To inform kidney stones patients about their condition and empower them to take steps to prevent future stones from developing.
To continue to inform and provide pain relieving, and long term effective answers from those who suffer from kidney stones, gallstones, and other nephrology related conditions such as gout.
KidneyAtlas.org was founded as a not for profit website nearly 20 years ago by a passionate group of kidney researchers at various universities and clinical practices including University of Colorado School of Medicine. In 2015 the site was shifted from focusing on a nephrology research audience to helping educate the public and provide direct insights and a source for the latest breakthroughs.
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A surgeon at TRACC in Dallas Fort Worth, Dr. Freeman received her Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) in 2008 from UT Health San Antonio.
She was a fellow at the University of Michigan and completed a surgery residency at Lahey Hospital in Burlington Massachussets.
Dr. Freeman received her bachelor’s degree in Cell and Molecular Biology from The University of Texas at Austin in 2003.
A Radiologist at South Shore Health System, Dr. Colucci received his Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) in 2012 from the Boston University School of Medicine.
He completed his clinical residency and fellowship at Harvard Medical School, specializing in diagnostic radiology and neuroradiology.
Dr. Colucci received his bachelor’s degree in Biopsychology from Boston College in 2008.
A resident doctor at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth), Dr. Okirie received her Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) in 2018 from the Morehouse School of Medicine.
She completed her Master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences from the Morehouse School of Medicine in 2013.
Dr. Okirie received her bachelor’s degree in Biology from The University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2009.
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