Research

Research

Past Research

88 percent

of past AST grant recipients are still involved in transplantation

92 percent

of past AST grant recipients are still involved in research

82 percent

of past AST grant recipients say their AST grant had a significant impact on their career

33 percent

of recipients received an NIH K-series grant for the same project

received an NIH R01 for the same project

2019

Career Development Grants

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 Toronto 
Research Title: Immunosuppressants Increase Hepatic Lipogenesis through Alterations in the Intestinal Microbiome
AST Research Network Basic Science Fellowship Research Grant Taylor Coe, MD
Massachusetts General Hospital
Research Title: Role of IdeS in Depletion of IgG Reduce Antibody Mediated Graft  Damage in Non-Human Primate Liver Xenotransplantation 
AST Research Network Basic Science Fellowship Research Grant Kryscilla Yang, MD
Columbia University 
Research Title: T-cell Receptor Deep Sequencing To Distinquish Autoimmune Recurrence From Allograft Rejection in Liver Transplant Patients with Autoimmune Liver Disease