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Every person is different and every transplant is different. Exciting new anti-rejection medications are being studied, as well as medications to improve the function of deceased donor kidneys. Results improve continually as physicians and scientists learn more about how the body deals with transplanted organs and search for ways to improve the success of transplantation.

At NewYork-Presbyterian's Weill Cornell Transplant Center—a part of the prestigious academic medical center at NewYorkPresbyterian—we are dedicated to performing research so that we can help to move the field of transplantation forward into the future.

As a patient at the NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Transplant Program, we will make you aware of any opportunities to take part in clinical research studies, both before and after transplant. Some studies follow your progress after transplant, while others study new medications to prevent rejection or improve the function of your kidney. We also have clinical research studies within the area of dialysis access.

Some studies we have been involved with include:

  • Study of new medications to improve kidney function after deceased donor kidney transplant
  • Clinical trials of new medications that suppress the immune system
  • Development of new noninvasive ways for diagnosing transplant rejection

Visit our clinical trials web page to see which clinical trials are currently active at Weill Cornell.

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