UAB-UCSD O'Brien Center for Acute Kidney Injury

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Partnership between the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine and the University of California San Diego School of Medicine.

An NIH-sponsored George M. O'Brien Kidney Research Center.

We support shared core facilities to enhance collaborations and further research in kidney-related research, foster interactions among investigators from different backgrounds and disciplines whose shared interest is in kidney research, and provide intellectual resources and infrastructure to attract new and established investigators to AKI research.

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Upcoming Events

Core Concepts - Christian Faul, PhD

Introduction of the PROmoTE students “End‐organ effects of hyperphosphatemia” Christian Faul, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Nephrology

5/23 12pm
Core Concepts - John Knight, PhD

Introduction of KURE students “Oxalate: Unknowns and Future Research” John Knight, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Urology

6/6 12pm
Core Concepts - Tanecia Mitchell, PhD

“Minerals and immunity” Tanecia Mitchell, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Urology

6/13 12pm
Core Concepts - Works in Progress

Works in Progress: Anne Ramsey (David Pollock’s lab) Matthew D. Cheung (Anupam Agarwal’s lab) Mary Cunningham (Matthew Renfrow’s lab) Abigayle Kraus...

6/23 12pm
Core Concepts - Works in Progress

Works in Progress: Cailin Kellum (Jennifer Pollock’s lab) Jazmine I. Benjamin (David Pollock’s lab) Han Eckenrode (Lisa Curtis’ lab) Randee Sedaka...

6/27 12pm

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