Your kidneys are important to your health. They remove waste from your body and help to keep your blood pressure normal. But your kidneys are at risk for chronic disease and acute injury.
Chronic kidney disease is often called the “silent disease” because it has no symptoms in its early stages. It can go undetected until it is very advanced.
We need breakthroughs to prevent and treat kidney injury and disease.
The National Institutes of Health defines precision medicine as a new way of treating and preventing disease, which takes into account our genes, our environment, and our lifestyles.
Precision medicine will help doctors and researchers better predict which treatment and prevention steps will work on which groups of people.
It is different from a one-size-fits-all approach, which does not consider the differences between patients.
We need people from all walks of life, races, and age groups to give us the most accurate and complete kidney information.
By joining, you will help transform the future of kidney health.
KPMP is a study that can last up to 10 years. In order to participate, we will ask you to do the following:
Undergo a kidney biopsy
Provide samples like blood and urine
Talk to the study team two to three times a year
If you would like to learn more about participating in the study, please contact your nearest recruitment site below.
Sushrut Waikar, MD, MPH
Sylvia Rosas, MD
Leslie Cooperman, RN
John Sedor, MD
Miguel Vasquez, MD
F. Perry Wilson, MD
Pam Corona Villalobos, MD
Chirag Parikh, MD, PhD
Karla Mehl, MD
Andrew Bomback, MD, MPH
John Kellum, MD
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