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Dr. Desaias interests include cancer research, medical marijuana, and the use of marijuana as a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). His academic interest is heart and kidney transplantation, which combines research in cardiology, neurology, neurosurgery, medicine, neuroscience, psychiatry, psychology and psychology.
Dr. Zikos is the director of several studies in renal physiology at Christ University and is very active in academic activities at Southwest Nephrology. His career has included various administrative roles, including that of president of the medical staff of Christ Hospital. He is currently the Chair of the Department of Nephrology at Christ Hospital and has been appointed to the Board of Trustees of Southwestern University Medical Center (SWUMC) and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIC). Dr. Desaias interest in medical education, research and clinical practice is actively involved in this through his work as Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery.
He received a scholarship for nephrology at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he was also Chief Fellow. He did his research after his doctorate at Rush University Medical Center (Rush Medical School) and worked in the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery and the Faculty of Medicine at UIC, where he is currently a professor of neurology.
He received a degree in nephrology from the University of Chicago, then went to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and completed his residency in internal medicine. He then received a fellowship in the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery at Rush University Medical Center (Rush Medical School) and then a residency in internal medicine at St. Louis Children's Hospital.
He then completed a medical residency at Rush University and a fellowship in the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery at St. Louis Children's Hospital in 2010. He completed his training as a nephrologist at the University of Chicago Medical Center (UIC) and then returned to the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command (USARDC) in Washington D.C. He also completed an internship and a residency in neurology at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. After completing his residency, he went to Columbia University School of Medicine in New York City for two years, where he completed a three-month internship, one-year scholarship and two-year training.
He completed a Master of Science in Nursing at Lewis University and was certified as an adult gerontology nurse in 2019. Dr. Oyama then completed a combined residency at Rush University in the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery and a fellowship at St. Louis Children's Hospital in 2010. Before moving to Chicago, he had a two-year residency in neurology at Columbia University School of Medicine in New York City and a two-year training at Johns Hopkins University Medical Center in Baltimore. After completing his medical degree and a three-month internship at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, she completed a four-week internship, a two-year scholarship, and a one-year scholarship at Rush University. Dr. Ybanez holds a Bachelor of Science and a PhD in Medicine from the University of the Philippines.
She completed a four-week internship at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where she was also Chief Resident.
She moved to the United States to complete her Internal Medicine training at Rosalind Chicago Medical School, where she served as Chief Resident. After joining Southwest Nephrology Associates in 2013, she has been a member of the Nephrology Association and the Living Nephrology Society of Chicago since 2014. She has worked in several dialysis units, including the Department of Health and Human Services at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and is currently Director of the Department of Nephro-Nephronomy and Nephrotic Services at UIC's Children's Hospital Chicago. He is the founder and executive director of the nephrology department of Southwestern Nephroscience Associates and an associate professor in the College of Medicine and Clinical Medicine at Southland Medical Center.
She then completed a master of science in nursing at Governors State University and was certified a family nurse in 2017. She has had experience as a resident physician in a busy cardiology office, and she also worked in an intensive care unit at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Medical Center. She has experience working with the center's hemodialysis patients, but she has also worked with patients in the emergency room, emergency room and other intensive care units.