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CJASN Trainee Peer Review Program



The purpose of the CJASN Trainee Peer Review Program is to provide nephrology trainees in the United States and Canada with experience in peer review during their fellowship training. CJASN has created two podcasts on the peer review process and identified additional valuable resources to help trainees learn about peer review.

The CJASN Editorial Team thanks the Editors, Editorial Board Members, and Reviewers​, including the Mentor and Mentee participants of the CJASN Trainee Peer Review Program, who have contributed to CJASN in 2022.

Launched in 2019, participation in the CJASN Trainee Peer Review Program has grown year over year.


A special thanks to the 73 US and Canadian adult and pediatric training programs participating in the CJASN Trainee Peer Review program. Mentors' institutions are noted in the map below.


CJASN thanks our podcast participants: Deputy Editors Michel Chonchol and Ian de Boer and Editor-at-Large Mitchell Rosner

CJASN Peer Review Resources:

Reviewer Guidelines for the ASN Journals Detailed information is provided including benefits of serving as a reviewer, reviewer responsibilities, ethical considerations, and more.  

Additional Resources:

Questions? Please contact Natalie Ngo, CJASN Managing Editor, at [email protected]