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About us

The Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute (STI) was established in 1985 as the University of Pittsburgh Transplantation Institute and renamed in 1996 in honor of Thomas E. Starzl, MD, PhD -...Learn more >

News & Events

Researchers at the Turnquist Lab Identify an Important Pathway Involving IL-33..... Learn more >
Khodor Abou Daya - 2020 Recipient of Innovation Grant Learn more >
Thomson and Tevar provide perspectives on Cell Therapy Trials in The Lancet Learn more >
Adriana Zeevi named Distinguished Service Professor Learn more >
STI investigators publish manuscript in Science on innate immune memory in transplantation Learn more >
Statistics Workshop for Transplant Researchers - Recordings Available Learn more >
Hossam Abdelsamed Publishes Manuscript in Nature Immunology Learn more >
Qing Ding - Recipient of AST/Bristol Myers Squibb Grant Learn more >
David Rothstein - 2020 Recipient of the AST Basic Science Established Investigator Award Learn more >
Cross-dressing drives Graft Rejection: Paper Published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation Learn more >
Two MSTP and PMI graduate students in the Starzl Transplantation Institute Receive F awards from the NIH Learn more >
Identical Twin Kidney Transplantation Paper Published in the American Journal of Transplantation Learn more >
Treg-inducing microparticles promote donor-specific tolerance in experimental vascularized composite allotransplantation Learn more >
Transplantation Biology Seminar Series Transplantation Biology Seminar Series is held on the second Friday of each month at Noon in the Biomedical Science Tower 15th Floor Conference Room beginning this academic year. Learn more >
Research in Progress Seminar Starzl Transplantation Institute Research in Progress Seminars are held monthly on Fridays at Noon in the Biomedical Science Tower 15th Floor Conference Room beginning this academic year. Learn more >