Peter S. Aronson MD

C. N. H. Long Professor of Medicine (Nephrology) and Professor of Cellular and Molecular Physiology

Departments & Organizations

Yale Combined Program in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences (BBS): Molecular Medicine, Pharmacology, and Physiology

Yale Medical GroupCellular & Molecular Physiology: Membrane Proteins - Pumps and Transporters; Epithelial Transport of Ions and Solutes; Physiology of Human Disease; Physiology and Integrative Medical Biology Track; Graduate Program in Cellular and Molecular PhysiologyInternal Medicine: Nephrology

Research Interests

Urinary electrolyte excretion; Cell membrane ion exchangers; Proximal tubule more...


  • B.A., University of Rochester, 1967
  • M.D., New York University, 1970

Selected Publications

  • Knauf, F., Asplin, J.R., Granja, I., Schmidt, I.M., Moeckel, G., David, R., Flavell, R.A., and Aronson, P.S. NALP3-mediated inflammation is the principal cause of progressive renal failure in oxalate nephropathy. Kidney Int. 84:895-901, 2013
  • Hayashi, H., Tamura, A., Krishnan, D., Tsukita, S., Suzuki, Y., Kocinsky, H.S., Aronson, P.S., Orlowski, J., Grinstein, S., and Alexander, R.T. Ezrin is required for the functional regulation of the epithelial sodium proton exchanger, NHE3. PLoS One 8:e55623, 2013
  • Ko, N., Knauf, F., Jiang, Z., Markovich, D., and Aronson, P.S. Sat1 is dispensable for active oxalate secretion in mouse duodenum. Am. J. Physiol. 303:C52-C57, 2012.



Latest News


Edit Profile