The UCLA Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) Program is dedicated to providing the highest quality of patient care, performing cutting-edge research and educating patients and healthcare professionals about the latest advances.
UCLA offers comprehensive care for Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) for both autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD) and autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease (ARPKD) through a team approach that includes collaboration among specialists in nephrology, urology, radiology, transplant, dialysis, hepatology, genetics, OB/GYN, pain, infectious disease, social work, patient advocacy, psychiatry and pediatrics.
The UCLA PKD Program is committed to ongoing research, including basic science, applied clinical science, outcomes, and evidence-based research, in the mission to develop new treatments and cures for polycystic kidney disease.
For information about current clinical trials, please contact PKD@mednet.ucla.edu
Learn how you can support the PKD program by visiting giving.ucla.edu/kidney.
Anjay Rastogi MD, PhD, Nephrology
Ronald Busuttil MD PhD, Transplant Surgery
Gabriel Danovitch MD, Nephrology
Hugh Gelabert MD, Vascular Surgery
Hans (Albin) Gritsch MD, Urology; Transplant Surgery
Niloofar Nobakht Haghighi MD, Nephrology
Mohammad Kamgar MD, Nephrology
Michael Lee MD, Cardiology
Sammy Saab MD, MPH, AGAF, Gastroenterology
Isidro Salusky MD, Pediatric Nephrology
William Suh MD, Cardiology
Ora Yadin MD, Pediatric Nephrology
200 UCLA Medical Plaza, Suite 365-B
Los Angeles, CA 90095
(310) 954-2692 Appointments and information
(310) 474-0725 Fax