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Schneider Rosa

Dr. Rosa Schneider 


Medical School

University of Vilna, Faculty of Medicine, Lithuania 



Internal Medicine and Nephrology 






Senior Physician - Institute of Nephrology and Hypertension, Barzilai Medical Center 

Head of the Hemodialysis Unit

Head of the Lipid Clinic

Member of the Infection Control Committee 

Member of the Institutinal Review Board (Ethics) Committee  

Chairman of the Employee Health Committee  


Clinical Experience

1975-1978- Resident in Internal Medicine, Barzilai Medical Center, Ashkelon  

1978-1983- Fellowship in Nephrology, Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer 

1983- Rotation in Pathology, Beilinson Medical Center, Petach Tikvah 

1984- Rotation in Nephrology, Kaplan Medical Center, Rehovot. 


Academic Appointment 

Lecturer at the Faculty of Health Sciences, Ben Gurion University of the Negev. 


Membership in Professional Organizations in Israel and Abroad 

Israel Medical Association 

State Physicians Association  

Israeli Association for Nephrology and Hypertension

Israeli Society of Hypertension

Israeli Society of Atherosclerosis

European Dialysis and Transplant Association 

International Society of Nephrology 

National Kidney Foundation 


Clinical Research  

Investigator in the HOT multicenter multinational study 

Investigator in the INSIGHT multicenter multinational study 

Investigator in the CONVINCE multicenter multinational study 

Investigator in the CALM multicenter multinational study 

Investigator in the HEAT multicenter multinational study 

Investigator in the EPO-Int 14 multicenter multinational study 

ESAM 2000  ESAM 2003 

Detection of Fabry in the ESRD population in Israel 


Scientific Publications 

A total of 9 publications in medical journals in Israel and abroad have been published so far. 



Chapters in Textbooks 

  1. Laina A., Abrashkin S., Weininiger J., Griffel L., Schneider R., Lupo L., Rosenman H., Cortex and medullary proton NMR gentamicin and glycerol induced acute renal failure in rats. Proceeding of the European Dialysis Association. Ed S. Davison. 22. 1008-1011, 1985. 
  2. Weininger J., Abrashkin S., Griffel L., Schneider R., Lobel R., Laine A., Renal Proton Magnetic Resonance differentiates chronic renal failure with low or normal protein diet in rats. Uremia Prevention 1988. 
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