Kidney Disease Research Training Program Student Roster


John C. Lieske, M.D.
Michael F. Romero, Ph.D.

Review the focus areas, mentors and publications of current and former trainees in the Kidney Disease Research Training Program at Mayo Clinic.

Appointee Mentor Research focus Mayo Clinic publications
Jennifer Arroyo, Ph.D. John C. Lieske, M.D. In silico evaluation of variants of unknown significance found in phosphate homeostasis and vitamin D metabolism genes commonly found to cause monogenic renal disease View publications
Sabena M. Conley, Ph.D. Lilach O. Lerman, M.D., Ph.D. Neurophysiological effects of sympathetic activity on the kidney in obesity View publications
Charles Asher Day, Ph.D. Mark A. McNiven, Ph.D. GTPase dynamin 2 (dyn2) students View publications
Vladimir G. Gainullin, Ph.D. Peter C. Harris, Ph.D. The molecular pathomechanism of autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease View publications
Matthew L. Hillestad, Ph.D. Karl A. Nath, M.D. Gene therapy for relevant kidney and vascular diseases View publications
Michael R. Hinten, Ph.D. Jinghua Hu, Ph.D. PKD1 or PKD2 mutation alters the epigenetic transcriptional profile of tubular epithelial cells View publications
Greg M. Landry, Ph.D. Michael F. Romero, Ph.D. Utilizing a Drosophila melanogaster experimental model to determine environmental and genetic factors contributing to calcium oxalate nephrolithiasis View publications
Massini A. Merzkani, M.D. Andrew D. Rule, M.D. New-onset diabetes mellitus after transplantation; Recurrence of glomerulonephritis after transplantation View publications
Carmen J. Reynolds, Ph.D. Michael F. Romero, Ph.D. Drosophila Clc-c model of Dent disease and human CLC-5 mutations View publications
Adam J. Rossano, M.D., Ph.D. Michael F. Romero, Ph.D. Specific renal manifestations of ion transport and protein trafficking deficits in SLC4A4 (NBCe1) mutations with known clinical phenotypes View publications
Cynthia J. Sieben, Ph.D. Peter C. Harris, Ph.D. Elucidation of the pathogenicity and phenotypic impacts of PKD1, PKD2, and TMEM67 mutations across a broad phenotypic spectrum in ADPKD and various ciliopathies View publications