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Assistant Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics

Dr. Dorey Glenn is a pediatric nephrologist and investigator in the field of glomerular disease. He primarily studies pneumococcal and influenza vaccine effectiveness and infection epidemiology in immunosuppressed populations. He is also interested in pediatric nephrology education and clinical care in low-resource settings. This has included roles as a medical educator and research mentor with members of the departments of Pediatrics in Thimphu, Bhutan and Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Dr. Glenn previously served as co-chair and chair of the global health sub-committee of the American Society of Pediatric Nephrology (2018-2021) and is an active member of the pediatric steering committee for the non-profit organization, Health Volunteers Overseas (2020-present). He was awarded a “Golden Apple” award (2021) for developing an innovative partnership between the American Society of Pediatric Nephrology, the International Pediatric Nephrology Association, and Health Volunteers Overseas to promote global health volunteerism among pediatric nephrologists. Dr. Glenn continues to be involved in the clinical care of children with renal disease at the University of North Carolina.

Dorey A. Glenn, MD MPH