Grant Awards (2011) - Cycle XXV & XXVI

Grant Awards in April and November 2011

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Principal Investigator Project Title/Link
1. Grant Awards in Cycle XXV and XXVI  
1.1 Grant Awards in Cycle XXV  
Dr William Baldwin
Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, USA
Adiponectin, a Natural Anti-inflammatory Molecule, Decreases Heart Graft Rejection
Dr Daniel Chambers
University of Queensland, Chermside, Australia
Assessment of Airway Rejection in Lung Transplantation – No Longer B Grade?
Dr Xavier Forns
Fundació Clínic, Barcelona, Spain
Early Identification of Hepatitis C Recurrence after Liver Transplantation
Dr Joren Madsen
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, USA
Understanding How Immune Cells Reject Heart Transplants
Dr Olivia Martinez
Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, USA
Understanding the Cause of Malignancy in Transplant Recipients
Prof. Jane McKeating
University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK
Do HCV-Receptor Interactions Determine the Outcome of Liver Transplant?
Dr Bernhard Schmidt
Hannover Medical School, Hannover, Germany
Cardiovascular Risk in Children and Young Adults after Renal Transplantation
Dr Christian van Delden
University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
Dynamics of Bacterial Colonization after Lung Transplantation
1.2 Grant Awards in Cycle XXVI  
A. Prof. Christopher Barry
University of Rochester, Rochester, USA
MicroRNA Expression Predicts Liver Cancer Recurrence after Transplant
Prof. Irving Kron
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, USA
Improving Lung Transplantation Outcomes with Novel Reperfusion Methods
Prof. James McCluskey
University of Melbourne, Parkville, Australia
To Monitor the Mechanism and Tissue-specificity of Cross-reactive, Allogeneic T Cells
Prof. Nuala Mooney
INSERM, Paris, France
Regulation of Endothelial Cell Allogenicity by HLA Class II Alloantibodies
Dr Elmi Muller
University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa
Transplanting HIV-positive Kidneys into HIV-positive Recipients
Dr Emilio Poggio
Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, USA
Role of a Subtype of Memory T Cells in Immune Rejection of Transplanted Kidneys
Dr Banu Sis
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
Molecular Assessment of Liver Transplant Biopsies
Dr Chen Tan
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, USA
The Role of the Cellular Immune Response against BK Virus in Kidney Transplant Recipients
Dr He Xu
Emory University, Atlanta, USA
Differential Influence of Belatacept and Rapamycin Regimen on Allo- and Viral-specific Immunity in Renal Allografts

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