Renal organogenesis What can it tell us about renal repair and regeneration?
Melissa H Little
Organogenesis | TAYLOR & FRANCIS INC | Published : 2011
Awarded by National Institutes of Digestion Diabetes and Kidney, NIH
Awarded by NHMRC
Awarded by Australian Stem Cell Centre
Awarded by Washington University George M. O'Brien Center for Kidney Disease Research
M.L. is a Principal Research Fellow of the National Health and Medical Research Council. I acknowledge that this lecture presented research from past and present members of my research laboratory, including Grant Challen, Michael Lusis, Joan Li, Lorine Wilkinson, Fiona Rae, David Pennisi, Minoru Takasato, Caroline Hendry, Kylie Georgas, Han Sheng Chiu, Jessica Ineson, Norseha Suhaimi, Melissa Becroft and Bree Rumballe, and I thank them for their research efforts. I also acknowledge our collaborators within GUDMAP, notably, Sean Grimmond, Rathi Thiagarajan and Dave Tang at the University of Queensland. Aspects of this work have been supported by the National Institutes of Digestion Diabetes and Kidney, NIH (DK070136, DK070136), the NHMRC (ID45592) and the Australian Stem Cell Centre (P067, Stream 4.2) funding to M.L.Edited transcripts of research conferences sponsored by Organogenesis and the Washington University George M. O'Brien Center for Kidney Disease Research (P30 DK079333) are published in Organogenesis. These conferences cover organogenesis in all multicellular organisms including research into tissue engineering, artificial organs and organ substitutes and are participated in by faculty at Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO.