Joshua D. King, MD
Instructor of Medicine, Nephrology
MD: Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine
My primary responsibility is for the care of patients at Augusta Medical Center. My research interests are in extracorporeal treatment of poisonings and drug dosing in the patient on dialysis. My clinical interests are critical care nephrology and care of the poisoned patient who requires extracorporeal therapy.
J. King and M. Atta. Careers in Nephrology: Restoring Interest by Restoring Control. Nephrology Times, Vol. 5 (8), p.2-3, 2012
P. Segal and J. King. Biochemistry. Chapter in Oxford American Handbook of Clinical Medicine, 2012 edition, ed. John Flynn and Michael Choi, Oxford University Press (forthcoming)
J. King and M. H. Rosner. Osmotic Demyelination Syndrome. American Journal of The Medical Sciences, Vol. 339 (6), pp.561-567, June 2010.
M. H. Rosner, J. King, and P. Monteleone. Therapeutic Drug Development for Kidney Diseases. Chapter in Development of Therapeutic Agents Handbook, Ed. S.C. Gad, John Wiley and Sons, December 2011.