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Congratulations to Vivek Kasinath on his Promotion to Assistant Professor!

Congratulations! Vivek Kasinath was recently awarded an American Society of Nephrology Carl W. Gottschalk Research Scholar Grant for a project entitled “Nanotherapeutics for Renal Cell Carcinoma”

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to Martina McGrath on receiving the 2022 Innovation Evergreen Fund (IEF) award:  Safety of Finerenone in Renal Transplant Recipients.

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to Liwei Jiang on receiving the John Merrill Grant in Transplantation Transition to Independence Grant for her project “Microengineering Third Party Off-Shelf-Biological Skin Construct for Burn Patient.”

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to Janet (Jing) Zhao on receiving the American Society of Transplantation/Sanofi Basic Science Fellowship Research Grant for her proposal entitled “Nanodelivery of therapeutics to organs to improve transplant outcomes”.

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to Naoka Murakami on her promotion to Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School.

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to John Choi on receiving the ASN Foundation for Kidney Research 2021 KidneyCure John Merrill Grant in Transplantation Transition to Independence Grant for his project “Harnessing Regulatory CD8+ T Cells to Suppress Antibody-Mediated Rejection.

Congratulations to Jing (Janet) Zhao from Dr. Abdi’s lab for being chosen for a plenary presentation at ATC 2022!

Congratulations to Hengcheng Zhang from Dr. Sage’s lab for being chosen for an oral presentation at ATC 2022!

Congratulations to Zhabiz Solhjou from Dr. Azzi’s lab for her oral presentation at ATC 2022!

Congratulations to Jing (Janet) Zhao from Dr. Abdi’s lab for her plenary session presentation at ATC 2022!

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to Paolo Fiorino on on becoming a Professor of Endocrinology, University of Milan, Italy.

Congratulations   The Sage Lab was recently awarded an R01 grant to study how Humoral Immunoregulation alters allergic airway disease.

  Congratulations The Sage Lab has recently been awarded an R21 grant to study how B cell responses to SARS-CoV-2 vaccines are altered in contexts of preclinical aging.

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