Division Chief, Pediatric Nephrology
Department / Division
Pediatrics / Pediatrics-Nephrology
Durham, NC 27710
Glomerulonephritis, proteinuria, hematuria, urinary tract infections, electrolyte disorders, hypertension, renal transplantation, dialysis, Fanconi's syndrome
Dr. Foreman's research interests center on participating in multicenter clinical trials investigating new treatments for hypertension and renal disease.
This faculty member has no reported relationships with industry.
Tong, JE; Howell, DN; Foreman, JW. Drug-induced granulomatous interstitial nephritis in a pediatric patient. Pediatric Nephrology. 2007;22:306-309. (2007) Abstract
Otto, EA; Schermer, B; Obara, T; O'Toole, JF; Hiller, KS; Mueller, AM; Ruf, RG; Hoefele, J; Beekmann, F; Landau, D; Foreman, JW; Goodship, JA; Strachan, T; Kispert, A; Wolf, MT; Gagnadoux, MF; Nivet, H; Antignac, C; Walz, G; Drummond, IA; Benzing, T; Hildebrandt, F. Mutations in INVS encoding inversin cause nephronophthisis type 2, linking renal cystic disease to the function of primary cilia and left-right axis determination. Nature Genetics. 2003;34:413-420. (2003) Abstract
Wigfall, DR; Ware, RE; Burchinal, MR; Kinney, TR; Foreman, JW. Prevalence and clinical correlates of glomerulopathy in children with sickle cell disease. Journal of Pediatrics. 2000;136:749-753. (2000) Abstract
Robinson, LA; Howell, DN; Wigfall, DR; Foreman, JW. Appearance of immune complex glomerulonephritis following the onset of type I diabetes mellitus in a child. American Journal of Kidney Diseases. 1997;30:713-716. (1997) Abstract