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Thomas Myron Coffman

James R. Clapp Distinguished Professor of Medicine, in the School of Medicine
Medicine, Nephrology
Duke Box 103015, Durham, NC 27710
Room 2018/MSBR2, 106 Research Drive, Durham, NC 27710

Selected Grants


Duke CTSA (TL1) Year 5

Inst. Training Prgm or CMEMentor · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2018 - 2024

Postdoctoral Training in Genomic Medicine Research

Inst. Training Prgm or CMEMentor · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2017 - 2023

Multidisciplinary Heart and Vascular Diseases

Inst. Training Prgm or CMEMentor · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 1975 - 2023

Paracrine Control of Blood Pressure by Renal Intercalated Cells

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2015 - 2020

Actions of Angiotensin II Along the Nephron to Regulate Blood Pressure

ResearchCollaborator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2014 - 2019

Duke CTSA (TL1) Year 5

Inst. Training Prgm or CMEMentor · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2018 - 2024

Postdoctoral Training in Genomic Medicine Research

Inst. Training Prgm or CMEMentor · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2017 - 2023

Multidisciplinary Heart and Vascular Diseases

Inst. Training Prgm or CMEMentor · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 1975 - 2023

Paracrine Control of Blood Pressure by Renal Intercalated Cells

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2015 - 2020

Actions of Angiotensin II Along the Nephron to Regulate Blood Pressure

ResearchCollaborator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2014 - 2019

Training Program in Inflammatory and Immunological Diseases

Inst. Training Prgm or CMEPreceptor · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 1980 - 2017

Student Supplement

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2012 - 2017

Role of Gq Signaling in Promoting Podocyte Injury in Diabetes Mellitus

ResearchConsultant · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2011 - 2016

Immune Mechanisms in Diabetic Nephropathy

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by Georgia Regents University · 2014 - 2015

Prostaglandin E2 and Regulation of Kidney Function

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2005 - 2015

A New Locus for Hereditary FSGS on Chromosome 2p

ResearchCo-Mentor · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2009 - 2014

Renal Endothelin-1: Control of Sodium Excretion and Blood Pressure

ResearchMentor · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2012 - 2013

A Novel Mouse Model of Podocyte Injury

ResearchCollaborator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2009 - 2012

Characterization of TRPC6 As A Cause for Focal and Segmental Glomerulosclerosis

ResearchCollaborator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2006 - 2012

Angiotensin Receptor Genes and Blood Pressure Regulation

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 1997 - 2012

Genetic Determinants of Susceptibility to Kidney Disease in African Americans

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2009 - 2012

Angiogenic Signals in Diabetic Complications

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2006 - 2012

B-Arrestins and G Protein-Coupled Receptor Kinases in Cardiovascular Function

ResearchSignificant Contributor · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2002 - 2012

IPA - Natalia Makhanova

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by Durham Veterans Affairs Medical Center · 2010 - 2011

Pathophysiology of Renal Allograft Dysfunction

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 1988 - 2011

Genes That Regulate Progression of Kidney Disease and Its Cardiovascular Effects

ResearchConsultant · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2007 - 2009

Role of mPGES1 in Regulation of Kidney Function

FellowshipPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2006 - 2008

IPA - Galen Hoover

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by Veterans Adminsitration Medical Center · 2006 - 2008

Actions of Angiotensin II in Vascular Smooth Muscle

FellowshipPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2006 - 2008

Rac, Superoxide and Antioxidants in Hypertension

ResearchConsultant · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 1996 - 2007

Genes that Regulate Target Organ Damage in Hypertension

ResearchCo Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2001 - 2006

Duke-UNC-Stanford AMDC Unit

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2001 - 2006

Pathophysiology of renal allograft dysfunction

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 1988 - 2004

Pathophysiology of Renal Allograft Dysfunction

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 1988 - 2004

Same

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 1988 - 2004

Duke/NIDDK Functional Genomics Center

ResearchAdministrative Assistant · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2000 - 2003

same

Inst. Training Prgm or CMEPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 1995 - 2000

Duke Training Grant In Nephrology

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 1995 - 2000

same

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 1997 - 1999

Angiotensin Receptor Genes And Blood Pressure Regulation

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 1997 - 1999

Duke Training Grant In Nephrology

Inst. Training Prgm or CMEPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 1995 - 1999

External Relationships


  • Duke-NUS Medical School-Singapore
  • King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center
  • Singapore Health Services Pte Ltd (SingHealth), Singapore

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