PKD Connection Blog

In response to recent findings of mini-kidney organoids, Dr. Benjamin Freedman recounts his research experience. I remember the moment clearly. I was staring through the microscope, as I had done countless of times before, expecting to see beating heart cells. […]

I had the opportunity to attend the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) Science Research Conference “Biology of Cilia and Flagella” held at Snowmass, Colo., July 19 to 24. The PKD Foundation was a proud Platinum sponsor of […]

We’re excited to introduce you to five outstanding researchers who are the recipients of our 2015 PKD Foundation Fellowships. These fellowships recognize early-career scientists whose achievements and potential identify them as rising stars — the next generation of scientific leaders in […]

Hello, my name is Colette Kiszka. As you can see in this picture, I want to end PKD for my children, grandchildren and future generations. But this is the now; let me take you back to 1987 when I was […]