AST Research Network/Gift of Life Faculty Development Clinical Science Research Grant Dr. Shaifali Sandal, MD McGill University Research Title: Identifying System-Level Barriers to Living Donor Kidney Transplantation: A Comparative Case Analysis AST Research Network/Bristol Myers Squibb Faculty Development Basic Science Research Grant Dr. Qing Ding, MD PhD University of Pittsburgh Research Title: The Regulatory Role of Plasma […]
AST Research Network/Sanofi Basic Science Fellowship Research Grant Arun Cumpelik, MD, PhD Mount Sinai School of Medicine Research Title: The Role of Decay Accelerating Factor (DAF) on Germinal Center B-Cells in Humoral Allo-immunity AST Research Network/Bristol-Myers Squibb Translational Science Faculty Development Research Grant Mamatha Bhat, MD, MSc, PhD, FRCPC University Health Network and University of […]
AST Faculty and Fellowship Grants $570,000 in grants were awarded in 2018. Ibrahim Batal, MD Columbia University Research Title: The Clinicopathologic Significance of Graft Dendritic Cells and Ischemia-reperfusion Injury in Kidney Allograft Inflammation and Outcome Matthew Kadatz, MD, FRCPC University of British Columbia Research Title: Removing cost as a barrier to performance of high-risk kidney transplants: […]
In 2017, the American Society of Transplantation (AST) and the Transplantation and Immunology Research Network (TIRN) facilitated providing $460,000 in research money to investigators in the field of transplantation. TIRN provides both career development grants for young investigators and research funding in specific areas along with outside organizations. AST TIRN/Astellas Clinical Science Faculty Development Research […]
In 2016, the AST Transplantation Immunology Research Network (TIRN) facilitated the allocation of over 1.3 million dollars in research funding to investigators in transplantation. In addition to the annual career development grants that AST has awarded for over 20 years, the AST TIRN has aligned with outside organizations to offer research funding in specific areas of study.