Wolf Lab

MSRBII Room 1045

Myles Wolf, MD, MMSc, Primary Investigator

Myles Wolf, MD, MMSc
Professor of Medicine
Chief, Division of Nephrology
Member, Duke Clinical Research Institute

Campus mail
DUMC 103015
Durham, NC 27710

Phone
Tel: 919-684-8703

Email
myles.wolf@duke.edu

Education

M.Med.Sc., Harvard Medical School

M.D., State University of New York at Brooklyn

Lab Members


Alexander Grabner, MD

Assistant Professor 

Melody Shi, MD

Endocrinology (Pediatrics) Fellow


Tomokazu Souma, MD, PhD 

Assistant Professor 

Stephanie Croall, MPH
Associate In Research

Nao Souma, MD
Associate In Research


Daniel Edmonston, MD

Medical Instructor

Description

The Wolf Lab comprehensively investigates the role of FGF23 in normal mineral metabolism and in CKD, its adverse impact on cardiovascular disease (CVD), and the molecular mechanisms that underlie these effects. This effort is supported by multiple NIH R01, U01, and R21 grants, an AHA Center grant, and this K24. My overarching goal is to define fundamental mechanisms of disease that will elucidate novel therapeutic targets for interventions that can improve renal and CVD outcomes in CKD. We use a range of study types to advance scientifically and to attract trainees with diverse interests to our team.