Katherine J. Kelly, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Pathophysiology of acute renal failure. Distant effects of renal ischemia. Pathophysiology of toxic nephropathy. Adhesion receptors and leukocytes in renal disease.
Comprehensive genomic profiling in diabetic nephropathy reveals the predominance of proinflammatory pathways.
Rapid progression of diabetic nephropathy is linked to inflammation and episodes of acute renal failure.
Anti-LOX-1 therapy in rats with diabetes and dyslipidemia: ablation of renal vascular and epithelial manifestations.
American Board of Internal Medicine - Nephrology