Webinar: Research highlights and impacts to lung transplant community

The Lung Transplant Foundation, in conjunction with Duke Health, presents Scott Palmer, MD, MHS, and Jamie Todd, MD from the Duke Lung Transplant Program for a presentation and conversation about lung transplant research and the impacts of the Lung Transplant Foundation’s generous grant to Duke.

During this informative webinar, we discussed the following topics:

  • State of lung transplant, clinical outcomes, and clinical volumes
  • The challenges associated with Chronic Lung Allograft Dysfunction (CLAD)
  • Updates on Duke lung transplant research on CLAD
  • Impacts of the bioinformatics grant from the Lung Transplant Foundation and synergies with additional funding through the NIH
  • Impacts of COVID-19 on lung transplant research and patient population


Jeffrey Goldstein

President & Founder
Lung Transplant Foundation

Scott Palmer, MD, MHS

Professor of Medicine, Immunology, and Population Health; Vice Chair for Research, Department of Medicine; Director, Medicine Therapeutic Area, Duke Clinical Research Institute; and Core Faculty in Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Duke University School of Medicine

Jamie L. Todd, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine and Member in the Duke Clinical Research Institute
Duke University School of Medicine


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