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Carrie A. Schinstock, M.D., is a clinical and translational researcher focused on improving care for patients receiving kidney transplants. She is particularly interested in developing a therapy for chronic antibody-mediated rejection that leads to allograft failure.
As a clinical and translational researcher, Dr. Schinstock is working to better understand the processes of kidney disease and kidney transplantation with the goal of applying her findings to best serve patients in the clinical setting.
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