Jason Stubbs, M.D.
School of Medicine, Internal Medicine
University of Kansas Medical Center - M.D.
University of Kansas Medical Center - Residency
University of Kansas Medical Center - Fellowship
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Clinical Interests: All areas of general nephrology, including chronic kidney diseases, nephrolithiasis, refractory hypertension and electrolyte disorders.
Research Interests: Using translational approaches to define the contributions of aberrant mineral metabolism to the comorbidities found in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD). I am currently working on both basic science and clinical studies within this area. My basic science work utilizes genetic manipulations of mouse models to investigate the contributions of a novel phosphaturic hormone, fibroblast growth factor 23 (FGF23), to the progression of mineral metabolism abnormalities in CKD. For my clinical studies, I am currently interested in defining the non-classical effects of vitamin D therapy on monocyte function and the impact of vitamin D deficiency on the inflammatory phenotype found in patients with advanced CKD.