Dr Eugenia Papakrivopoulou

Job title

Honorary consultant nephrologist and Wellcome Trust fellow



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Contact details

Phone number: 020 7905 2345/020 7830 2930

Email address: eugenia.papakrivopoulou@nhs.net/e.papakrivopoulou@ucl.ac.uk


Dr Papakrivopoulou is a clinician scientist with a special interest in nephrotic syndrome and adolescent transition medicine. 


  • Papakrivopoulou E, Dean CH, Copp AJ, Long DA. 2013. Planar cell polarity and the kidney. Nephrol Dial Transplant, Nov 28: Epub ahead of print.
  • Long DA, Kolatsi-Joannou M, Price KL, Dessapt-Baradez C, Huang JL, Papakrivopoulou E, Hubank M, Korstanje R, Gnudi L, Woolf AS. 2013. Albuminuria is associated with too few glomeruli and too much testosterone. Kidney Int; 83(6): 1118-29.
  • Papakrivopoulou E, Booth J, Pinney J, Davenport A. 2012. Comparison of volume status in asymptomatic haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis outpatients. Nephron Extra. Jan; 2(1):48-54. 
  • Papakrivopoulou J., Lillywhite S, Davenport A. 2012. Is N terminal probrain type natriuretic peptide a biomarker of fluid volume overload  in peritoneal dialysis patients? Neph Dial Transplant 27(1):396-401.  
  • Papakrivopoulou J., Yates LL., Long DA., Goggolidou P., Connolly JO., Woolf AS. and Dean CH. 2010. The planar cell polarity gene Vangl2 is required for mammalian kidney-branching morphogenesis and glomerular maturation.  Hum Mol Genetics; 19(23):4663-76
  • Papakrivopoulou J. and Unwin R. 2010. Glomerular Disease and the Nephrotic Syndrome in Understanding Medical Research: the studies that shaped medicine, ed: John A Goodfellow, Wiley-Blackwell.  
  • Papakrivopoulou J., Lindahl GE., Laurent GJ and Bishop JE. 2002. Differential roles of extracellular signal-regulated kinase ½ and p38MAPK in mechanical load-induced procollagne alpha1(I) gene expression in cardiac fibroblasts. 2004. Cardiovascular Res,61(4):736-741