award Winners 2014
Dieter Haffner
Stefanie Weber
Elena Volokhina & Kathleen Claes 
Licia Peruzzi
Max Liebau


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World Kidney Day activities in ESPN Centres



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Click here for a list of all previous Secretary Generals/Assistant Secretaries and Council Members.
Click here for details about the Education Committee.
Click here for an expenses claim form.

Click here to go to the Registry web site.
Recently two papers from the ESPN/ERA-EDTA registry were published, one in Kidney International and the other in CJASN.