Kuure lab studies mechanisms of organogenesis with the focus on embryonic kidney and in vivo modeling of rare diseases.

Congenital renal malformations are among the most common birth defects and arise from the failure to normally regulate kidney development. The overall goal of Kuure lab research is to provide new knowledge on the mechanisms underlying kidney development and thus facilitate generation of novel diagnostic and therapeutic interventions for renal diseases.
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