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

NRTC Seminar - Vineeta Kumar, MD

"Kidney Xenotransplantation - How close are we?" Vineeta Kumar, M.D,. Professor of Medicine, Division of Nephrology, UAB

9/26 12pm
NRTC Seminar - Erica C. Bjornstad, MD, PhD, MPH

"Biomarkers to Advance Nephrology Care in LMICs" Erica C. Bjornstad, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H., Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Pediatrics, UAB

10/3 12pm
NRTC Seminar - Brittany Lasseigne, PhD

"Genome-Driven Approaches to Identify Disease Mechanisms and Drug Candidates for PKD and other Mendelian Diseases" Brittany Lasseigne, Ph.D., Assistant...

10/10 12pm
NRTC Seminar - Javier Neyra, MD

"Risk Classification and Sub-Phenotyping in AKI: Why is this important?" Javier Neyra, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Nephrology, UAB

10/17 12pm
NRTC Seminar - Joanne Murphy-Ullrich, PhD

"A Role for the Calreticulin-NFAT Pathway in TGF-Beta-Mediated Fibrosis in Diabetic Nephropathy" Joanne Murphy-Ullrich, Ph.D., Professor of Medicine,...

10/24 12pm

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