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Benjamin
Freedman
PhD

he/him
Faculty
Pinned
Academic
Associate Professor
Sites of Practice
UW South Lake Union

Honors

UW Dept of Medicine Fialkow Scholars Award
2020

Career Development Award, NIH/NIDDK

Young Investigator Grant, National Kidney Foundation

Top Oral Abstract by Trainee, ASN Annual Meeting, Philadelphia PA

Research Excellence Award, Research Day, Brigham and Women's Hospital

National Research Service Award, NIH/NIDDK

Teaching Effectiveness Award, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA

Education & Training

Post-doctoral Training
Harvard Medical School/Brigham and Women's Hospital
Boston, MA
2014

PhD
University of California
Berkeley, CA
2009

Research Interests

The goal of the Freedman Lab is to create laboratory models of kidney disease and regeneration using human pluripotent stem cells.

Current research projects include:

  • Bioengineering functional human kidney tubules from stem cells
  • Modeling polycystic kidney disease using human pluripotent stem cells
  • Podocyte differentiation and glomerular function

Publications

 

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