Larry T Patterson

Larry T Patterson, M.D.

Clinical Associate Professor

Department: MD-PEDS-NEPHROLOGY
Business Phone: (352) 273-9180

About Larry T Patterson

Larry Patterson, MD, is board-certified in pediatrics and joined the UF department of pediatrics division of pediatric nephrology in 2018 as an associate professor. Dr. Patterson received his medical degree from the Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine followed by a pediatric residency at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Following his residency, he completed a fellowship in pediatric nephrology at the Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC, and then a research fellowship at the National Institutes of Health, where he was received a National Research Service Award. He cares for children with chronic kidney disease and his research is targeted toward developmental biology, specifically renal development.

Accomplishments

National Research Service Award
1992-1995 · NIH
Post-doctoral Research Fellowship
1990-1992 · National Kidney Foundation of the National Capital Area

Board Certifications

  • Pediatrics
    American Academy of Pediatrics

Clinical Profile

Specialties
  • Pediatrics
Subspecialties
  • Pediatric Nephrology
Areas of Interest
  • Chronic kidney disease

Publications

2021
Conversion to permanent vascular access is associated with improved markers of hemodialysis efficacy in children: Pediatric nephrology research consortium study.
Clinical nephrology. 96(5):270-280 [DOI] 10.5414/CN110455. [PMID] 34190683.
2011
Defining the genetic blueprint of kidney development.
Pediatric nephrology (Berlin, Germany). 26(9):1469-78 [DOI] 10.1007/s00467-011-1807-z. [PMID] 21336810.
2011
Microarrays and RNA-Seq identify molecular mechanisms driving the end of nephron production.
BMC developmental biology. 11 [DOI] 10.1186/1471-213X-11-15. [PMID] 21396121.
2010
A case of minimal change disease in a Fabry patient.
Pediatric nephrology (Berlin, Germany). 25(3):553-6 [DOI] 10.1007/s00467-009-1353-0. [PMID] 19876652.
2010
Microdissection of the gene expression codes driving nephrogenesis.
Organogenesis. 6(4):263-9 [DOI] 10.4161/org.6.4.12682. [PMID] 21220959.
2008
Atlas of gene expression in the developing kidney at microanatomic resolution.
Developmental cell. 15(5):781-91 [DOI] 10.1016/j.devcel.2008.09.007. [PMID] 19000842.
2007
Cessation of renal morphogenesis in mice.
Developmental biology. 310(2):379-87 [PMID] 17826763.
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2007
Laser capture-microarray analysis of Lim1 mutant kidney development.
Genesis (New York, N.Y. : 2000). 45(7):432-9 [PMID] 17610272.
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2007
Pygo1 and Pygo2 roles in Wnt signaling in mammalian kidney development.
BMC biology. 5 [PMID] 17425782.
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2007
pygopus 2 has a crucial, Wnt pathway-independent function in lens induction.
Development (Cambridge, England). 134(10):1873-85 [PMID] 17428831.
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2006
Comprehensive microarray analysis of Hoxa11/Hoxd11 mutant kidney development.
Developmental biology. 293(2):540-54 [PMID] 16581055.
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2005
Induction of renal tubular cell apoptosis in focal segmental glomerulosclerosis: roles of proteinuria and Fas-dependent pathways.
Journal of the American Society of Nephrology : JASN. 16(2):398-407 [PMID] 15601749.
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2004
Atlas of Hox gene expression in the developing kidney.
Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 229(4):771-9 [PMID] 15042701.
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2004
Microarray analysis of focal segmental glomerulosclerosis.
American journal of nephrology. 24(4):438-47 [PMID] 15308877.
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2004
Profiling gene expression in kidney development.
Nephron. Experimental nephrology. 98(4):e109-13 [PMID] 15627793.
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2003
A catalogue of gene expression in the developing kidney.
Kidney international. 64(5):1588-604 [PMID] 14531791.
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2003
Gene expression in early ischemic renal injury: clues towards pathogenesis, biomarker discovery, and novel therapeutics.
Molecular genetics and metabolism. 80(4):365-76 [PMID] 14654349.
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2003
Hox genes and kidney patterning.
Current opinion in nephrology and hypertension. 12(1):19-23 [PMID] 12496661.
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2002
Hoxa 11 is upstream of Integrin alpha8 expression in the developing kidney.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 99(12):8090-5 [PMID] 12060755.
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2002
Microarray analysis of novel cell lines representing two stages of metanephric mesenchyme differentiation.
Mechanisms of development. 112(1-2):219-32 [PMID] 11850199.
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2002
Microarray analysis of novel cell lines representing two stages of metanephric mesenchyme differentiation.
Mechanisms of development. 110(1-2):151-64 [PMID] 11744376.
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2001
Hoxa11 and Hoxd11 regulate branching morphogenesis of the ureteric bud in the developing kidney.
Development (Cambridge, England). 128(11):2153-61 [PMID] 11493536.
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1998
Differential expression and function of cadherin-6 during renal epithelium development.
Development (Cambridge, England). 125(5):803-12 [PMID] 9449663.
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1994
The regulation of kidney development: new insights from an old model.
Current opinion in genetics & development. 4(5):696-702 [PMID] 7849509.
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1993
Deregulation of Pax-2 expression in transgenic mice generates severe kidney abnormalities.
Nature. 362(6415):65-7 [PMID] 8383297.
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1993
Serum and urine soluble interleukin-2 receptor in idiopathic nephrotic syndrome.
Pediatric nephrology (Berlin, Germany). 7(5):523-8 [PMID] 8251314.
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Grants

Jul 2021 ACTIVE
Preserving Kidney Function in Children with Chronic Kidney Disease (PRESERVE)
Role: Project Manager
Funding: CHILDRENS HOSP PHILADELPHIA via PATIENT-CENTERED OUTCOMES RES INST

Education

Fellowship – Research
1992-1995 · NIH
Fellowship – Pediatric Nephrology
1987-1991 · Children's National Medical Center
Residency – Pediatrics
1984-1987 · Nationwide Children's Hospital
Medical School
1980-1984 · Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine

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