We’re excited to collaborate with others in kidney health.
Click below to see tangible examples for how we’re working with leading institutions in the world. Stay tuned for news about additional partnerships and collaborations.
Collaborator Case Study Example:
University of Michigan
University of Michigan has multiple and advanced biomarker hypotheses to better serve the kidney disease patient population but needs a partner with business expertise and processes to help bring it to market.
A new biomarker – uEGF – is being studied at all stages of chronic kidney disease (CKD), even pre-CKD. Will it be highly prognostic in early-stage, chronic kidney disease, allowing for improved kidney health outcomes?
Pending research study results, Q2 2021
Soon, we’ll share details about our research collaborations with the University of Utah.
National Kidney Foundation
The National Kidney Foundation, the largest, patient-centric organization dedicated to the awareness, prevention, and treatment of kidney disease in the U.S, needed additional partners to further its efforts in improving outcomes and quality of life.
Renalytix and National Kidney Foundation will work together to improve kidney disease diagnosis and early-stage, risk assessment through new and enhanced physician education.
We’ve just completed two clinical studies addressing the challenges with CKD and its treatment.
Soon, we’ll share the results of these clinical studies. Publication details also to follow.
Renalytix needs distinguished and expert support in identifying exactly what and where the barriers are to optimal kidney health management.
As a leader in health-related behavioral economics, VAL Health will provide Renalytix with the strategic research to help unearth those targeted behavioral changes needed to engage both doctors and patients in the best kidney health care management.
Partnering to build a set of tools to successfully enable conversation, collaboration and joint decision making between primary care physicians and their kidney disease patients.