Advancements in lung transplants continue to prolong life in many people with advanced lung disease. Our researchers are working hard to better understand and prevent negative reactions to lung transplants.
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|Martinu, Tereza||IL-17A in Chronic Lung Allograft Rejection||Toronto General Hospital||Ontario||$50,000|
|Cypel, Marcelo||Measurement of Extravascular Lung Water to Predict Primary Graft Dysfunction and Outcomes Following Lung Transplant||University Health Network||Ontario||$48,038|
|Wai Chow, Chung||Syk Inhibitors: Role in Managementof Chronic Allograft Dysfunction following Lung Transplantation||University of Toronto||Ontario||$50,000|
|Juvet, Stephen||Targeting pulmonary CD103+ dendritic cells to prevent chronic lung allograft dysfunction||University of Toronto||Ontario||$48,586|
|Shargall, Yaron||The effect of perioperative Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug Naproxen on pleural effusions formation after lung resection||McMaster University||Ontario||$49,680|