Jason Collett

jacoll4's picture
  • Ph.D. Biology - University of Kentucky, 2014
  • Biology

University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky B.S. Biology, 2006


My research involves investigating the mechanisms of genetic hypertension.  In particular, I am interested in the interactions between the nuclear and mitochondrial genomes and it's potential role in the development of high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease.

Graduate Training
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky Ph.D. Biology, 2006-current
Selected Publications: 

Collett JA, Hart AK, Patterson E, Kretzer J, and Osborn JL. Renal angiotensin II type 1 receptor expression and associated hypertension in rats with minimal SHR nuclear genome. Physiological Reports 1: n/a-n/a, 2013.

PubMed Publications*: 
  • Mehrotra, P ;Collett, JA ;Gunst, SJ ;Basile, DP "Th17 cells contribute to pulmonary fibrosis and inflammation during chronic kidney disease progression after acute ischemia." American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology 314, 2 (2018): R265-R273. Details. Full text
  • Kolb, AL ;Corridon, PR ;Zhang, S ;Xu, W ;Witzmann, FA ;Collett, JA ;Rhodes, GJ ;Winfree, S ;Bready, D ;Pfeffenberger, ZJ ;Pomerantz, JM ;Hato, T ;Nagami, GT ;Molitoris, BA ;Basile, DP ;Atkinson, SJ ;Bacallao, RL "Exogenous Gene Transmission of Isocitrate Dehydrogenase 2 Mimics Ischemic Preconditioning Protection." Journal of the American Society of Nephrology : JASN 29, 4 (2018): 1154-1164. Details. Full text
  • Mehrotra, P ;Collett, JA ;McKinney, SD ;Stevens, J.;Ivancic, CM ;Basile, DP "IL-17 mediates neutrophil infiltration and renal fibrosis following recovery from ischemia reperfusion: compensatory role of natural killer cells in athymic rats." American journal of physiology. Renal physiology 312, 3 (2017): F385-F397. Details. Full text
  • Collett, JA ;Corridon, PR ;Mehrotra, P ;Kolb, AL ;Rhodes, GJ ;Miller, CA ;Molitoris, BA ;Pennington, JG ;Sandoval, RM ;Atkinson, SJ ;Campos-Bilderback, SB ;Basile, DP ;Bacallao, RL "Hydrodynamic Isotonic Fluid Delivery Ameliorates Moderate-to-Severe Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury in Rat Kidneys." Journal of the American Society of Nephrology : JASN 28, 7 (2017): 2081-2092. Details. Full text
  • Collett, JA ;Mehrotra, P ;Crone, A ;Shelley, WC ;Yoder, MC ;Basile, DP "Endothelial colony-forming cells ameliorate endothelial dysfunction via secreted factors following ischemia-reperfusion injury." American journal of physiology. Renal physiology 312, 5 (2017): F897-F907. Details. Full text
  • Collett, JA ;Traktuev, DO ;Mehrotra, P ;Crone, A ;Merfeld-Clauss, S ;March, KL ;Basile, DP "Human adipose stromal cell therapy improves survival and reduces renal inflammation and capillary rarefaction in acute kidney injury." Journal of cellular and molecular medicine 21, 7 (2017): 1420-1430. Details. Full text
  • Basile, DP ;Collett, JA ;Yoder, MC "Endothelial colony forming cells and proangiogenic cells: clarifying definitions and their potential role in mitigating acute kidney injury." Acta physiologica (Oxford, England) (2017): Details. Full text
  • Mehrotra, P ;Patel, JB ;Ivancic, CM ;Collett, JA ;Basile, DP "Th-17 cell activation in response to high salt following acute kidney injury is associated with progressive fibrosis and attenuated by AT-1R antagonism." Kidney international 88, 4 (2015): 776-84. Details.
  • Franklin, BM ;Xiang, L ;Collett, JA ;Rhoads, MK ;Osborn, JL "Open problem-based instruction impacts understanding of physiological concepts differently in undergraduate students." Advances in physiology education 39, 4 (2015): 327-34. Details. Full text
* Publications are automatically pulled from pubmed.gov based on a user-specific query. Results may include incorrect citations. See: Tutorial on improving PubMed results.
Awesome Science Blog
Enter your linkblue username.
Enter your linkblue password.
Secure Login

This login is SSL protected