Sharon M. Moe, MD, is the Associate Dean for Clinical and Translational Research, and the Co-Director for the Indiana Clinical Translational Sciences Institute. She is also Director of the Division of Nephrology and Stuart A. Kleit Professor of Medicine for the Indiana University School of Medicine. She has been a faculty member at Indiana University since 1992, and in 2019 was named Distinguished Professor at IU. Dr. Moe is the principal investigator for several ongoing basic and clinical research studies in the field of Chronic Kidney Disease -Mineral Bone Disorder (CKD-MBD), including studies on vascular calcification, mineral metabolism and bone metabolism in kidney disease. Her research has been funded by the NIH and Veterans Affairs for over 20 years, in addition to funding from foundations and pharmaceutical companies. She has authored over 200 scientific manuscripts, teaching manuscripts and textbook chapters and has mentored over 25 pre/post docs and clinical fellows on NIH awards. Dr. Moe served on the National Kidney Foundation’s Bone and Mineral metabolism K/DOQI clinical practice guidelines in 2003, was co-chair of the international KDIGO Mineral and Bone guidelines released in 2009, and a member of the 2017 update committee. She has serves on numerous ad hoc NIH study sections, and was recently named as a standing member to the AMSC study section. Key Honors include election to the American Society for Clinical Research in 2005; the National Kidney Foundation in Gareb Eknoyan Award for exceptional contributions to key initiatives of the such as the Kidney Disease Outcomes Quality Initiative (KDOQI) in 2009; Councilor to the AHA Kidney Council (2002-2004), Councilor for the International Society of Nephrology (2005-2007), Councilor for the American Society of Nephrology from 2008- 2015; President of the American Society of Nephrology from 2013-2014, and election to the American Association of Physicians (AAP) in 2017.