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Enjoy a better life and brighter future through kidney disease treatment and research in San Antonio and South Texas

LISA O. CABRERA, M.D.

Dr. Lisa Cabrera has been proud to call San Antonio home for all of her medical career after receiving her undergraduate degree from Princeton University. She completed all of her medical studies, residencies, and fellowship at San Antonio’s University Health Science Center. Dr. Cabrera joined Renal Associates in 2002. She branched away from our downtown location to serve patients in the south side area of San Antonio. Dr. Cabrera is board certified in Nephrology. In addition to seeing patients, she diligently researches many facets to improve the ability to treat Kidney Disease.

Education

MD, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, 1997

Postgraduate Training

Internship in Internal Medicine, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, 1998
Residency in Internal Medicine, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, 2000
Fellowship in Nephrology, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, 2002

Board Certifications

American Society of Nephrology
American College of Physicians
American Medical Association
Texas Association of Latin American Students
Bexar County Medical Society
Texas Medical Association

Professional Organizations, Societies

American Society of Nephrology
State of Texas Kidney Foundation
Renal Physicians Association
American College of Physicians, Fellow
Texas Medical Association
Bexar County Medical Society
Phi Chi Medical Fraternity, Univ. of Texas Medical Branch

Awards and Honors

Recognized in UHS newspaper as a “Shining Star” by Dialysis patients. September 2001
National Kidney Foundation Educational Stipend Recipient. April 2000 & April 2001
American College of Physician Poster, Semifinalist. May 1999
Research Day Winner. May 1999Outstanding Internal Medicine Resident. May 1999
Bechet Scholarship. March 1996
Mexican American Physician Association Scholarship. 1993-1995
Sigma Xi. 1993-1994

Scientific Presentations

Princeton University, Molecular/Developmental Biology Research: Distribution of Extracellular Matrix Molecules of Early Axolotl Ambystoma Mexicanum Embryos; 1991-1993

UT Health Science Center San Antonio, Pediatric Infectious Disease Research; EBV/HPV Infected Cells’ Response to Carcinogens; Summer 1994

UT Health Science Center San Antonio, Calcific Uremic Arteriolopathy; Research Day, May 1999

UT Health Science Center San Antonio, American College of Physician Poster Presentation, May 1999

UT Health Science Center San Antonio, Comparison of Oral Iron with Intravenous Iron in Patients with Anemia

UT Health Science Center San Antonio, Chronic Renal Failure Not on Dialysis. Sub-private investigator, December 2000 - December 2001

UT Health Science Center San Antonio, The Prevalence of Cytomegalovirus Disease in Renal Transplant Patients with Mycophenolate Mofetil Induced Diarrhea. Sub-private investigator. January 2001 - Ongoing

Research

Astra Zeneca Planet I and Planet II: Proteinuria and Dyslipidemia Study on Diabetics and Non Diabetics in 2006 - Ongoing.

Affymax AFX01-03: Erythropoietic agent on Dialysis patients in 2006 - Ongoing.

Amgen 20040259: Erythropoietic Agent in Chronic Kidney Disease Patients, 2005 - Ongoing.

Cytomegalovirus Infection in Renal Transplant and CellCept use. 2002.

Comparison of Oral Iron with Intravenous Iron (Venofer) in Patients with Anemia of Chronic Kidney Disease. 2000 - 2001

Renagel vs PhosLo Study in Calcium and Phosphate Control in End-Stage Renal Disease Patients. 2000

Clinic Locations

Southeast

4242 E. Southcross Blvd., Suite 10
San Antonio, Texas 78222
210.359.7888

Affiliated Hospitals

Baptist Downtown

111 Dallas Street
San Antonio, TX 78205

Mission Trails Baptist

3333 Research Plaza
San Antonio, TX 78235

Southwest General Hospital

7400 Barlite Blvd
San Antonio, Texas  78224

Languages

Spanish
English