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Dr Aude Dorison

Dr Aude Dorison

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Role Senior Research Officer
Research area Stem Cell Medicine

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Available for student supervision
Dr Aude Dorison works within the Kidney Regeneration Laboratory led by Professor Melissa Little at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute (MCRI), The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne.

Aude attained her PhD from the University Pierre and Marie Curie in 2016 studying chronic and acute kidney disease at INSERM in Paris. She then joined the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, Sydney, in 2017 to work on endogenous cardiac stem cells and their behaviour after myocardial infarction. In 2019, she moved back to the kidney field joining the Little research group where she leads the Disease Modelling team focusing on using iPSC-derived kidney organoids to understand renal disease and look for potential therapeutic avenues.
Dr Aude Dorison works within the Kidney Regeneration Laboratory led by Professor Melissa Little at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute (MCRI), The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne.

Aude attained her PhD from the University Pierre and Marie...
Dr Aude Dorison works within the Kidney Regeneration Laboratory led by Professor Melissa Little at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute (MCRI), The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne.

Aude attained her PhD from the University Pierre and Marie Curie in 2016 studying chronic and acute kidney disease at INSERM in Paris. She then joined the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, Sydney, in 2017 to work on endogenous cardiac stem cells and their behaviour after myocardial infarction. In 2019, she moved back to the kidney field joining the Little research group where she leads the Disease Modelling team focusing on using iPSC-derived kidney organoids to understand renal disease and look for potential therapeutic avenues.

Top Publications

  • Dorison, A, Ghobrial, I, Graham, A, Peiris, T, Forbes, TA, See, M, Das, M, Saleem, MA, Quinlan, C, Lawlor, KT, et al. Kidney Organoids Generated Using an Allelic Series of NPHS2 Point Variants Reveal Distinct Intracellular Podocin Mistrafficking. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology 34(1) : 88 -109 2023
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  • Dorison, A, Forbes, TA, Little, MH. What can we learn from kidney organoids?. Kidney International 102(5) : 1013 -1029 2022
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  • Wilson, SB, Howden, SE, Vanslambrouck, JM, Dorison, A, Alquicira-Hernandez, J, Powell, JE, Little, MH. DevKidCC allows for robust classification and direct comparisons of kidney organoid datasets.. Genome Med 14(1) : 19 2022
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  • Djenoune, L, Tomar, R, Dorison, A, Ghobrial, I, Schenk, H, Hegermann, J, Beverly-Staggs, L, Hidalgo-Gonzalez, A, Little, MH, Drummond, IA. Autonomous Calcium Signaling in Human and Zebrafish Podocytes Controls Kidney Filtration Barrier Morphogenesis. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology 32(7) : 1697 -1712 2021
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  • Wilson, SB, Howden, SE, Vanslambrouck, JM, Dorison, A, Alquicira-Hernandez, J, Powell, JE, Little, MH. DevKidCC allows for robust classification and direct comparisons of kidney organoid datasets. 2021
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