At Houston Methodist, we have made great discoveries in the areas of transplantation research by aligning our laboratories and scientists with our state-of-the-art patient care activities. Our ￼research team focuses on improving successful transplant outcomes by exploring innovative ways to improve transplant health, reduce transplant rejection while concurrently discovering methods to help avoid life-long dependency on rejection-halting immunosuppressive drugs. We are also investigating new technologies for synthetic transplants in an effort to increase the number of organs available for transplantation. Our researchers are addressing transplant-related issues including graft injury and repair, stem cells and tissue regeneration, transplant rejection, tolerance-compatible immunosuppression and identification of biomarkers for rejection or tolerance. Our researchers are also actively involved in clinical trials to find new forms of immunosuppression, strategies for reducing complications and new ways to fight post-operative infection.
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