John K. Maesaka, M.D. – Top Research Nephrologist

New York, NY – John K. Maesaka, M.D., is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Top Research Nephrologist in the Medical field with NYU Langone Health.

John K. Maesaka, M.D.

Nephrology is a specialty of medicine that focuses on kidney physiology, kidney disease, the treatment of kidney problems and renal replacement therapy. Dr. John K. Maesaka has been committed to the field of medicine as long as he can remember. In medical school at Boston University, he had great role models who exposed him to Nephrology. It was the perfect fit encompassing different organs. His research on Nephrological issues especially concerning Hyponatremia is based on firm science, because by far it is unquestioned, translating his research into real clinical treatments to help patients.

Dr. John K. Maesaka graduated from Boston University in 1961with his Medical Degree. Following earning his MD, Dr. Maesaka continued on to his Residency at Washington University – Barnes-Jewish Hospital, of Internal Medicine, finishing in 1963 and continuing his education and residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, for Internal Medicine, completing in 1967. In pursuit of more knowledge to achieve his lofty goals Dr. Maesaka was invited back for a Fellowship at Washington University – Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Medicine-Nephrology where he finished in 1970.

To those engaged in the education to move forward in the field of Nephrology, Dr. Maesaka wants you to remember to find your passion, do what you love and you never work a day in your life, work hard to know the subject fundamentally and stay persistent. Having fantastic role models and always committing yourself is always a plus.

In memoriam of his mentor, Dr. Maesaka dedicates his success to his mentor Marvin Levitt, MD Chief of Nephrology at Mt Sinai Medical Center.

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