Newsletters

Spring 2020 Newsletter

Read our Spring 2020 newsletter for an update from our director.…

Winter 2019 Newsletter

Read our Winter 2019 newsletter for an update from our director.…

Summer 2019 Newsletter

Read our Summer 2019 newsletter for an update from our director.…

Winter 2018 Newsletter

Read our Winter 2018 newsletter for an update from our director and more information on Kidney Research Institute’s involvement with KidneyX.…

Spring 2018 Newsletter

Read our Spring 2018 newsletter for an update from our director and to learn more about investigator Dr. Ann O’Hare’s recent article on strategies for patient-centered care in renal medicine, associate director Dr. Ian de Boer’s entry into the American Society for Clinical Investigation and Dr. Bessie Young’s meeting to gain insight about APOL1 genetic testing.…

Winter 2017 Newsletter

Read our Winter 2017 newsletter for an update from our director and to learn more about the Kidney Research Institute’s role in the new Kidney Precision Medicine Project, our second annual Patient Advisory Committee meeting and investigator Dr. Nisha Bansal’s research on cardiovascular problems in kidney patients. You’ll also read about our kidney-on-a-chip heading where no kidney chips have gone before — space!…

Spring 2017 Newsletter

Read our Spring 2017 newsletter for an update from our director and to learn more about the new Center for Dialysis Innovation, Dr. Bessie Young’s APOL1 study and top awards our research fellows have received at national meetings. You’ll also hear from Lisa Anderson, clinical research coordinator, about a dialysis study related to the gut microbiome, and see how Dr.…

Winter 2016 Newsletter

Read our Winter 2016 newsletter for an update from our director and to learn more about our renovated research space in north Seattle, the Kidney Health Fair and top grants awarded by Kidney Research Institute investigators. You’ll also read about our new registry–Community Connection–for people interested in joining research studies, and the work Mary Bray, clinical research coordinator, is doing for a study on acute kidney injury.…

Spring 2016 Newsletter

Read our Spring 2016 newsletter to learn more about our first Patient Advisory Committee meeting, the kidney-on-a-chip study, University of Washington students focused on kidney innovation, and Dr. Bessie Young’s work on kidney disease and the APOL1 gene.…

Winter 2015 Newsletter

Read our Winter 2015 newsletter to learn more about our annual Scientific Advisory Committee meeting, involvement in outreach events and educating high schoolers about kidney research, new grants and research space, and recent recruit Dr. Benjamin Freedman’s work on stem cells and kidney regeneration.…