Welcome -Bienvenue- to the website of the Renal Fibrosis Laboratory in Toulouse, France.

Who are we?

We are an academic laboratory working in the field of kidney disease focussing on early detection, understanding and discovery of molecules that potentially will be able to slow down kidney disease progression.

Have a look around and if you are interested to talk to us, use the contact details below.

 

  • RF-lab COVID-19 confinement

    March 2020

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  • Ana won poster prize !!

    At the CaSyAn meeting Ana won de 1rst poster prize, February 2020

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  • Researchers' Night

    The RF-lab was again at the yearly researchers' night held in September 2019, check out the post

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  • New paper in JCI Insight

    Based on molecular drug repurposing we identified a new compound reducing vascular calcification in vivo, Mai 2019

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  • The RF-lab obtains first European Personalized Medicine grant

    Together with the Toulouse hospital and European collegues we will be working towards personalized medicine in acute kidney injury

    December 2018

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  • Bénédicte has presented in Lille at the French Annual Nephrology meeting

    October 2018

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  • New PhD thesis in the RF-lab

    Valérie Brunchault, September 19, 2018

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  • April 2018: CaReSyAn has started and RF-lab is part of it!

    Check it out: https://www.caresyan.eu/

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  • The RF-lab was at the ASN2017 in New Orleans

    Julie Klein presented the CAKUT peptidome study in an oral presenation

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Tools that might interest you

 

Our research has led to the development of a number of tools that might be of interest to the community, both industry and academia.

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Collaborations

 

Our work is done in collaboration with many other laboratories and individuals mostly localized in Europe.

More information on these collaborative projects can be found in the link.

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