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Dr Kate Bramham is a Consultant Nephrologist at King’s College Hospital and Senior Clinical Lecturer at King's College London. She is UK Deputy Lead for Rare Renal Diseases Registry, UK CKD Africa Genetics group lead and the London Kidney Network Health Inequalities scoping committee. She has authored several original manuscripts and book chapters on renal disease, pregnancy and ethnicity. She is leading several clinical studies and trials in the UK and in Zambia and Sierra Leone to improve detection of early kidney disease, using point-of-care approaches and novel treatments to protect kidney function in people of African ancestry. Kate is passionate about working closely with Black communities to change the trajectory of kidney disease.