Recent Grants, Awards, & Publications
Chronic Renal Insufficiency Cohort (CRIC) Study
This study was established in 2001 by the National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive, and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) to improve the understanding of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and related cardiovascular illness. The major goals of this multi-center cohort study are to investigate the risk factors for progression of renal disease and cardiovascular disease in patients with mild to moderate chronic kidney disease.
PI: James Lash, MD
Hispanic Chronic Renal Insufficiency Cohort Study
The major goals of this NIDDK-sponsored cohort study are to investigate risk factors for progression of renal disease and cardiovascular disease in Hispanics with chronic kidney disease.
PI: James Lash, MD
Health Disparities in Chronic Kidney Disease Mentoring Program
This K24 Midcareer Investigator Award in Patient-Oriented Research provides support for mentoring new clinician investigators to study health disparities in chronic kidney disease.
PI: James Lash, M
Mexican Chronic Renal Insufficiency Cohort Study
The overall objective of this Fogarty International Research Collaboration Award is to recruit and retain a cohort of Mexicans with mild-to-moderate CKD at the Instituto Nacional de Cardiología Ignacio Chávez in Mexico City with the long-term goal of understanding the epidemiology of kidney disease in Mexicans.
PI: James Lash, MD
Gender Disparities and Vascular Function in Chronic Kidney Disease Outcomes
This goal of this K23 award is to investigate gender-related disparities in chronic kidney disease progression and cardiovascular outcomes.
PI: Ana C. Ricardo, MD, MPH
Fast Food Restaurant/Supermarket Density and Outcomes in Chronic Kidney Disease
The goal of this Diversity Supplement is to examine the association of fast food restaurant and supermarket density with outcomes in chronic kidney disease.
PI: Esteban Cedillo-Couvert, MD
Health Literacy in Hispanics with Chronic Kidney Disease
The goal of this K23 Career Development Award is to examine the association between health literacy and the progression of kidney disease and to develop a low-literacy culturally sensitive touch table application to improve knowledge of hypertension in Hispanics with chronic kidney disease.
PI: Claudia M. Lora, MD, MS
Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos
The goal of this NHLBI-sponsored prospective population-based cohort study of over 16,000 Hispanic/Latino adults is to examine risk and protective factors for chronic diseases and to quantify morbidity and mortality. This large and diverse study affords the opportunity to study early stages of CKD in this growing population.
PI: Martha Daviglus, MD, PhD, (J. Lash, Co-PI)
T32 Training Program Health Disparities in Minority Populations
This NHLBI-sponsored training program affords opportunities to support nephrology fellows in research focused on health disparities in CKD.
PI: Martha Daviglus, MD, PhD, (J. Lash, Co-Director)
Improving Support for Informal Caregivers of Veterans on Home Dialysis
The goal of this VA Innovations Center funded study is to identify ways or interventions to support informal caregivers of Veterans with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) on home dialysis.
PI: Michael Fischer
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