Rasheed Adebayo Gbadegesin

Rasheed Adebayo Gbadegesin

Professor of Pediatrics

Molecular genetics of glomerular disease
Genetic risk factors for childhood onset idiopathic nephrotic syndrome

Appointments and Affiliations

  • Professor of Pediatrics
  • Associate Dean for Physician-Scientist Development
  • Director of the Office of Physician-Science Development in the School of Medicine
  • Professor in Medicine
  • Affiliate of Duke Molecular Physiology Institute

Contact Information

  • Office Location: T0909-C Children's Hlth Ctr, Durham, NC 27710
  • Office Phone: (919) 684-4246
  • Email Address: rasheed.gbadegesin@duke.edu

Education

  • University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2007
  • New York Presbyterian Hospital, 2004
  • University of Ibadan, College of Medicine (Nigeria), 1995
  • University of Ibadan, College of Medicine (Nigeria), 1989
  • University of Ibadan, College of Medicine (Nigeria), 1988
  • M.B.B.S. University of Ibadan, College of Medicine (Nigeria), 1987

Courses Taught

  • CRP 270-BST: Research BST
  • HGP 301B: Research in HGP

Representative Publications

  • Lane, BM; Murray, S; Benson, K; Bierzynska, A; Chryst-Stangl, M; Wang, L; Wu, G; Cavalleri, G; Doyle, B; Fennelly, N; Dorman, A; Conlon, S; Vega-Warner, V; Fermin, D; Vijayan, P; Qureshi, MA; Shril, S; Barua, M; Hildebrandt, F; Pollak, M; Howell, D; Sampson, MG; Saleem, M; Conlon, PJ; Spurney, R; Gbadegesin, R, A Rare Autosomal Dominant Variant in Regulator of Calcineurin Type 1 (RCAN1) Gene Confers Enhanced Calcineurin Activity and May Cause FSGS., J Am Soc Nephrol (2021) [10.1681/ASN.2020081234] [abs].
  • Williams, AE; Gbadegesin, RA, Steroid Regimen for Children with Nephrotic Syndrome Relapse., Clin J Am Soc Nephrol, vol 16 no. 2 (2021), pp. 179-181 [10.2215/CJN.19201220] [abs].
  • Esezobor, C; Ademola, AD; Adetunji, AE; Anigilaje, EA; Batte, A; Jiya-Bello, FN; Furia, FF; Muoneke, U; McCulloch, M; Nourse, P; Obiagwu, P; Odetunde, O; Okyere, P; Solarin, A; Tannor, EK; Noone, D; Gbadegesin, R; Parekh, RS; Human Hereditary and Health in Africa Kidney Disease Research Network,, Management of idiopathic childhood nephrotic syndrome in sub-Saharan Africa: Ibadan consensus statement., Kidney Int, vol 99 no. 1 (2021), pp. 59-67 [10.1016/j.kint.2020.07.045] [abs].
  • Jia, X; Yamamura, T; Gbadegesin, R; McNulty, MT; Song, K; Nagano, C; Hitomi, Y; Lee, D; Aiba, Y; Khor, S-S; Ueno, K; Kawai, Y; Nagasaki, M; Noiri, E; Horinouchi, T; Kaito, H; Hamada, R; Okamoto, T; Kamei, K; Kaku, Y; Fujimaru, R; Tanaka, R; Shima, Y; Research Consortium on Genetics of Childhood Idiopathic Nephrotic Syndrome in Japan, ; Baek, J; Kang, HG; Ha, I-S; Han, KH; Yang, EM; Korean Consortium of Hereditary Renal Diseases in Children, ; Abeyagunawardena, A; Lane, B; Chryst-Stangl, M; Esezobor, C; Solarin, A; Midwest Pediatric Nephrology Consortium (Genetics of Nephrotic Syndrome Study Group), ; Dossier, C; Deschênes, G; NEPHROVIR, ; Vivarelli, M; Debiec, H; Ishikura, K; Matsuo, M; Nozu, K; Ronco, P; Cheong, HI; Sampson, MG; Tokunaga, K; Iijima, K, Common risk variants in NPHS1 and TNFSF15 are associated with childhood steroid-sensitive nephrotic syndrome., Kidney Int, vol 98 no. 5 (2020), pp. 1308-1322 [10.1016/j.kint.2020.05.029] [abs].
  • Murphy, SL; Mahan, JD; Troost, JP; Srivastava, T; Kogon, AJ; Cai, Y; Davis, TK; Fernandez, H; Fornoni, A; Gbadegesin, RA; Herreshoff, E; Canetta, PA; Nachman, PH; Reeve, BB; Selewski, DT; Sethna, CB; Wang, C-S; Bartosh, SM; Gipson, DS; Tuttle, KR; CureGN Consortium,, Longitudinal Changes in Health-Related Quality of Life in Primary Glomerular Disease: Results From the CureGN Study., Kidney International Reports, vol 5 no. 10 (2020), pp. 1679-1689 [10.1016/j.ekir.2020.06.041] [abs].