Joel Murphy, MD Nephropathologist
Dr. Joel Murphy joined our physician staff after the successful completion of his renal pathology fellowship here at Arkana. He completed his pathology residency at University of Virginia where he was Chief Resident and received his MD from University of Texas at Houston. During his fellowship, Dr. Murphy developed and hosted the Fellowing Joel video series sharing his daily experiences as a fellow, and he continues to be a member of the Social Media team working on new educational series.
At Arkana, Dr. Murphy is always willing to lend a helping hand and has been known to help out several times in a pinch when the deadlines are tight but the work needs to get done. Outside of work, Dr. Murphy enjoys spending time with his family, working out with his co-workers, and even occasionally impressing everyone in a pick-up soccer game. We are lucky to get to work with Dr. Murphy and are thankful he has joined the Arkana team.
Education & Stats
Our fellowship-trained pathologists have decades of experience interpreting biopsies.
|Joined The Arkana Team||2019|
|Doctor of Medicine||University of Texas at Houston|
|Pathology Residency||University of Virginia|
|Board Certification||American Board of Pathology|
|Renal Pathology Fellowship||Arkana Laboratories|
Featured Publications by Joel Murphy, M.D.
Anti-Brush Border Antibody Disease (Anti-LRP2 Nephropathy) Associated With Lupus… Anti-Brush Border Antibody Disease (Anti-LRP2…
Anti–brush border antibody disease (ABBAD) is a rare autoimmune disease associated with acute kidney injury and…
Anti–brush border antibody disease (ABBAD) is a rare autoimmune disease associated with acute kidney injury and tubulointerstitial damage.
Infantile Nephrocalcinosis Resulting From A Pathogenic CYP24A1 Mutation Infantile Nephrocalcinosis Resulting From A…
Hypercalcemia is a rare finding in children but is most common in neonates. Unlike adults, in whom the vast majority of…
Hypercalcemia is a rare finding in children but is most common in neonates. Unlike adults, in whom the vast majority of cases are due to hyperparathyroidism and malignancy, the etiology of childhood hypercalcemia is diverse and commonly presents…