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USKCR Granted US Patent Press Release

BREAKING NEWS - US Kidney Research Corporation (USKRC) is the first in the world to produce synthetic urine (urine produced synthetically from an artificial device) using a new blood purifying technology that involves filtration and ion transport processes similar to the native kidney. Read Press Release

Communications Materials, one of the Nature family of journals, has published a scientific article entitled: Simulating nephron ion transport function using activated wafer electrodeionization by Dr. I. Kurtz and colleagues.
Simulating nephron ion transport function using activated wafer electrodeionization

Artificial Kidney Article by UCLA Heath. Click here

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Curion Research Corp (now US Kidney Research Corporation) a Winner of the KidneyX Redesign Dialysis Phase 1 Contest.

Washington D.C., April 2019 - Curion Research Corporation is chosen as an award winner of the KidneyX Redesign Dialysis contest based on its novel "waterless feedback/sensor controlled blood purifying technology”, a first in the industry. The award was presented by the US Dept. of Health and Human Services and the American Society of Nephrology. 15 companies out 165 entries were awarded in a ceremony held in Washington D.C.

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HHS and the American Society of Nephrology Award KidneyX Redesign Dialysis Phase 1 Winners

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Company Name Change

Our former Name, Curion Research Corporation, was recently changed to US Kidney Research Corporation. The name change was needed to create a solo identity, due to several other US businesses using the name Curion. 


In vivo testing is planned for mid to late summer 2019. Data resulting from testing will be evaluated and used to make any needed improvements in functionality, quality or safety.

Status -1st Animal Study Completed

              2nd Animal Study Completed 

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