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Gerald B. Appel is an American physician and kidney researcher known both for his celebrity patients and for his scholarly work on the renal manifestations of systemic lupus erythematosus and other diseases of the glomeruli. He has also published more than three hundred academic papers and book chapters on diseases of the glomeruli, several with his wife, Alice Sue Appel, Ph.D. He established, at Columbia University, the first center for glomerular diseases In the United States. Appel is currently Professor of Medicine and co-Director of Clinical Nephrology at Columbia University Medical Center in New York City, where he also runs the Center for Glomerular Diseases., The National Kidney Foundation awarded Appel its lifetime achievement award in 2005, naming him "the foremost academic nephrologist of the past twenty-five years."