ADPKD – RDG

  • Aims of the Group
    • To develop the ADPKD RaDaR registry
    • To develop best practice guidelines in regards to the treatment of ADPKD
    • To provide better patient information and support
    • To develop international collaborations to enable the above aims
    • To support research, in collaboration with international groups, into basic science, disease progression models and clinical trials
  • Current Activities

    ADPKD Information Day, Saturday 1st July, London

    Place: Monckton Lecture Theatre, St George’s Hospital, Cranmer Terrace, Tooting, London SW17 0RE
    Time: Saturday 1st July 2017, 9:30 am to 4 pm
    Hosted by: Dr Joyce Popoola, Dr Anand Saggar and the PKD Charity

    • Learn about ADPKD (Autosomal Dominant PKD) and the latest research
    • Find out more about the new drug, Jinarc (tolvaptan)
    • Put your questions to the experts
    • Meet and share your experiences with others
    • Everyone welcome – patients, families and carers

    Lunch and refreshments included. There is no charge, but a donation is welcome to help cover the costs.

    Book online at Eventbrite.

    Previous events have been held in Bristol (March 2017), Salford (November 2016), Sheffield (September 2016) and Birmingham (January 2016). Clinical members of the ADPKD Rare Disease Group attend and talk at these events.

  • International Links

    The ADPKD RDG has links (shared members) with other international collaborative groups including Kidney Disease: Improving Global Outcomes (KDIGO), EUROCYST, The European ADPKD Forum (EAF), the Critical Path Institute’s (CPATH) PKD Outcome Consortium and the Standardised Outcomes in Nephrology Group (SONG).

  • Patient Support Groups

    The ADPKD RDG works closely with the PKD Charity, led by Tess Harris.

    The RDG is also working with partner organisations such as PKD International, The European ADPKD Forum, the Ciliopathy Alliance and FEDERG (European Federation of Inherited and Rare Renal Patient Groups). These groups have considerable experience in empowering and informing ADPKD families.

  • Reports
  • Group Members
    • Dr Coralie Bingham, Adult Nephrologist, Exeter
    • Dr Detlef Bockenhauer, Great Ormond St Hospital, London
    • Mrs Sarah Borrows, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
    • Professor Simon de Lusignan, Primary Care & Clinical Informatics Research Group, Surrey
    • Dr Filipa Ferreira, Primary Care & Clinical Informatics Research Group, Surrey
    • Dr Daniel Gale, Clinical Lecturer in Nephrology, London
    • Dr Will Herrington, Oxford Clinical Trials Service Unit
    • Dr Thomas Hiemstra, Cambridge Clinical Trials Unit
    • Dr Kate Hillman, Adult Nephrologist, Manchester Royal Infirmary
    • Mr Nick Inston, Renal Surgeon, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
    • Tess Harris, CEO of PKD Charity
    • Dr Larissa Kerecuk, Paediatric Nephrologist, Birmingham
    • Professor Albert Ong, Adult Nephrologist, Eurocyst Study Lead, Sheffield Kidney Institute
    • Dr Anand Saggar, Clinical Geneticist, St George’s Hospital
    • Professor Neil Turner, Adult Nephrologist, Edinburgh
    • Mr David Van Dellen, Renal Transplant Surgeon, Central Manchester University Hospitals
    • Dr Jeremy van Vlymen, Primary Care & Clinical Informatics Research Group, Surrey
    • Richard Sandford, University Reader in Renal Genetics, Addenbrooke’s Hospital RDG Lead
    • Dr John Sayer, Institute of Genetic Medicine, Newcastle University
    • Dr Roslyn Simms, Clinical Research Fellow, Newcastle University
    • Patricia Wilson, Professor of Medicine, London
    • David Wheeler, Adult Nephrologist, KDIGO Chairperson, UCL Centre for Nephrology Royal Free, London
    • Dr Chris Winearls, Adult Nephrologist, Oxford Kidney Unit
    • Professor Paul Winyard, Head of the Nephro-Urology Research Unit, ICH
    • Dr Graham Wood, Adult Nephrologist, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
  • Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest

    None stated

ADPKD RDG Version 6 updated June 2017
Written by the ADPKD Rare Disease Group