October 14, 2014

 This presentation was given at the Educational Seminar at Dr. Jack McAninch’s honoring and celebration, San Francisco, CA 2014

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May 20, 2014

Animal models are important in studying kidney stone disease because they help scientists understand the genetic underpinnings and basic mechanisms of human stone disease, and allow testing of drugs and dietary interventions than can be used in humans.  Three investigators discussed their latest stone disease research and the value of animal models, including rodent models, Drosophila fruit fly models
and swine models, in a panel discussion during Monday’s Plenary I session.