Department of Medicine
Anna Zisman’s current research seeks to evaluate renal mineral delivery and excretion in patients with nephrolithiasis via several General Clinical Research Center protocols. Specifically, she is interested in oxalate handling in calcium stone formers. She also studies the factors influencing calcium phosphate and calcium oxalate crystallization in the transplant kidney.
A member of the Section of Nephrology, Zisman is the recipient of numerous awards: winner of the National Kidney Foundation of Illinois Controversies in Nephrology Fellows Debate; Fellow of the Year, University of Chicago Department of Medicine; Radhika Srinivasan Gender-Based Research Award, American College of Gastroenterology; and the University of Wisconsin Medical Scholars Program.
Zisman holds a BS (with honors in liberal arts) and an MD from the University of Wisconsin.
Zisman joined the University of Chicago faculty in 2010.