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Eugene Rhee, MD, is chief of the Nephrology Division at the Massachusetts General Hospital, principal investigator in the Nephrology Division and Endocrine Unit at the Mass General and associate professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School.  He graduated from Brown University and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and completed his training in Internal Medicine and Nephrology at the MGH.  His laboratory studies kidney metabolism using epidemiologic, physiologic, and experimental approaches, with the goal to identify novel markers and mediators of kidney disease and its complications.  Dr. Rhee sees general nephrology patients in Renal Associates and attends on the inpatient nephrology consult, ICU, and dialysis services.  He lives with his wife and two daughters in Newton, MA.