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Pediatric Transplant Research

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Research overview


Physician-scientist Elizabeth Blume, MD, medical director of the Heart Transplant Program 

Each specialist within the Pediatric Transplant Center has at least two fields of expertise. One is providing compassionate care to families.  The other is learning more about the diseases and treatments that have brought them to Boston Children’s.

Meet our team of physician-scientists

Click the name of a specialist below to learn about their research or clinical work:

Transplantation Research Program

To maximize our potential to accelerate discovery and ultimately to improve care of transplant patients, the Department of Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital launched the Transplant Research Program. Our Transplant Research Program provides a rich environment for scientists and physicians to collaborate about matters related to transplantation and immunology. Visit our website to learn more about the researchers and the work being done.

The future of pediatrics will be forged by thinking differently, breaking paradigms and joining together in a shared vision of tackling the toughest challenges before us.”
- Sandra L. Fenwick, President and CEO