Director of The Usc/Ukro Kidney Research Center
Chief, Division of Nephrology
Dr. Hallows is studying the metabolic control of kidney epithelial salt and water transport mechanisms with relevance to hypertension, acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease. He is also studying the role of metabolic changes in autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease and other kidney diseases at various levels.
After completing his undergraduate training at Brown University, Dr. Hallows earned his PhD and MD degrees from the University of Rochester. He then went on to complete residency in internal medicine and then a fellowship in nephrology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. After spending a year as an instructor at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Hallows moved to the University of Pittsburgh as an assistant professor, then associate professor of medicine, before moving to the Keck School of Medicine of USC in 2015.
American Physiological Society: Lazaro J. Mandel Young Investigator Award, 2009
American Society of Nephrology: Carl W. Gottschalk Research Scholar Grantee, 2006
American Society of Nephrology: Fellow, 2004
University of Pennsylvania: J. Russell Elkinton Renal Fellow Teaching Award, 1999-2000
National Kidney Foundation: Renal Fellow Research Forum Prize, 1999
Alpha Omega Alpha: National Medical Honor Society, 1994
University of Rochester : William F. Neuman Award in Biophysics, 1992
University of Rochester: Edward F. Adolph Prize in Physiology, 1988
University of Rochester: Walle J.H. Nauta Award in Neural Sciences, 1988
Brown University: Susan Colver Rosenberger Prize in Biology, 1987
Brown University: CBS Merit Scholarship, 1983-1987