Dr. Basile’s primary research interest is in the area of kidney physiology and disease.
Work in my laboratory has been directed toward elucidating the pathophysiology of acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease. Since 2001, my lab has focused on studying the functional chronic consequences of acute kidney injury with particular questions related to the altered vasculature. My laboratory can provide trainees with experiences in several areas of ongoing research as described below.
- Causes of CKD following AKI
- Influences of mitochondrial adaptations on resistance to ischemic injury
- Investigation into renal revascularization strategies following injury
Research: Complication of Diabetes and Obesity