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Sherry Mansour, MD, MS

Assistant Professor

Contact Information

Sherry Mansour, MD, MS

Mailing Address

  • Program for Applied Translational Research (PATR)

    60 Temple St.

    New Haven, CT 06510

    United States

Research Summary

Dr. Mansour's research focuses on the understanding of adaptive and maladaptive repair processes after acute kidney injury through the measurement of novel repair biomarkers to accurately predict long-term renal and cardiovascular outcomes in different patient populations.

Specialized Terms: Acute Kidney Injury; Adaptive Repair; Maladaptive Repair; Angiogenesis; Angiopoietins; biomarkers; Outcomes; CKD progression; Cardiovascular disease; Deceased Donors; Graft Failure; Marathon Running.

Extensive Research Description

Dr. Mansour uses translational and epidemiological research methods to characterize the role of repair biomarkers in the development of long-term outcomes in patients with acute kidney injury.

Dr. Mansour was the recipient of T32-DK7276-40 Institutional Grant (T32) from the National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive, and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), as well as a Career Development Grant (18CDA34110151) from the American Heart Association (AHA), Robert Leet Patterson and Clara Guthrie Patterson Trust Mentored Research Award, O'Brien Kidney Pilot Grant and NIH/NIDDK K23 award.

Current Research Projects:

Role of Repair Biomarkers in Predicting Cardiac and Renal Outcomes in Hospitalized Patients

https://medicine.yale.edu/intmed/patr/projects/ancillaryassess.aspx

Phenotyping Deceased Donor AKI to Predict Graft Outcomes.

https://medicine.yale.edu/intmed/patr/projects/phenodeceasedonor.aspx

Understanding AKI and recovery in Marathon Runners.

https://medicine.yale.edu/intmed/patr/projects/marathon.aspx#page2




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Selected Publications

Clinical Trials

ConditionsStudy Title
COVID-19 OutpatientThe Role of Resistant Starch in COVID-19 Infection