A few times a year, KPMP sends letters to our enrolled participants to update them about study progress. Click here to read our Summer 2021 update letter.
KPMP investigators Jonathan Himmelfarb and Katherine Tuttle discuss the project in the June "Annals on Call" podcast.
Read about highlights from our April 2021 virtual consortium meeting.
Patient engagement is at the core of KPMP. The recently published article "Integrating Patient Priorities with Science by Community Engagement in the Kidney Precision Medicine Project" summarizes the accomplishments of the CEC, and the importance of integrating the patient voice in research design. Here, members of the CEC provide insight on the paper's importance, and what participation in KPMP means to them.
KPMP Investigators describe a "follow the tissue" pipeline for generating a reliable and authentic single cell/region 3D molecular atlas of human adult kidney.
KPMP investigators recently published "Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Native Kidney Biopsy Complications" in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (CJASN).
Nature Reviews Nephrology November issue is a focus issue on precision medicine in nephrology. The issue features publications from KPMP investigators, including our recent ontology paper and patient editorial.
KPMP ontology efforts published in Nature Reviews Nephrology
For people with kidney disease, precision medicine promises to look beyond a one-size-fits-all approach to find treatment and preventions that work best for you...
KPMP patients Keith Brown, Cathy Campbell and Glenda Roberts, who recently authored a viewpoint in Nature Reviews Nephrology "Precision medicine in kidney disease: the patient’s view" about their experience as patient partners with KPMP.
Recently, members of the KPMP consortium met with leading experts from other kidney research consortia (GUDMAP/RBK, HuBMAP, and Human Cell Atlas) in Washington, DC.
Two of our KPMP investigators, Drs. Jonathan Himmelfarb and Laura Mariani, were featured in the March 2019 issue of Kidney News.
We recently had the honor of presenting at a session of ASN Kidney Week 2018 dedicated to the Kidney Precision Medicine Project (KPMP).
Several members of the KPMP consortium met with ontology experts from across the country with the goal of promoting productive KPMP ontology development to support our envisioned use cases.
Rob Star, MD presented a session on the KPMP at the National Patient meeting of The American Association of Kidney Patients in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Tiffany Jones-Smith shares her experience and impressions at her first KPMP face-to-face meeting.
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