Ilori laboratory focuses on identifying and reducing health disparities in chronic kidney disease and other non-communicable diseases. Our work looks at etiologic factors and modifiers of CKD, with a special emphasis on the effect of diet, biomarkers, and genetics on CKD progression in both low and high-resource countries. We are interested in how precision medicine can be used to reduce health disparities in kidney disease (both within the US and globally).
Five selected publications:
1. Ilori et al. Racial Disparities in Graft and Patient Survival Among Elderly Kidney Transplant Recipients. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2015 Dec; 63(12): 2485–2493. PMCID: PMC4701211
2. Ilori et al. Factors Affecting Willingness to Receive a Kidney Transplant among Minority Patients at an Urban Safety Net Hospital: A Cross-Sectional Survey BMC Nephrology 2015, Nov 21;16(1):191 PMCID: PMC4654893
3. Kaze AD, Ilori et al. Burden of chronic kidney disease on the African continent: a systematic review and meta-analysis. BMC Nephrol., 2018 Jun 1;(19)1:125, PMC5984759
4. Ilori et al. Oxidative Balance Score and the Risk of End Stage Renal Disease and Cardiovascular Disease. Am J Nephrol. 2017;45(4):338-345, 2017 Mar 11. PMID: 28285313
5. Ilori et al. Approach to High Volume Enrollment in Clinical Research: Experiences from an All of Us Research Program Site. Clin Transl Sci. 2020;13(4):685-692. PMID: 32004412