Laura Maursetter is originally from Minnesota and completed her undergraduate education at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN. She moved to Chicago and completed her medical school training at Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and residency at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital. She joined the University of Wisconsin Nephrology Fellowship training program and enjoyed her time in Madison so much that she joined the faculty at the conclusion of her training. She is an active member of the American Society of Nephrology where she has served on the Executive Training Program Director Committee, the Workforce Committee where she chaired the Kidney TREKS program and is a co-director of the ASN National Board Review Course and Updates.
Dr. Maursetter serves as the Program Director for the University of Wisconsin Nephrology Fellowship and has an interest in medical education innovations. She is working on a wide range of projects that span from evaluation development, curriculum design and quality improvement. Her clinical responsibilities include a full range of inpatient services and outpatient nephrology care at the William S. Middleton Veterans Memorial Hospital and for correctional inmates via telemedicine. She sees hemodialysis patients both in the Madison area and in Portage at Divine Savior Hospital. She is actively involved with the National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin and American Society of Nephrology.
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