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Pregnancy and Alport syndrome: a new way to look at the kidney filters

Pregnancy and Alport syndrome: a new way to look at the kidney filters 26 March 2024 With the support of a Kidney Research UK grant of £170,000, Dr Kenton Arkill and his team at the University of Nottingham are using a new type of imaging technique to investigate how pregnancy impacts kidney health in people…

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What can large datasets teach us about different experiences of Alport Syndrome?

What can large datasets teach us about different experiences of Alport Syndrome? 06 July 2023 Professor Danny Gale, from University College London, has been awarded a PhD studentship of £91,000 by Kidney Research UK to investigate the genetic factors the contribute to Alport syndrome by looking at large datasets. The problem DNA is the genetic…

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‘Gold standard’ research hub gets to work after Manchester launch

‘Gold standard’ research hub gets to work after Manchester launch 16 June 2022 A new research hub dedicated to the study of Alport syndrome has been launched at the University of Manchester. The Stoneygate and Kidney Research UK Alport Research Hub, was created thanks to £2.55M investment from Stoneygate Trust in partnership with charity Kidney…

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Pioneering new programme to drive Alport syndrome research

Pioneering new programme to drive Alport syndrome research 11 January 2022 We are delighted to announce that, in partnership with the Stoneygate Trust, we will be launching a brand-new programme to accelerate research, transform early diagnosis and to develop specific treatments for Alport syndrome: The Stoneygate and Kidney Research UK Alport Research Hub.  The programme is designed to make…

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