This year’s ASN Kidney Week took place at the convention center in Washington, DC. Several former and present TRENAL students got their abstracts accepted and had a chance to present their data and exchange ideas with other nephrologists working in the field.
The abstracts of two fellows were selected for oral presentations:
Marlene Weiß (postdoctoral fellow at Yale in 2019, hosting lab Lloyd Cantley) presented data obtained in the lab of her supervisor Adrian Schreiber in Berlin: ANCA It Is – abstract . Her participation in the meeting was further supported by the ASN STARS award.
Marvin Groener (predoctoral student Yale 2017, hosting lab Shuta Ishibe) presented data obtained in the lab at Yale University:
Proteomic Analysis of Clathrin-Coated Vesicles from Podocytes Identifies Cargo Proteins – abstract
Data of predoctoral students at Yale, hosting lab Peter Aronson, Sarah Burlein (2018), Lea Jagels (2017/18) and Anja Lück (2017/18) were presented by their supervisors at Yale, Brent Thomson:
Phenotype of Ksp-Cadherin Deficient Mice: Normal Kidney Development but Delayed Maturation of Maximal Urinary Concentrating Ability – abstract
Phenotype of Ksp-Cadherin Deficient Mice: Enhanced Recovery from AKI – abstract
Hannah Schwarz (predoctoral student at Yale 2019, hosting lab Steven Somlo) together with Tilman Jobst-Schwan, presented data obtained at FAU Erlangen;: Biallelic ANKS6 and NPHP1 Mutations Alter Ciliary LKB1 Assembly in Late-Onset Ciliopathies – abstract
Postdoctoral fellows from FAU Erlangen were supported by TRENAL to attend the ASN and to present their data as posters:
|Steffen Grampp: The Protective Effects of Novel HIF_Hydroxylase Inhbitors in Renal Tubules – abstract
Andre Kraus: Microinjection-Based Analyses in a 3D Cyst Model – abstract
Patricia Bolanos-Palmieri presented a poster on: Inhibition of Kynurenine 3-Monooxigenase (KMO) Alters NAD Balance and Mitochondrial Function in Murine and Human Glomerular Cells and Contributes to Proteinuria in Zebrafish – abstract
TRENAL supported the participation of postdoctoral fellows from Charité, Berlin: Michael Dürr, Ana Najenson, and Martin Reichel.