Division of Nephrology
ENVISIONING SCIENCE-BASED PRECISION MEDICINE THROUGH GENE DISCOVERY AND FUNCTIONAL MODELING
The main focus of our lab is to identify genes and associated biological pathways that underscore the development and progression of congenital kidney disease.
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Simone Sanna-Cherchi, MD
Jeremiah Martino, PhD
Yask Gupta, PhD
Juntao Ke, PhD
TzeYin (Joanne) Lim, MS
Technicians & Students
Members-at-Large and Lab Alumni
Dina Ahram, PhD
Adele Mitrotti, MD
Rik Westland, MD, PhD
Zonghai Yan, PhD
Studies & Eligibility
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The Kidney Genetics Clinic utilizes a multidisciplinary team of clinicians and genetic counselors, as well as state of the art diagnostic techniques, to provide comprehensive genetic services for adult patients with rare and inherited forms of kidney disease.
These services include: Comprehensive medical evaluation for genetic forms of kidney disease
- Ordering and interpretation of genetic test results
- Pre-and post-genetic testing consent and counseling
- Guidance for medical management and follow-up care
- Referrals to other medical specialists to help address the unique medical needs of our patients
- Genetic counseling and testing for at-risk family members
- Genetic counseling and testing for living kidney donors
We have pre- and post-doctoral positions available for highly qualified candidates interested in mammalian genetics and genomics. Prior experience in molecular genetics, statistics or bioinformatics is preferred. for inquiries, please email email@example.com by including your CV.
You can support our research program by making a tax-deductible donation. You will receive a thank-you letter confirming receipt of your contribution.
For more information about donations, please contact us at (212) 851-5556 or email Ali Gharavi.
To donate, please make a check payable to “Columbia University Division of Nephrology” and note separately the Researcher or Faculty member in whose name you wish to make the gift.