Byron P. Croker MD, PhD

Byron P. Croker MD, PhD
Renal Pathology, Surgical Pathology
Unit Director: 
Renal Pathology
Administrative Contact:
Margo Kramer
Administrative Assistant

Byron P. Croker MD, PhD, is the primary renal pathologist for the University of Florida and is an expert on murine models of renal disease, particularly models of diabetic nephropathy and lupus nephritis. He has been an active collaborator in the area of glomerulonephritis, diabetic nephropathy, and acute and chronic renal failure. He is a member of the JDRF program and is also known for his clinical study of classification of transplant rejection and chronic allograft nephropathy.

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Dr. Croker's general areas of clinical interest include general anatomic and molecular pathology with particular emphasis in renal pathology. His research interests include immunopathology, transplantation and autoimmunity, pathogenetic studies of lupus nephritis, chronic nephropathy and treatment by viral gene therapy.

Pathology Team