Borofsky, M.R., J.E. Paonessa, A.P. Evan, J.C. Williams, F.L. Coe, E.M. Worcester, and J.E. Lingeman. A proposed grading system to standardize the description of renal papillary appearance at the time of endoscopy in patients with nephrolithiasis. J Endourol 30:122-127, 2016. [PMC4744462]
Ibrahim, E.-S.H., J.G. Cernigliaro, R.A. Pooley, M.D. Bridges, J.G. Giesbrandt, J.C. Williams, and W. E. Haley. Detection of different kidney stone types: an ex vivo comparison of ultrashort echo time MRI to reference standard CT. Clin Imaging 40(1): 90-95, 2016.
Witzmann, F.A., A.P. Evan, F.L. Coe, E.M. Worcester, J.E. Lingeman, and J.C. Williams. Label-free quantitative proteomic analysis of human kidney stone matrix composition. Proteome Science 14:4, 2016. [PMC4769560]
Connors, B.A., A.P. Evan, R.K. Handa, P.M. Blomgren, C.D. Johnson, Z. Liu and J.E. Lingeman. Using 300 pretreatment shock waves in a voltage ramping protocol can significantly reduce tissue injury during extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy. J Endourol 30(9):1004-1008, 2016. [PMC5031095]
Harrogate, S.R., L.M.S. Yick, J.C. Williams, R.O. Cleveland, and B.W. Turney. Quantification of the range of motion of kidney and ureteric stones during shockwave lithotripsy in conscious patients. J Endourol 30:406-410, 2016.
Evan, A.P., E.M. Worcester, B.A. Connors, R.K. Handa, J.E. Lingeman and F.L. Coe. Mechanism by which shock wave lithotripsy can promote formation of human calcium phosphate stones. Am J Physiol 308(8)F938-F949, 2015. [PMC4398833]
Williams, J.C., J.E. Lingeman, F. Coe, E. Worcester, and A.P. Evan. Micro-CT imaging of Randall’s plaques. Urolithiasis 43(suppl 1):13-17, 2015. [PMC4285664; NIHMS619482]
Evan, A.P., E.M. Worcester, F.L. Coe, J.C. Williams, and J.E. Lingeman. Mechanisms of human kidney stone formation. Urolithiasis 43(suppl 1):19-32, 2015. [PMC4285570]
Bhojani, N., J.A. Mandeville, T.A. Hameed, T.M. Soergel, J.A. McAteer, J.C. Williams, A.E. Krambeck, and J.E. Lingeman. Lithotripter outcomes in a community practice setting: Comparison of the Lithogold LG-380 and Storz Modulith SLX. J Urol 193:875-879, 2015. [PMC4412606]
Evan, A.P., E.M. Worcester, J.C. Williams, A.J. Sommer, J.E. Lingeman, C. Phillips, and F.L. Coe. Biopsy proven medullary sponge kidney: Clinical findings, histopathology, and role of osteogenesis in stone and plaque formation. Anat Rec 298(5):865-77, 2015. [PMC4405475]
Ribeiro, T.R., F.W.G. Costa, E.C.S. Soares, J.C. Williams, and C.S.R. Fonteles. Enamel and dentin mineralization in familial hypophosphatemic rickets: A micro-computed tomography study. Dentomaxillofacial Radiol 44(5):20140347, 2015. [PMC4628496]
Williams, J.C. Re: Stone size limits the use of Hounsfield units for prediction of calcium oxalate stone composition. (letter) Urology 85(4):965, 2015.
Ibrahim, E.-S.H., J.G. Cernigliaro, R.A. Pooley, J.C. Williams, and W. Haley. Motion artifacts in kidney stone imaging using single-source and dual-source dual-energy CT scanners. A phantom study. Abdominal Imaging 40(8):3161-3167, 2015.
Williams, J.C. Invited commentary on ‘ High prevalence of opaline silica in urinary stones from Burkina Faso,’ Urology 86:1095-1096, 2015.
Lieske, J.C., A. Rule, A.E. Krambeck, J.C. Williams, E. Bergstalh, R. Mehta, and T. Moyer. Stone composition as a function of age and sex. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol 9:2141-2146, 2014.
Faculty Research Team
Additional Research Team Members
Other research team members include Sharon Bledsoe (technician) and Cynthia Johnson (technician).