Transplantation Science Committee Awards 2016

Leslie B. Brent Award


for the most outstanding paper published in Transplantation in the field of Basic Science research

Dr. Takemoto

“Coaggregates of Regulatory T Cells and Islet Cells Allow Long-term Graft Survival in Liver Without Immunosuppression”
Transplantation. 99(5):942-947, May 2015.

Anthony P. Monaco Award


for the most outstanding paper published in Transplantation in the field of Translational Science research

Dr. Lucas

“Differences in Immunogenicity of HLA Antigens and the Impact of Cross-Reactivity on the Humoral Response.”
Transplantation. 99(1):77-85, January 2015.

Transplantation Science Committee Awards 2014

Leslie B. Brent Award


for the most outstanding paper published in Transplantation in the field of Basic Science research

Irene Kim

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, United States
“Anti-Interleukin 6 Receptor Antibodies Attenuate Antibody Recall Responses in a Mouse Model of Allosensitization”
Transplantation. 2014 Dec 27;98(12):1262-70

Anthony P. Monaco Award


for the most outstanding paper published in Transplantation in the field of Translational Science research

Eytan Breman

Celyad S.A., Belgium
“HLA Monomers as a Tool to Monitor Indirect Allorecognition”
Transplantation. 2014 Jun 15;97(11):1119-27.

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