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The research program focuses on graft-versus-host disease, long-term follow-up, managing wellness, new clinical protocols and care delivery.
Researchers are developing 3-D surgical planning techniques, improving nerve regeneration after face transplant and studying social factors in face transplant.
Researchers are developing methods to improve nerve recovery and using regenerative medicine to develop reconstruction options that don't require immunosuppression.
HLA antibodies, surrogate endpoints, predicting rejection and immunosuppression strategies are under investigation by heart transplant researchers.
Researchers are studying antibody barriers, disease recurrence, living donors, long-term success and cardiovascular complications in kidney and pancreas transplant.
Research focus areas include bioartificial liver support, malignancy, living-donor transplant and stem cell therapy in liver transplantation.
Research focus areas in the Lung Transplant Research Program include improving HLA antibody testing and managing immunosuppression and lung rejection.
Researchers are examining ways stem cell therapy can be used to prevent organ failure, restore organ function after transplantation and regenerate damaged tissue.
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