Faculty and Staff
Nutritional and Metabolic Biology Doctoral Training Faculty
Jonathan Barasch, M.D., Ph.D.
M.D. - Columbia University , College of Physicians and Surgeons
Ph.D. - Columbia University , College of Physicians and Surgeons
Residency: Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center
Fellowship: Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center
Clinical Interest: Acute Renal Failure
Research Interest: Growth Factors that Induce or Repair Nephrons
Publications - PubMed
Li JY, Paragas N, Ned RM, Qiu A, Viltard M, Leete T, Drexler IR, Chen X, Sanna-Cherchi S, Mohammed F, Williams D, Lin CS, Schmidt-Ott KM, Andrews NC, Barasch J. Scara5 is a ferritin receptor mediating non-transferrin iron delivery. Development Cell. 2009 16(1):35-46.
Kuwabara T, Mori K, Mukoyama M, Kasahara M, Yokoi H, Saito Y, Yoshioka T, Ogawa Y, Imamaki H, Kusakabe T, Ebihara K, Omata M, Satoh N, Sugawara A, Barasch J, Nakao K. Urinary neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin levels reflect damage to glomeruli, proximal tubules, and distal nephrons. Kidney Int. 2009 75(3):285-94.
Sise ME, Barasch J, Devarajan P, Nickolas TL. Elevated urine neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin can diagnose acute kidney injury in patients with chronic kidney diseases. Kidney Int. 2009 75(1):115-6.
- Fall 2017 Master of Science Program application will open December 1. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.
- Fall 2017 Nutritional and Metabolic Biology PhD program application is now open; Deadline is early December, 2016.