Division of Nephrology Recent Research Grant Awards

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Several research grants have been awarded to support research in the Division of Nephrology. A Research project Grant (R01) has been awarded to “Evaluation of the Gut-Kidney Axis in Kidney Stone Disease,” for which Michelle Denburg, MD and Greg Tasian, MD serve as co-PIs. A three-year grant from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) was awarded to evaluate the comparative effectiveness of kidney stone surgeries in pediatric patients. This study will be conducted at the 19 sites in the Pediatric KIDney Stone (PKIDS) Care Improvement Network. Michelle Denburg, MD also leads another PCORI-funded Learning Healthcare System Collaborative in Glomerular Disease and has an additional R01 grant to study the impact of glomerular disorders on bone quality and strength. Susan Furth, MD, PhD and Michelle Denburg, MD have received a Pediatric Centers of Excellence in Nephrology P50 Award as PI and Co-I respectively. Sandra Amaral, MD was recently awarded an R01 Reaching Equity for Adults and Children in Transplant grant (REACH). Daniella Levy-Erez, MD has received a NephCure-NEPTUNE Award to study T-cell lymphocytes in the Neptune cohort.

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