Research & Publications
My lab studies the molecular mechanisms of acute kidney injury and tubular cell regeneration and the role of intrinsic progenitor cells in repair of acute kidney injury. Moreover, the lab studies the underlying factors that lead to progression of acute kidney injury to chronic kidney disease.
Extensive Research Description
The following projects are currently ongoing in the Moeckel lab:
1. Role of DDT/MIF2 in acute tubular injury repair and regeneration
2. Role of intrinsic progenitor cells/pericytes in tubular injury repair
3. Role of DDT/MIF2 in prevention of progression from AKI to CKD
Diabetic Nephropathies; Fibrosis; Kidney Failure, Chronic; Stem Cell Niche; Acute Kidney Injury
Public Health Interests
Biomarkers; Cardiovascular Diseases; Genetics, Genomics, Epigenetics; Nutrition
- A 25-Year-Old Man with Necrotizing IgA Nephropathy and Sub Epithelial Electron Dense DepositsFu LY and Moeckel GW. Austin J Clin Pathol 2015,2(2):1031.