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Meredith P. Schuh, MD


  • Pediatric Nephrologist, Division of Nephrology and Hypertension
  • Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

About

Biography

I have always loved working with children and had a strong desire to help others. This passion, combined with wonderful role models, drew me to the pediatric nephrology specialty.

At Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, I’m fortunate to not only care for neonates and children with kidney disease, but also to study renal development to understand how nephrons are formed during pregnancy and, ultimately, reduce the risk of chronic kidney disease later in life.

I am particularly interested in how prematurity can affect the long-term risk of chronic kidney disease. I received a K12 Child Health Career Development Award from Cincinnati Children’s and the P50 Pilot & Feasibility Award from the National Institutes of Health to study this important problem. Our long-term goal is to restore or enhance nephron endowment in premature, low birth weight infants to decrease their chronic kidney disease risk.

As a member of the Fetal Care Team, I’m privileged to counsel families on what to expect after a significant renal anomaly is identified during the 20-week anatomy scan. These infants and their families remind me daily of why I became a physician-scientist.

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Publications

Whole Exome Sequencing in a Population With Severe Congenital Anomalies of Kidney and Urinary Tract. Harris, M; Schuh, MP; McKinney, D; Kaufman, K; Erkan, E. Frontiers in Pediatrics. 2022; 10.

In utero renal failure. Slagle, C; Schuh, M; Grisotti, G; Riddle, S; Reddy, P; Claes, D; Lim, FY; VanderBrink, B. Seminars in Pediatric Surgery. 2022; 31.

Under-Recognition of Neonatal Acute Kidney Injury and Lack of Follow-Up. Roy, J; Goldstein, SL; Schuh, MP. American Journal of Perinatology. 2022; 39:526-531.

Omentectomy reduces the need for peritoneal dialysis catheter revision in children: a study from the Pediatric Nephrology Research Consortium. Schuh, MP; Nehus, E; Liu, C; Ehlayel, A; Clark, S; Chishti, A; Edwards-Richards, AD; Erkan, E; Jernigan, S; Kamel, M; et al. Pediatric Nephrology. 2021; 36:3953-3959.

The Rhesus Macaque Serves As a Model for Human Lateral Branch Nephrogenesis. Schuh, MP; Alkhudairy, L; Potter, A; Potter, SS; Chetal, K; Thakkar, K; Salomonis, N; Kopan, R. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology : JASN. 2021; 32:1097-1112.

Single-Cell Profiling of AKI in a Murine Model Reveals Novel Transcriptional Signatures, Profibrotic Phenotype, and Epithelial-to-Stromal Crosstalk. Rudman-Melnick, V; Adam, M; Potter, A; Chokshi, SM; Ma, Q; Drake, KA; Schuh, MP; Matthew Kofron, J; Devarajan, P; Steven Potter, S. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology : JASN. 2020; 31:2793-2814.

Disarranged Sphingolipid Metabolism From Sphingosine-1-Phosphate Lyase Deficiency Leads to Congenital Nephrotic Syndrome. Taylor, VA; Stone, HK; Schuh, MP; Zhao, X; Setchell, KD; Erkan, E. Kidney International Reports. 2019; 4:1763-1769.

Haptoglobin degradation product as a novel serum biomarker for hematopoietic stem cell transplant-associated thrombotic microangiopathy. Schuh, MP; Bennett, MR; Lane, A; Jodele, S; Laskin, BL; Devarajan, P. Pediatric Nephrology. 2019; 34:865-871.

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