Polycystic Kidney Disease : NIDDK

Polycystic Kidney Disease

NIDDK supports basic and translational research that seeks to improve the quality and duration of life for patients with inherited and acquired forms of polycystic kidney disease.

For clinical studies, contact Dr. Catherine Meyers, KUH, Director, Inflammatory Kidney Diseases Program; For Polycystic Kidney Disease Research Centers, contact Dr. Marva Moxey-Mims, KUH, Director, Kidney Centers Program; Pediatric Nephrology Program; Applied Kidney SBIR Program; For basic research, contact Dr. Deborah Hoshizaki, KUH, Director of Kidney and Urogenital Development Program and Kidney Regeneration and Repair.

Resources for Researchers

Clinical Research


  • O'Brien Kidney and Urology Research Centers - Overview & Map
  • Polycystic Kidney Disease Research & Translation Centers - Overview & Map
  • Research Centers of Excellence in Pediatric Nephrology - Overview & Map

Committees and Advisory Groups

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Funding Opportunities

Funding for Special Communities


Related Reports

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